Adlib is a Silver Sponsor at SPTechCon Boston 2011
- the largest independent SharePoint conference in the world for IT professionals, business managers, analysts, and developers.
I’m blogging from the show floor of DIA EDM 2011 - the Electronic Document Management event held by the Drug Information Association
- in windy and cool (but snow-less) National Harbor, Maryland. Held in the glamorous Gaylord National Convention Centre
(right) just outside of Washington, DC, the event kicked off today with a full contingent of vendors – many of the same faces along with some new ones such as Veeva Systems
(cloud-based business solutions for life sciences).
Adlib will be exhibiting at the Drug Information Association’s (DIA
) EDM event
Feb. 15 – 17th, 2011 at Booth #400. We’ll be well positioned between our partners – the Microsoft area and LORENZ Life Sciences
,the e-regulatory affairs experts. (We are included in the Microsoft Life Sciences Partners
guide at DIA EDM.)
Canada is lagging behind the US, Europe, and Japan in accepting electronic submissions for pharmaceutical companies. To help promote electronic submissions, Adlib has been participating in events sponsored by Lorenz Life Sciences Group
to help Canadian regulatory professionals understand and leverage the eCTD. The latest event was held on November 18 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
On November 18, 2010, Canadian regulatory affairs professionals – members of RAPS Southern BC
– will gather in Vancouver to network and share knowledge about regulatory publishing. Adlib will participate in this event by hosting a session about regulatory publishing.
These days there is lots of interest in the benefits, and challenges, of going electronic when it comes to submissions to Health Canada, as indicated by the turnout of more than 40 regulatory affairs professionals to an educational day-long workshop in Mississauga, Ontario today.