This fall’s Onsemble Conference is rapidly approaching, and we are preparing to bring the conference to our customer community in a virtual format. Even with the digital shift, we will still provide the same opportunities to network and connect with peers, all while learning about the latest trends in the clinical research industry. Below are just a few reasons why you should attend the Onsemble Conference this year.
Learn from Fellow Community Members
The Onsemble Conference is designed for community members by community members, and this meeting is no different. Many of our presenters come from research sites, discussing best practices, sharing successes, and highlighting how their institutions have adapted to remote processes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sessions will be engaging and interactive, allowing for Q&A following each presentation.
Regardless of which sessions you attend, presenters will discuss how they leverage Advarra technology solutions to conduct day-to-day tasks or to adopt new and improved workflows for their organization. These sessions will give you an opportunity to evaluate how your institution is utilizing Advarra technology solutions, and give ideas on how to utilize each solution to its fullest potential.
Earn CEUs from Sessions
Each of our 10 breakout sessions include an opportunity to obtain continuing education units through ACRP, California Board of Nursing, and SOCRA. Attendees can participate in sessions and earn CEUs from sessions in the following focus areas:
- Executive/CTO Leadership
Network with Industry Professionals
In addition to breakout sessions, attendees can also enjoy two social hours during the conference, connecting with industry peers from the comfort of their own homes. Following Thursday’s sessions, attendees are invited to participate in Talk to the Experts: a virtual event featuring key Advarra products and services. Meet with the Advarra team members you interact with on a daily basis or learn from others who utilize the same product or service. We created these virtual events to foster collaboration and communication among institutions, especially important as sites are looking to reopen and resume research during the COVID-19 pandemic.