EU General Data Protection Regulation Training Webinar by Accelsior’s Legal expert
GDPR Primer - ACDM Training Webinar
• Organizer: Association For Clinical Data Management (ACDM) Training Committee
• Speaker: Victor Paul Neamt
• Date: Wednesday 31 January, 2018
• Time: 12:00 – 13:30 GMT (Duration: 90 minutes)
• Venue: Webinar via GoToMeeting
Join this ACMD webinar and learn from Accelsior’s legal expert about how organizations - conducting clinical trials - must control and process EU residents' personal data based on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become effective in 2018 in all EU Member States.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will implement in all EU Member Countries on May 25th, 2018. This webinar - to be held on 31 January, 2018 - provides an overview of the background of GDPR, essential terminology and implications for professionals conducting clinical trials. In addition, the session will focus on roles and responsibilities of Sponsors, CROs and technology vendors in the successful implementation of GDPR compliance.
This webinar organized by the Training Committee of Association for Clinical Data Management (ACDM) is aimed at Data Managers, Project Managers, Clinical Research Associates, Physicians, Medical Writers, Quality Assurance personnel and Statisticians.
About the speaker:
Victor Paul Neamt is a qualified Romanian lawyer specialized in European law, with several years’ experience providing legal support for clinical trials and practical knowledge of the challenges faced when implementing the GDPR in the field of clinical research.
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Participation for 1 - 15 delegates is £175 plus VAT and participation for 16 - 50 delegates is £275 + VAT per location (Prices differ for non-members).
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