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Drug Information Association Launches New 45th Annual Meeting Online
Date:5/28/2009

The Drug Information Association (DIA) today announced its new 45th Annual Meeting Online. For the first time ever, DIA now offers live online content from its Annual Meeting.

Horsham, PA (Vocus) May 28, 2009 -- The Drug Information Association (DIA) today announced its new 45th Annual Meeting Online. For the first time ever, DIA now offers live online content from its Annual Meeting.

The 45th Annual Meeting Online includes access to 27 sessions broadcast live from the Annual Meeting. The 27 webinars were selected from a representative sample of session topics including clinical research, regulatory affairs, safety and eClinical/technology, electronic regulatory submissions and document management.

"The 45th Annual Meeting Online product is an important step in our continued efforts to showcase the Annual Meeting's world-class educational opportunities to a global audience," explains William Brassington, DIA Acting Executive Director. "Now, regardless of your location you can still experience all the benefits of the DIA Annual Meeting."

Registrants can choose from one of two options:
Option 1: Twenty-seven Webinars and the DIA Live Learning Center (LLC)

 
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