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

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  • Opportunity to submit questions to expert panelists
  • IACET Continuing Education Units
  • Available preloaded PowerPoint presentations
  • Six months' unlimited access to all 300+ sessions captured in digital audio with synchronized slides, handouts, and bios via the Live Learning Center
  • All for the member price of $1275

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    • Access to 27 live webinars
    • Opportunity to submit questions to expert panelists
    • IACET Continuing Education Units
    • Thirty-day access to all 27 webinars in a synchronized PowerPoint and audio format 24 hours after the live broadcast
    • All for $695

    "Thanks to online communication and training, our 45th Annual Meeting Online delivers live online content to those who cannot attend the event in San Diego," explains Marie Dray, President of the DIA Board of Directors. "We look forward to an even more robust online component to the 2010 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C."

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