The only event that examines clinical quality on an international level

Expect to be engaged, educated and inspired during this two-day virtual experience. Through presentations, panels, interactive discussions and video roundtables, you’ll leave this virtual experience feeling connected to your peers and educated on where we stand as an industry, as we continue to identify, manage and optimize clinical risk during a global pandemic.

Previously called the European Clinical Quality Risk Management Forum which would annually take place in London, this is the 5th year we’ve run this event and with the broader global reach of a virtual event, we’ve changed the name to articulate the expanded scope. During this live virtual experience, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with your peers and engage with our expert speaking faculty. Leave the event with a robust knowledge on where we stand as an industry and an understanding of the path forward. If you can’t make the live dates of the conference, still register, you can view on-demand at your leisure.

We look forward to connecting with you April 7-8, 2021.
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Five Reasons to Attend the Global Clinical Quality Congress

reason 1
This Isn’t Our First Rodeo

We offer a suite of clinical quality events and have hundreds of virtual events under our belt.

reason 2
Content is Relevant and Current

Leveraging our CQO community and analytics from our Fierce publications, we are confident in our content.

reason 3
Best in Class Speaking Faculty

David Fryrear has chaired this event since its inception, this is his fifth year! Need we say more?

reason 4
Enjoy the Education at Your Own Pace

Pick the sessions most relevant for you and the remaining session content is available on-demand.

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Engagement and Education

We'll keep you updated on new resources, in person/virtual conferences, trainings, jobs, news and more…

Who Needs to Be Here?

Quality is woven through all areas of clinical research, so although this is a clinical quality event, it is relevant for anyone working in the clinical space. This includes, of course, clinical quality, compliance and auditing, but also clinical operations and research, as well as such departments as clinical data management, monitoring, vendor management, training and records. A strong culture of quality is something that should be intertwined throughout the organization, so really all clinical roles are responsible for quality. Be a champion of your company’s culture of quality by attending this event.