Everyone Matters: Creating Solutions in DE&I for Improving Research and Clinical Trial Outcomes


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Wednesday, September 21, 2022 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM   Add to Calendar Eastern Standard Time

There is a critical need for promotion and improvement of clinical trial diversity, equity & inclusion (DE&I). This need can be addressed by people taking action; working to increase representation of underserved and unrepresented communities in research and clinical trials, striving to accurately reflect the real-world use population. Increasing understanding of how research and clinical study findings translate into the real world is a critically important challenge in public health. Overcoming this challenge requires innovation and broadening access for physicians, patients and researchers. Failure to make improvements can result in conclusions from clinical trials which further healthcare inequities. Part one of a three part series, in a collaboration between the Women in Science, Career Transformations and Women of Color affinity groups, we present our esteemed panelists and moderators who will be sharing their own personal and professional experiences that led them to take action in this important field. They are diverse women and men in science, who are changemakers and leaders in the pharmaceutical, contract research organization and healthcare industries. Please join us for what will be an insightful, engaging and educational event, where the sense of community is undeniable!

HBA Global presents

Everyone Matters: Creating Solutions in DE&I for Improving Research and Clinical Trial Outcomes


Date and time
Wednesday, 21 September
05:00PM - 06:30PM EST
Location
Zoom

Event Contact
Johanna Hoyos
Competencies
11. Fosters innovation
Event Sponsor

There is a critical need for promotion and improvement of clinical trial diversity, equity & inclusion (DE&I). This need can be addressed by people taking action; working to increase representation of underserved and unrepresented communities in research and clinical trials, striving to accurately reflect the real-world use population.

Increasing understanding of how research and clinical study findings translate into the real world is a critically important challenge in public health. Overcoming this challenge requires innovation and broadening access for physicians, patients and researchers. Failure to make improvements can result in conclusions from clinical trials which further healthcare inequities.

Part one of a three part series, HBA Global Women in Science (WIS) in collaboration with the Career Transformations and Women of Color Affinity Groups and sponsored by CSL presents: our esteemed panelists and moderators who will be sharing their own personal and professional experiences that led them to take action in this important field. They are diverse women and men in science, who are changemakers and leaders in the pharmaceutical, contract research organization and healthcare industries. Please join us for what will be an insightful, engaging and educational event, where the sense of community is undeniable!

Interested in continuing the conversation with the speakers and your peers? Join us for two networking events to dive deeper into this discussion:

1. Let's Get Personal on the DE&I Gap While Networking - Session 1
28 Sept at 5pm ET
Register here.

2. Let's Get Personal on the DE&I Gap While Networking - Session 2
5 Oct at 5pm ET
Register here.

Find more information on the Women in Science Affinity Group, Women of Color Affinity Group, and Career Transformations Affinity Group on the HBA website. As an HBA member, you have the exclusive opportunity to join as many affinity groups as you like.

Agenda 
5:00 - 5:15 PM Introductions
5:15 - 5:45 PM Panelist Discussion
5:45 - 6:25 PM Q&A
6:25 - 6:30 PM Event Wrap Up

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA Members and Nonmembers

Cancellations/refunds
This event is refundable, requests must be submitted in writing to events@hbanet.org by 18 September 2022

Featured Speakers

Melaina  Boyce
Head of In Country Clinical Operations, Americas
EMD Serono, Inc.
Adama  Ibrahim

Novo Nordisk Research Center Seattle, Inc.
Shabnam  Kazmi
CEO
Asellus Ventures
Aman  Khera
Vice President, Global Head of Regulatory Strategy
Worldwide Clinical Trials
Kristi  Mitchell
Founder and CEO, Health Equity Outcomes, Biosketch-2021
Danielle  Mitchell
CEO and Founder, Black Women in Clinical Research
Marlenie  Moodie
Manager of Regional Feasibilty Network
Parexel
Dan  Sfera
The Clinical Trials Guru
Brandy  Starks
Founder
Clinical Trials in Color Foundation
kirk  taylor
Senior VP, Regional Medical Affairs, North America and Board Leader
EMD Serono, Inc.
Kendal  Whitlock
Head of Digital Optimization, RWE Clinical Trials
Walgreens Boots Alliance
Learning Objectives
After participating in this program, you will be able to promote diversity in research and clinical trials.
After participating in this program, you will be able to educate others on how DE&I impact research and clinical trials.

Registration information

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Registration: Regular Registration

 Member$10.00
 Member - Euro€8.00
 Non-Member$20.00
 Non-Member - Euro€17.00
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Registration: Sponsor Employee Registration

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 Member - Euro€8.00
 Non-Member$10.00
 Non-Member - Euro€8.00

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