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trial design and evidence in digital health

december 8th, 3-5 pm (CET)

Digital health technologies are not exempt from regulatory requirements but developing an evidence base and adhering to regulations can be more challenging for such technologies. From dealing with regulators who are trying to keep up with the evolution of this field, to the challenges of patient engagement, remote data collection and AI analysis, we will explore the intricacies of trial design in digital health.

 

 

Our monthly DHV-Networking events attract a rounded, high quality, international delegation and cover key themes in digital health.  DHV-NET creates a professional and relaxed environment to enhance learning and networking, scoring an average of 90% from delegates for "how useful" and 92% for "how engaging".  

 

We welcome experts and decision makers from all types of organisations. Please register your interest on the Linkedin event site and we will then send you registration details. We welcome non-members, offering one free ticket per season, such that everyone can be involved. If you'd like to be a regular delegate, please ask about DHV-NET membership.

Building evidence of safety and efficacy in the field of digital health has posed new challenges for developers and regulators alike.  In this session, we'll take a different approach to our usual format:  Delegates can submit questions to our expert panel during the registration process. We'll endevour to deliver a quick fire round of Q&A as well as our usual, more considered discussion.

This will be a highly interactive event based on DHV-NET's unique format and aims to provide an understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with trial design and evidence building through expert interviews and by connecting you to leaders and experts in their field.

featuring guest speakers

 

Lucia Cesnakova

Nicola Wall

Greer Deal

upcoming events

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annual strategic review

january 2023

The pandemic accelerated the development and adoption of digital health but investment has fallen and the economic outlook is uncertain. Join our expert speakers and a senior, international audience for a review of digital health in 2022 and strategic consideration for 2023.  Network and learn with your peers in this extended session at this critical juncture in global digital health.