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The importance of investigator meetings cannot be overstated. The success—or failure—of these meetings directly affects a pharmaceutical company’s ability to collect accurate data that clearly indicate the safety and efficacy of a drug. They also tend to be pretty boring. Here are some ways you can make them more engaging—and more effective.

Secrets of a Successful Investigator Meeting

Investigator meetings are notorious for being boring, PowerPoint-heavy events. Here’s how you can make them more effective with better engagement techniques.

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