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INC Research Invites DIA Attendees to Join Them for Event

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INC Research invites DIA attendees to join them at the DIA Innovation Theater today at 1-2 pm, and will feature "Organizing for Change…Lessons Learned in Preparing a Global Organization for Innovation.” This event will address the growing pressure for the industry to reduce development costs and ensure better outcomes from clinical trials. If the necessary strategic innovations are identified and drive technological and organizational changes, these pressures can be translated into opportunities. John A. Whitaker, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Clinical Innovation and Kari Delahunty, Senior Director, Corporate Strategy will highlight key elements in delivering innovation through successful organizational change.

INC Research will also be highlighting its recent news on becoming a Global Impact Partner with the Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS). As part of its ongoing commitment to strengthen site relationships globally, INC Research is hosting a private reception and networking event for site investigators on Tuesday, June 17, from 6 to 9 p.m. As a , INC is broadening its relationships with sites even further in an effort to gain insights into how the industry can improve the quality and depth of support that sites receive. INC Research CEO Jamie Macdonald and COO Alistair Macdonald along with SCRS President Christine Pierre will be on-site to meet with site investigators and discuss ways to work better together. For more information on this event, interested sites should visit Booth #1313.

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