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    Registration for Full Day & Morning Tutorials


    Exhibitor Registration8:00AM6:00PM

    Morning Tutorials8:30AM12:00PM

    Full Day Tutorials9:00AM5:00PM

    Registration for Afternoon Tutorials, Conference Attendees,

    and Speakers12:306:00PM

    Afternoon Tutorials1:004:30PM

    Sunday Professional Development Sessions


    MONDAYCISCRP Medical Heroes

    Appreciation Walk6:30AM

    1 Boathouse Row

    Registration Open7:00AM - 6:00PM

    Annual Meeting Orientation and Networking

    7:308:15AMRoom 104A

    Issue # 1 | JUNE 26, 2016PHILADELPHIA, PA


    Professional Development Opportunities on Sunday

    Kick off your DIA experience with todays short block of interactive programming hosted by DIAs Pro-fessional Development Track.

    Powerful Presentations takes place from 2:45-4PM, in Room 202AB.

    Then get ready for a week of connecting and mingling with Net-working: Its Personal - Understand-ing Yourself and Others to Maximize Personal Interaction, 4:15-5:30PM, Room 202AB. The session will be followed by an informal gathering at the Field House to practice your newly acquired networking skills.

    Welcome to Philadelphia and the DIA 2016 Annual Meeting. As you prepare for the week ahead, heres a closer look at whats new this year. Be sure to add these events to your agenda.

    Professional Development Sundays offerings include a short

    block of interactive programming host-ed by DIAs Professional Development Track. (See below for more informa-tion, open to all attendees.)

    Engage and Exchange Sessions Space is limited for the new En-

    gage and Exchange (E&E) Sessions, scheduled throughout the confer-ence. E&E Sessions will allow you to engage with your fellow attendees in a new, collaborative learning environ-ment for peer-to-peer networking and education. Exchange best practices and work with your fellow attendees

    Welcome to Philadelphia!DIAmond Sessions Start Tuesday

    to find solutions to common challeng-es that you can implement right away. Please check the DIA 2016 Global app and website for additional infor-mation.

    DIAmond SessionsHear from top thought leaders on

    global, interdisciplinary topics about the future of therapeutics, and how they affect you. Our DIAmond Sessions will bring together innovators from in-dustry, academia, and government agencies to discuss key concepts, and have a conversation on todays priori-ties. DIAmond Sessions will begin at 8AM on Tuesday and Wednesday and 9AM on Thursday.

    Tuesday, June 28Changing Cultures to Advance Pa-

    tient EngagementRoom 103ABCNext Generation Collaborations:

    Transforming the IndustryBallroom AInternational Regulatory Conver-

    gence, Collaboration, and Coopera-tionRoom 114

    Wednesday, June 29Europe and the US: Making Out-

    comes-Based Health Care PossibleRoom 114

    The Future of Big DataBallroom AValue-Based Health Care Decision

    Making: The Quest for Smarter Spend-ing Room 103ABC

    Thursday, June 30Protocol Development Is a Team

    SportRoom 103ABCEMA/FDA Question TimeRoom 114

    Innovation Row TourOn Tuesday, June 28, hear key

    leaders in the clinical and product development space showcase their health care products, services, and technologies in development and recently on the market to a panel of professors, business development professionals, and potential inves-tors. The session will take place from 12:00-1:45PM in Room 104A.

    Annual Meeting Orientation on MondayAttending the DIA Annual Meeting for the first time? We encourage

    you to attend the Annual Meeting Orientation and Networking Session to learn how to make the most of your time at the meeting, and meet fellow first timers. The session will be held from 7:30-8:15AM on Monday in Room 104A.

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    Accessing the DIA 2016 event: Sign in with the email address used to register for the conferenceUse the Reset Password link to set your password Once logged in, select DIA 2016

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    We ask all Annual Meeting speak-ers to please check in at the Speaker Registration Desk when you arrive at the Convention Center to pick up your name badge. Speaker registration will be open Sunday, 8:00 9:00AM for tutorial instructors, and 12:30 6:00PM for all other speakers. The Speaker Preparation Room will be open Sun-day, 7:00AM6:00PM; this is where you will confirm that your presentation has been properly uploaded.

    The Speaker Training Room (104A) is also available for you to practice your presentation alone or with your fel-low presenters. Please schedule your practice time when you check in at the Registration Desk. This Training Room will host a special Speaker Training

    Speaker Registration & PreparationSession, coaching on podium pre-sentation best practices, on Monday, 10:0010:30AM and 1:302:00PM.

    The Speaker Registration Desk, Speaker Preparation Room, and Speaker Training Room are all located in the Grand Hall Registration area.

    We ask all speakers to arrive at their assigned room 20 minutes before your sessions scheduled start time to confirm that the proper visual presen-tation is loaded on the session room computer. You cannot upload or edit your presentations in the session room; you may do so, however, in the Speaker Preparation Room. We also recommend that you carry an elec-tronic copy (via USB) of your presen-tation for backup purposes.

    The Medical Heroes Appreciation 5K returns on Monday, June 27 at 6:30AM. Visit the DIA registration area on Sunday to sign up.

    DIA recently announced a strategic focus on examining the current and future impact of patient engagement efforts on patients life goals, quality of life, and desired clinical outcomes.

    During DIA 2016, industry experts will discuss the importance of en-gaging patients in the health care continuum from research to drug de-velopment to access and articulate a path forward to high- value patient outcomes. The insights shared will provide an overview of patient-centric initiatives underway that are focused on meaningful patient involvement and collaboration with patients and the care community; discuss gen-eral patient engagement trends with respect to patient involvement through the research to care continuum; and examine the current and future impact of patient engagement efforts.

    Featured session chairs for these discussions include:

    Marc Boutin, CEO, National Health Council (NHC), will lead a session on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 28, Patient Involvement Today and Tomorrow: Whats in It for Pa-tients?, to provide an overview of initia-tives underway that are focused on meaningful patient involvement and make predictions on next steps for pa-tient outcomes. At NHC, Boutin works to bring together all segments of the health care community to provide a united voice for the more than 133 mil-lion people with chronic diseases and disabilities and their family caregivers.

    Dalvir Gill, CEO, TransCelerate Biopharma Inc., will chair a featured DIAmond session, Next Generation

    DIA Drives Patient Engagement Initiatives During Annual Meeting

    Collaborations: Transforming the Industry, on Tuesday, June 28, where hell lead a conversation about what is needed to shake up the current ecosystem and truly transform patient health.

    Kimberly McCleary, Director of Strategic Initiatives, FasterCures, A Center of the Milken Institute, will lead a DIAmond session, Changing Cultures to Advance Patient Engage-ment, on Tuesday, June 28. McCleary, joined by other featured panelists, will discuss reframing the challenges of cultural change to achieve the best outcomes for patients in the health care process; describe effective ap-proaches to incorporate patient focus; and discuss ways to meet challenges that may prevent a fully patient-fo-cused culture.

    We are thrilled to have these industry leaders speak at the global annual meeting, where we will provide a forum for sharing best practices, stimulating cooperation, and facilitat-ing a two-way dialogue across the entire global health care community to ultimately transform patient health, said Jonathan Commons, Senior Vice President of Marketing, DIA. Or-ganizations will come together and collaborate to advocate for the pa-tient voice and discuss future patient engagement efforts across the health care continuum.

    Underscoring DIAs focus on the patient voice, DIA 2016 will feature representatives from DIAs Patient Ad-vocate Fellowship Program. Individu-als from 20 organizations, including Barth Syndrome Foundation, Lupus Research Institute, and Cure PSP will attend the meeting and will be avail-able to share their perspectives. The DIA Patient Fellowship Program pro-vides eligible

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