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MAGI's Clinical Research Conference - 2020 West
San Francisco, California - November 15-18
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MAGI's Clinical Research Conference in Philadelphia - 2020 East has been suspended.  Check back here for updates.

MAGI conferences include 100+ sessions and workshops in six tracks that offer practical information on clinical operations & project management, site management, contracts, budgets & billing, regulatory compliance, and special topics. Earn 22+ CME, CNE, CLE, CCB and other credits.  99%+ attendee satisfaction means we can offer our unique money-back satisfaction guarantee. Learn more. To register for MAGI's Clinical Research Conference in San Francisco, November 15-18, 2020, click the button below.

About MAGI
Model Agreements & Guidelines International (MAGI) is streamlining clinical research by standardizing best practices for clinical operations, business and regulatory compliance. "MAGI" is pronounced with "G" as in Georgia and "I" as in Ireland. Hear MAGI pronounced

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Our 10,000+ members represent most of the major players in the industry. Membership is free. Members obtain discounts on MAGI conference registration, a free subscription to the Journal of Clinical Research Best Practices, and free access to the MAGI CTA Template and and over 150 other forms, checklists and other standards. Membership is individual, not organizational.

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MAGI is a voluntary organization, operated by WCG, a company that delivers transformational solutions that stimulate growth, foster compliance, and maximize efficiency for those who perform clinical trials. Norman M. Goldfarb is MAGI's founder and chairman. To view articles and other information about MAGI, click here.