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Good Clinical Practices (GCP)

Webinar Series/Good Clinical Practices (GCP)

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Ask any clinical research professional what CAPA is and you will likely get a wide variety of responses and interpretations. This creates untold confusion in our industry and leaves many equating CAPA with a negative connotation. In this session we will break down what CAPA is all about.Continue reading…

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Sites consistently strive to get, and stay on, the radar of sponsors and CROs for site selection. Improving this process is a goal of all sites regardless of their size and experience, but it can feel like a mysterious process to manage. Deirdre BeVard will bring her experience and insights from both the sponsor and site perspective to help bridge the gap in expectations and tips for how to overcome them.Continue reading…

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Small sites often have bottom lines that don’t allow for expensive and redundant training for their research staff. In this discussion you will learn about the general industry training requirements, and frugal resources to utilize when training your staff. Best practices will be shared to support sites in providing high-quality training at a reasonable cost.Continue reading…

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In this webinar you will learn how to think differently and strategically to ensure your site remains front and center in clinical site operations, recruitment and compliance. Key items discussed will include business development, centralized services, patient engagement, and risk-based quality management from the site perspective.Continue reading…

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Is your site eConsent ready? As more study sponsors prefer to work with sites that are ready to consent with electronic informed consent (eIC) forms and solutions, this webinar will focus on best practices that ensure compliance and operational inefficiencies. Find out how to prepare your site to be ready regardless of the eConsent solution or vendor.Continue reading…

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Life sciences companies must cater to two conflicting agendas when it comes to clinical data management. First, they must manage the requirements of clinical trials and share the results rapidly. Second, they have to ensure that all the patients’ results align with their long-term personal medical records.Continue reading…