EU Webinar: De-mystifying CAPA for Research Sites – From Theoretical and Complex to Practical and Actionable
$79.00 (Non-Member Price)
$0.00 (SCRS members – Included as member benefit, no additional cost)
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:
- Why it’s important;
- Why we are paying more attention to it;
- What’s involved with it; and
- What, where, when and how to apply the principles.
Participants will learn a simple framework for putting CAPA into practice, and why CAPA is a valuable ally in the quest for continued quality improvement of trial execution.
At the end of the session the participants should be able to:
- Explain the concepts and terms of CAPA in a simple fashion;
- List the 7 steps of a “formal” CAPA process;
- Describe the important elements to adopt and apply regardless of what language is being used.
Beth Harper, MS, MBA
Clinical Performance Partners, Inc.
Beth Harper is the President of Clinical Performance Partners, Inc. a clinical research consulting firm specializing in enrollment and site performance management. Beth is also serving as the Workforce Innovation Officer for the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP). She has passionately pursued solutions for optimizing clinical trials and educating clinical research professionals for over three decades. Beth is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the George Washington University who has published and presented extensively in the areas of protocol optimization, study feasibility, site selection, patient recruitment and sponsor-site relationship management. Beth is currently serving on the CISCRP Advisory Board as well as the Clinical Leader Editorial Advisory Board among other industry volunteer activities. Beth received her B. S. in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas.
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