New Year’s Resolutions: Pressing the Restart Button on Quality
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Start your new year off right with a resolution to improve the quality delivery in your clinical trials! Delivery includes providing quality metrics and meeting patient recruitment expectations. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), more than 80% of clinical trials in the United States fail to meet their patient recruitment timelines. Learn how the use of protocol checklist, study selection decision making and other technology aides can help your site to improve their quality delivery.
- Understand what comprises quality
- Learn the value of technology in aiding patient engagement
- Comprehend the impact efficiency has on the site’s overall performance
Susan C. Stansfield, PhD
Executive Vice President
Site Centricity Unit
Susan C. Stansfield, PhD is Executive Vice-President, Site Centricity Unit within Clinical Division of inVentiv Health. Sue has spent 30 years in the Pharma and CRO industries having worked for Welcome Research Foundation, Janssen, Parke-Davies, Quintiles, PPD, PRA and Premier Research before joining inVentiv Health in 2013. At inVentiv Health, Sue provides global leadership for Site Centricity Unit across 4 regions. Site Centricity Unit represents the umbrella organisation that consolidates all aspects impacting site relationships during, and beyond, the study start-up phase. The objective of the organization is to accelerate the process from site selection to activation and to develop and maintain exceptional relationships with sites.
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