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The Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) was founded in 2012 in response to the growing need for a global organization representative of the needs of clinical research sites globally. SCRS currently represents over 9,500 research sites in 47 countries. SCRS’ mission is to unify the voice of the global clinical research site community for site sustainability. SCRS is an active partner in industry-wide initiatives and dialogues focused on improving the clinical research enterprise.


Great conference.  Very substantive, speakers were willing to share real information – not just skimming the surface.  Attendees seemed eager to network and talk.
Molly G. HugginsPartnerHuggins & Zuiker, LLP


Managing Contracts and Payments in Clinical Research – Tips for Investigative Sites
Tuesday, Sep 10, 2019

CPT 101: An Introduction to the Common Protocol Template
Thursday, October 22, 2019 (12:00 PM-1:00 PM)

Is it What You Know, or Who You Know? Business Development For Research Sites
Tuesday, Nov 19, 2019


In collaboration with VirTrial SCRS surveyed 300+ site professionals to understand their awareness of DCTs & the associated challenges and solutions.

SCRS added a member benefit that will help. SITES: access the Virtual Trial Capable Training now! https://t.co/vtmZ97G7cD

Negotiating CTAs can be intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. This webinar December 4 will teach you the ins & outs of properly negotiating the major legal provisions of a CTA, & how to identify red flags so that you can negotiate like a pro! https://t.co/4UcllHf6GT

November's InFocus Newsletter is here. Click to read about this month's SCRS CEE Ambassador Symposium, an SCRS article excerpt on decentralized clinical trials, an update from @CTTI_Trials & the 4 tenets of recruitment according to @MichaelJFoxOrg: https://t.co/QHYBNWdcHF

In 2019, the Shared Investigator Platform (SIP) was upgraded with new features to make onboarding easier & more. This webinar Nov 26 will review these features & associated best practices to prepare for the increase in studies run via SIP in 2020. https://t.co/SaC6j8741g

Over 120 attendees from site, sponsor, CRO and solution provider orgs representing Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Germany, Ukraine, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic attended the SCRS CEE Ambassador Symposium today. Thank you to everyone who helped make the event an incredible success!

Incredible final sessions at the CEE Symposium, including a discussion regarding site selection in CEE, and a session on the value of decentralized clinical trials.

Note: SCRS offers access to training to conduct DCTs! Click here to access the training: https://t.co/49ddAxVx0N

Final CEE Symposium sessions:
3:10pm- becoming the site of choice for sponsors/CROs
4:00pm- GP4research discusses DCTs as a recruitment solution
4:30pm- LongTaal outlines clinical trial trends in CEE
5:00pm- Medical Center CMP shares how social media impacts patient communication

A part of site readiness to conduct Oncology trials is for sites to familiarize themselves with the logistical & regulatory considerations specific to this therapeutic area. - Radoslaw Jadczak, MD, Therapeutic Strategy Dir., Oncology, IQVIA

SCRS CEE Ambassador Symposium

At the CEE Ambassador Symposium: Lunch begins now! Join us again at 1:35pm to hear @IQVIA_global talk about site readiness to perform hematology & oncology clinical trials, and stay for a panel discussion on the related requirements at 2:05pm.

Sites are recognizing the value that technology brings to their administrative and financial workflows. -Kyle Cunningham, Chief Product Officer, Greenphire

SCRS Central & Eastern European Ambassador Symposium-Warsaw, Poland

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