Our very own Clinical Trials Manager, Deborah Rosenfelder, will share her expertise at the ACRP 2015 Global Conference this Saturday, April 25th, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She will be speaking on the panel, “Walk the Talk: Implementing Risk-Based Monitoring,” with Marilyn Cassell, Project Manager at Biomet Orthopedics, and Valerie Willetts, Manager, Clinical Operations at PAREXEL International.
Deborah has shared her more than 20 years of expertise in cardiology and drug and device research as a co-author of the Clinipace eBook, “Key Issues in Clinical Development for Interventional Cardiovascular Devices” and co-presenter of the related webinar, “5 Steps to Success for Your Cardiovascular Medical Device Trial.”
The ACRP panel discussion will be focused on translating theory into practice. Attendees will learn methods for applying risk-based theories to their own projects as panelists review case studies where risk-based methodology has been applied. The panel will explore ways in which actual studies have applied risk-based methodology, and how studies have used tools/templates to implement a risk-based monitoring strategy and optimize individual site performance.
This panel is targeted to coordinators/site coordinators (CRCs), monitors (CRAs), principal investigators, research nurses and site management personnel. In addition, audience participation will be encouraged throughout the session with the use of smart phone technology.
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) Global Conference & Exhibition is the largest annual clinical research conference solely focused on the conduct of clinical trials. The conference provides clinical research professionals with more than 100 educational sessions addressing more than a dozen topics critical to the clinical research process, and provides many opportunities for networking with other clinical research professionals. To learn more or register, visit the their website.
Leave us a comment if you plan to be in attendance at the ACRP Global Conference. We would love to connect you with Deborah to learn more about how you can apply risk-based monitoring to your clinical development.