Central Virginia Chapter: 2020 Annual Fall Symposium

Starts:  Nov 6, 2020 12:00 PM (ET)
Ends:  Nov 20, 2020 2:30 PM (ET)
Associated with  ACRP Central Virginia Chapter
2020 Annual Fall Symposium - Virtual

Speakers:
  • David Vulcano, Vice President, Research Compliance & Integrity, HCA Healthcare
  • John Horigan, Director, Human Research Protection Program, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Megan Singleton, JD, Associate Dean for Human Research Protection, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Office of Human Subjects Research
  • Elizabeth Weeks-Rowe, Principal Clinical Research Associate-SIA, PPD
  • Peggy Scott, Clinical Trials Recruitment and Outreach Specialist, University of Virginia Cancer Center
  • Kristin Miller, Comminuty Partnership, UVA iTHRIV
  • Priti Shah, Director of Clinical Research and Regulatory, InfraRedx, Inc.
  • Martin Chapman, President & CEO, INDOOR Biotechnologies Inc.
  • Jeff Pompeo, President and CEO, Caretaker Medical Corporation
  • Kirby Farrell, CEO, Locus Health 
 
Program Agenda:
November 6, 2020

Opening Remarks & Business Meeting
Christina Ludwick, ACRP Central Virginia Chapter President

12:00-1:15pm
Presentation Session: Training New Researchers
Elizabeth Weeks-Rowe, Principal CRA, PPD

1:15-2:30pm
Panel Discussion Session: Human Research Protection Programs & Practice Changes due to FDA Guidance on COVID-19
John Horigan, Director, Human Research Protection Program, Virginia Commonwealth University
Megan Singleton, JD, Associate Dean for Human Research Protection, Director of the Human Research Protection Program, Johns Hopkins Medicine

November 13, 2020
12:00-1:15pm
KEYNOTE Presentation Session: Plain English Description of Emerging Technology
David Vulcano, Vice President, Research Compliance & Integrity, HCA Healthcare

1:15-2:30pm
Presentation Session: Diversity in Clinical Trials
Peggy Scott, BSN, RN, OCN, Clinical Trials Recruitment and Outreach Specialist, Office for Clinical Research, University of Virginia Cancer Center
Kris Miller, Community Partnership, iTHRiV, University of Virginia

November 20, 2020
12:00-1:15pm
Presentation Session: Remote Monitoring a Medical Device Study
Priti Shah, Director of Clinical Research & Regulatory Infraredx, a Nipro Company,

1:15-2:30pm
Multi-Speaker Presentation Session: COVID Innovations Highlights local biotech contributions for COVID-19, speaking to companies directly involved in research innovation and collaborations.
Martin D. Chapman, PhD, President & CEO, Indoor Biotechnologies
Jeff Pompeo, President & CEO, Caretaker Medical
Kirby Farrell, CEO, Locus Health

Program Description:
Our traditional one-day event has been divided across three consecutive Fridays. Our agenda will include 6 sessions. Presentations and Panel Discussions will focus on the following topics:
Emerging Technology in Clinical Research
Training New Researchers
Remote Monitoring a Medical Device Study
Human Protection Programs Due to FDA Guidance on COVID-19
Diversity in Clinical Trials
Local Biotech COVID Innovations
A participant, if they attend all sessions, will earn up to 7.5 educational contact hours.

Upon completion of this Seminar, attendees should be able to:
  1. Describe different technologies that will have the greatest impact on the clinical trial workforce
  2. Create a structured and comprehensive new study coordinator training/onboarding process.
  3. Describe the implementation process for remote monitoring into the current clinical trial operations
  4. Discuss why diversity in subjects and workforce is important in clinical research
  5. Discuss how local Biotech companies rapidly met the needs of clinical research in response to COVID 19 pandemic
  6. Discuss the impacts FDA Guidance on COVID-19 had on IRBs as part of the Human Research Protection Program and how decisions were made as a result of the new guidance

Target Audience:

  • CRCs
  • CRAs
  • Investigators
  • Auditors
  • Project Managers
  • Regulatory Affairs/Compliance
  • Data Managers (Site, Sponsor, CRO)
  • Quality Assurance
  • Clinical Research Administrators

Registration and Contact Hour Cost:

Single Day Registration: (Register for November 6th, November 13th or November 20th

  • Chapter Members $10
  • ACRP Member Registration Only: $20 
  • ACRP Member Registration & Contact Hours: $35
  • Non Member Registration Only: $30
  • Non Member Registration & Contact Hours: $60 

Full Conference: (Register for the full conference here)

  • Chapter Members $25
  • ACRP Member Registration Only: $40
  • ACRP Member Registration & Contact Hours: $65 
  • Non Member Registration Only: $60
  • Non Member Registration & Contact Hours: $100 


Contact hours: 7.5 ACRP contact hours are approved for this event

Membership is not required for online registration of contact hours.

To receive contact hours: Purchase the contact hours, sign in at the event, and attend the program. Log on to the ACRP website to complete the evaluation no later than 30 days following the event and obtain the online certificate.

Refund Policy: Not applicable

Location

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Contact

Brooke Chenault
804-218-4775
chenault11@yahoo.com