NY Metro Chapter 12th Annual Clinical Research Symposium

Starts:  Nov 5, 2020 05:00 PM (ET)
Ends:  Nov 6, 2020 03:45 PM (ET)

The New York Metropolitan Chapter of ACRP presents our:
12th Annual Clinical Research Symposium:

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Impacted the

Clinical Research Industry and

Will Continue to Do So Going Forward

Presented in two Virtual Sessions:

Session 1: Thursday, November 5, 2020  5:008:30 pm

Session 2: Friday November 6, 2020 12:003:45 pm

Program Description:

-19 pandemic has rapidly disrupted much of the clinical trial industry and key stakeholders have had to also adjust rapidly to the evolving landscape. We will offer an overview of the clinical trials that have started up to investigate ways to treat and prevent COVID-19 since the identification of the SARS-CoV-2. We will also look at how the pandemic has impacted the way clinical trials are now being conducted, from the site, sponsor and subject perspectives, and how regulations have, or should be, amended to adapt to the changing environment.

Upon completion of this symposium, attendees should be able to:

  1. describe the progress of COVID-19 treatment and vaccine clinical trials, and understand the process for bringing them to market;

  2. understand how the clinical research industry has been affected by the pandemic and how regulations have changed to meet the unique needs of the times;

  3. describe how COVID-19 has changed, and will continue to change, the way we conduct clinical trials.

Target Audience: All clinical research professionals.
Registration: NY Metro Chapter Members—$25 for one session, $40 for both sessions/Non-NYM Chapter Members—$35 for one session, $55 for both sessions

No refunds after
November 1st

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For more information, send us an email at nymetroacrp@gmail.com.

Contact hours: 3.0 contact hours have been applied for Session 1 and 3.5 contact hours have been applied for Session 2. Membership is not required for online registration of contact hours. To receive contact hours: Purchase the contact hours on the ACRP NY Metro Chapter website up to two weeks after the event. Once youve purchased the contact hours, and between 1 and 30 days after attending the program, go to https://acrp.digitellinc.com/ acrp/login or log in to your My Coursesto complete the evaluation.

Session 1: November 5, 2010

5:005:10 pm Welcome and Presidents Message (Halley Rogers)

5:10 6:00 pm Update on the Status of COVID-19 Treatment and Vaccine Trials (Christina Brennan)

6:057:00 pm How Will COVID-19 Change Regulations and Compliance? (Quincy Birdsong)

7:057:50 pm How Well Will Our Response to COVID-19 Transform Clinical Operations Long-Term? (Ken Getz)

7:558:25 pm The True Problem of COVID-19 Misinformation: How the Spread of Inaccurate Information Harms our Progress Toward New Therapies (Wenora Johnson)

8:258:30 pm Closing Remarks

Session 2: November 6, 2010

12:0012:05 pm Welcome and Opening Remarks

12:0512:50 pm COVID-19 Ethics: Looking at Scientific Data: Dissemination, Vaccine Development and Access to New Therapies Through an Ethical Lens (Alison Bateman-House)

12:551:40 pm Rare Disease Clinical Research: Impact of COVID-19 and Looking to the Future (Ali Smyth)

1:452:40 pm Bringing Studies Back Online After COVID-19 (Antoinette Frankum, Rosanne Petros)

2:453:40 pm How COVID-19 Has Taught Us to Streamline and Simplify Clinical Trial Processes (Alyson Roeding, Kent Thoelke)

3:403:45 pm Closing Remarks