Addressing the Challenges of New Technology and Changing Demographics in Clinical Trials
Mark Newman, Research Scientist, Atrium Health
Angela Gills Nelms, COO, Florence HS
Tyler Guthrie, Director Scientific Affairs & Data Management, Actigraph
Kimberly Welsh, Research Coordinator, Atrium Health
Tami Guerrier, Research Manager, Atrium Health
Program Description: This all-day program will provide practical solutions to the challenges faced by sites, monitors, patients, sponsors, IRBs, institutions and investigators.
As more trials incorporate new technology, how can we best educate subjects, ensure compliance and maintain data integrity with changes in demographics and expansion of longitudinal trials?
Upon completion of this Seminar, attendees should be able to:
- Discuss methodological challenges and considerations when wearable devices are part of a research investigation
- Describe the incorporation of wearable devices in clinical trials
- Describe importance of complete data collection and provide strategies to prevent/minimize loss to follow up.
- Describe best practices for establishing remote monitoring and oversight plans
- Project Managers
- Regulatory Affairs/Compliance
- Data Managers (Site, Sponsor, CRO)
- Medical Monitor
- Medical Officer
- Project Physician
- Quality Assurance
- Clinical Research Administrators
- $125 Chapter and ACRP Members
- $150 Non-Members
- Free for UNC Charlotte students
6.0 ACRP contact hours have been approved for this presentation.
Membership is not required for online registration of contact hours.
To receive contact hours:
Purchase the contact hours at https://bit.ly/2IM326U, sign in at the event, and attend the program.
Log on to the ACRP website then “ Learning Portal” to complete the evaluation no later than 30 days following the event and obtain the online certificate.
Contact Hour Cost:
- $0 Chapter Members
- $35 ACRP Members
- $50 Non-Members
Refund Policy: Not applicable
Level: Not specified