Combating Increasing Complexity of Clinical Trial Data with Expanded Skill Sets and More Teamwork

When:  Feb 7, 2022 from 05:15 PM to 07:00 PM (MT)
Associated with  ACRP Front Range Chapter

The number of data sources in clinical trials is increasing and the data coming from those sources are more complex than ever. According to a recent Tufts study, there has been a 20% reduction in EDC as the single source of clinical trials data. What does that mean for the future of data handling and interpretation? It is a broad problem that touches many more areas than just traditional clinical data management. This session will address how skillsets across multiple clinical research disciplines including bioinformatics, statistics, project management, and clinical operations will need to broaden and discuss why greater teamwork, cross-functional collaboration, and minimization of organizational silos are needed.

This presentation is a replay from the ACRP Online Conference Library

Speakers:  Heather Kopetskie, MS, Senior Biostatistician, RHO          
                   Derek Lawrence, OSL, Clinical Data Management, RHO
                   Rachel Berry, RN, MSN, Senior Director, Operations, RHO

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