Greater Salt Lake Chapter: COVID Trials Rapid Study Startup in Under Two Weeks: How Did We Do It?

When:  Apr 30, 2021 from 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM (MT)
Greater Salt Lake City Chapter Presents:
COVID Trials Rapid Study Startup in Under Two Weeks: How Did We Do It?

Speakers:
Jeri Burr MS, RN-BC, CCRC, FACRP, Executive Director, Trial Innovation Center, University of Utah
Nina Pacchia, PhD, CCRC, Program Director, University of Utah
Frances Sebahar, BS, CCRC, Project Manager, Trial Innovation Center, University of Utah

Program Agenda:
11:45 am – 12:00 pm – Chapter Business Meeting (all welcome)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm – Presentation and discussion

Hear straight from the experts that executed rapid study start-up and study management using a ‘no touch’ protocol while under quarantine, stay at home orders. The panel will share their real-world experience on rapid study deployment and lessons learned in developing and initiating two large randomized clinical trials studying the effects of hydroxychloroquine in outpatients with confirmed COVID-19 in under two weeks.

Upon completion of this seminar, attendees should be able to:
1. Describe resources for rapid deployment of emergency IRB review, eConsent, and DSMB review
2. Demonstrate how to direct a high performing team and develop a quality risk assessment
3. Identify database build requirements and collaboration needed with RCs, CRAs and Research Nurses

Target audience and level:
CRCs
Investigators
Project Managers
Clinical Research Administrators
Other

Registration cost: 
Free

Contact hours:
1.0 ACRP contact hours have been approved for this presentation.

To receive contact hours:

Purchase the contact hours, 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
$15 ACRP Members
$30 Non-Members

Refund policy:
No refunds will be offered unless program is cancelled.

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