Site Perspective — What Sites Really Think of Your Study Processes

WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th | FREE WEBINAR
30 MINUTES + Q&A | 5pm CEST | 4pm BST | 11am EDT | 8am PDT
ABSTRACT 

Learn how to include local site reality in how you design your study. In this session, you will get the chance to hear from experienced site coordinators about what sites really think of your study processes. This will include how to keep your study moving during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sites are highly motivated by the needs of their patients, and relationships with Sponsors work best when these needs can match study processes and objectives. Participating in clinical trials can be difficult, but sites are open to collaboration and new ideas and recognize that they are part of a larger team.

Make sure you join our webinar to hear new and eye-opening insights that will help you better understand and appreciate the site perspective, and ultimately contribute to improving study outcomes.

JOIN US TO LEARN ABOUT:
  • The gap between your study protocol and my clinical practice reality
  • What is good (or bad) about operational practices during the pandemic
  • Examples of poor study processes - and how to avoid them yourself

Helena Rocha, MSc.

Study Coordinator, Instituto Português de Oncologia do Porto

Erin Silverman, Ph.D. CCC-SLP, CCRC

Research Coordinator and Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Florida
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Site Perspective — What Sites Really Think of Your Study Processes

8/7/20208:00am PDT30 minutes
ABSTRACT:
Learn how to include local site reality in how you design your study. In this session, you will get the chance to hear from experienced site coordinators about what sites really think of your study processes. This will include how to keep your study moving during the COVID-19 pandemic.

JOIN US TO LEARN ABOUT:
-The gap between your study protocol and my clinical practice reality
-What is good (or bad) about operational practices during the pandemic
-Examples of poor study processes - and how to avoid them yourself