Do you feel confident when you consider how an audit of your research study might unfold?
In this quarter’s CRES event, Mandy Morneault, ITHS’ Manager of Regulatory Knowledge and Training, will describe the goals and common triggers of creating quality systems to assure data integrity and regulatory compliance. Attending this event will help to:
This event is applicable to Research Coordinators at all levels who work in a clinical research environment. The case study topics will include applicability of regulatory policy, protocol adherence, consent issues, confidentiality and data integrity, falsification of data, loss of records and adverse event reporting. For those joining via webcast, a handout of the quality assurance framework and sample case studies will be provided to facilitate conversations at your own site.
A version of this event was presented at the ITHS Networking to Enhance Development Conference in May 2015. If you were not able to attend, or want to experience it again, please plan to join us on September 24 at Fred Hutch.
Washington State is hosting the 17th Annual National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Conference, which will be held October 27 – 29, 2015 at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center. The three-day conference will provide attendees an opportunity to learn more about the $780 million dollars of annual NIH funding available exclusively for small businesses to perform innovative research and build new businesses based on their technologies.
To learn more, please visit the conference website. This is not an ITHS-sponsored or -produced event.