SCOPE Summit 2022
February 7-10, 2022 | Orlando, FL + Virtual
Now more than ever, the important work of this clinical research community requires collaboration and innovation. Now in its 13th year of fostering these goals, SCOPE Summit 2022 will take place February 7-10, 2022 in Orlando, FL at a new location, the Rosen Shingle Creek. Over four stimulating days of in-depth discussions in 22 different conferences, 3 plenary keynote sessions, the 6th annual Participant Engagement Awards, special cross-department panels, a first-time golf tournament, and the ever-popular interactive breakout discussions, the programming focuses on advances and innovative solutions in all aspects of clinical trial innovation, planning, management and operations.
Join Avoca for the following sessions:
Tuesday, February 8 – 1:05 pm
Risk-Based Quality Management When You Don’t Know The Risks
In today’s world, amid the disruptions of a pandemic, adopting innovations to ensure clinical trial continuity has heightened the importance of robust risk-based quality management. The question then becomes, how do you conduct risk-based quality management without knowing where some of these risks are? In this session, we will share some of the most unique findings identified through our collaborative discussions, and highlight leading practices your organization can adopt.
Presenter: Cristin MacDonald, Vice President, Client Delivery, WCG Avoca
Wednesday, February 9 – 8:25 am
Helping QTLs To Do What We Want – Detect Emerging Issues Early
Discover the key recommendations of a multi-stakeholder team of industry experts–sponsors, CROs, vendors– who discussed lessons learned in implementing Quality Tolerance Limits (QTLs) and developed an approach to pragmatic implementation. The session will explore the use of leading KRIs as companion metrics to QTLs in order to obtain early signals. Earlier detection improves the chance of reducing impact on human subject protection and/or the reliability of trial results.
Presenter: Keith Dorricott, Ambassador, Metrics Champion Consortium
Thursday, February 10 – 8:55 am
RBQM Implementation in an Outsourced Model – Risk Assessment and Centralized and Site Monitoring Oversight
Your organization outsources centralized, remote and onsite monitoring to your CRO … how do you oversee the new monitoring process? Who selects the KRIs? Are they the right KRIs? Are identified risks becoming actual issues? Are monitors focusing on the most important risks and issues? Are site issues being addressed? A multi-stakeholder group has been exploring these questions. Come hear about new monitoring metrics developed by the consortium.
Presenter: Linda Sullivan, MBA, Executive Director, WCG-Metrics Champion Consortium