Webinar: Reducing Site Burden by Proactive Planning
Wednesday, September 22, 2021 | 11:00am – 12:00pm EDT
In an increasingly competitive market, how do Sponsor organizations proactively reduce site burden to create more effective and positive relationships with focus on issues that matter?
The age-old constraint for clinical trial execution has been the ability to find patients. In an increasingly competitive market, Sponsor organizations are fighting for time from already resource constrained sites to perform patient recruitment, patient engagement activities as well as traditional patient care, data entry, and administrative tasks. But what is your organization doing to ensure that sites are spending their time on meaningful and value-add activities?
Join this one-hour webinar to evaluate whether your organization is effectively managing some of the most common, burdensome activities for sites and learn strategies you can implement to reduce this burden. We will address how effective Sponsor-Site partnerships manage start-up, training, safety reporting, and technology in order to ensure the most effective use of site staff’s time. By evaluating these key areas and the impact they may have on sites proactively, solutions can be put in place that allow the site staff to focus their time on patient-focused activities to drive recruitment, quality, and patient engagement.
During this webinar, you will:
- Learn some of the most burdensome activities for a site that decrease from value adding activities such as patient recruitment, patient treatment, and quality management
- Discuss how to evaluate the time burden of sites on standard activities such as training, safety reporting, and other Sponsor-driven activities
- Gain insights and ideas for effective implementation of site focused process improvements
- Gain access to your complimentary copy of the AQC Site Inspection Readiness Workbook
Brigid Flanagan, BA, RN, CCRC, MSB
Crissy MacDonald, PhD
Vice President, Client Delivery
Sandy Smith, RN, MSN, AOCN
Senior Vice President, Clinical Solutions and Strategic Partnering