GCP Video Series: Risk Assessment Monitoring

ClinOps Toolkit interview with Penelope Manasco Mana Consulting RBM

[box style=”0″] Please subscribe to the Good Clinical Professionals series on our YouTube channel (link).  Daron Scott, Senior Contributor at ClinOps Toolkit will bring you new videos every month.  He is asking hard-hitting questions to find out what it takes to be an extraordinarily effective Good Clinical Pro!  Connect with Daron on Twitter @Scott_Daron In…

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Secret Formula to be the Best Clinical Trial Site

The Best Clinical Trial Sites are Empowered The best clinical trial sites have laser-focus on the ultimate goal to advance treatment options for their patients. The best sites perform all trial activities and procedures with the highest attention to quality and adherence.  Sponsors will reward for this performance and clamor to work with these sites again…

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Medidata Talks RBM with ClinOps Toolkit for SCOPE2015 Conference

[box style=”0″] Our First Interview in the GCP Series Our 2015 ClinOps Toolkit video interview series introduces you to two of our favorite industry thought leaders and Good Clinical Professionals (GCPs)! Kyle Given and Barbara Elashoff of Medidata kindly agreed to sit down with us for an interview to discuss risk-based monitoring (RBM) and Barbara’s…

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Introducing the GCP Video Series by ClinOps Toolkit

GCP Video Series I am delighted to announce the GCP Video Series by ClinOps Toolkit.  Here, GCP stands for Good Clinical Professionals!  We have filmed two interview style videos already and I have filmed two vlogger style videos.  It has been a lot of fun learning more about this medium for communicating with you all.…

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How do you build meaningful relationships with your network?

Cultivating Meaningful Relationships Support from my network makes me more successful I’m so grateful for meaningful relationships with like-minded people who believe in me. When I am stuck or need help I can always find someone who not only understands my needs but wants to help me overcome obstacles and achieve more. As I have…

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Text Messaging in Clinical Trial Patient Recruiting and Retention

Text and Drugs The Power of Text Messaging in Clinical Trial Patient Recruiting and Retention Mosio’s Co-Founder and CTO, Jay Sachdev, will be presenting in a master class on patient recruiting at the upcoming MAGI West Conference in San Francisco, CA (November 9 – 12, 2014). Those familiar with the challenges in patient recruiting will…

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Trends in Clinical Trial Data

The clinical trial world is experiencing a considerable increase in the quantity of available clinical data. In this video from the June 2014 ClinOps Toolkit meetup event, Marc Desgrousilliers, CTO of Clinovo delves into emerging trends in clinical trial data.  Most importantly, the increasing quantity of patient and clinical trial data (more sources, more complexity,…

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Six “Easy Wins” to Immediately Improve Clinical Trials Financial Forecasts

[box style=”0″] My favorite clinical trial finance guru, Chris Chan agreed to publish his SCOPE 2014 presentation at ClinOps Toolkit.  You can read more about the SCOPE conference in my blog series from the Spring. Chris is pretty to look at but he is no Vanna White.  Still, he infused a lot of fun into…

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Six Strategies to be a More Effective Monitor

Become a More Effective Monitor Six Strategies to be a More Effective Monitor On-Demand Webinar by Patty Kasper, MS, CCRA When I first became a CRA, I took a course led by expert in clinical monitoring, Patty Kasper, MS, CCRA. Today, almost a decade later, I still regularly reference the materials and Patty’s straightforward methods for…

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Back on my RBM Soapbox

Time for another installment of Nadia’s RBM Soapbox More from Transcelerate this week on the Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM Methodology).  Check out the July update here. As an industry, we absolutely need more conversations about quality, oversight, completeness, and appropriate monitor expectations.  So don’t get me wrong, I love dialogue on this and many other topics.…

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