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Site and Sponsor Recruitment Preparations Prior to the Investigator Meeting - Second in a Patient Recruitment Webinar Series

  March 07, 2008  
Drug Information Association, Online
Apr 24 2008

Many sponsors and CROs do not have clinical research associates with the expertise to conduct optimal site selection and site initiation. Sub-optimal site selection and inadequate training in enrollment and retention contribute to prolonged study enrollment and lower subject retention rates which increase both the cost and duration of the study. Any increase in the ability of sites to forecast, recruit, and retain a higher percentage of the original allocation of subjects will result in significant cost savings to a sponsor and a potential decrease in cycle time.  FEATURED TOPICS·Successful recruitment planning,·What to include in a site feasibility survey,·Proactive recruitment planning and past performance analysis,·Importance of market research,·Site motivation analysis, and·Developing recruitment solutions and the role of the clinical research associate.
Organized by: Drug Information Association
Invited Speakers: 1) Donna Grezlak, BSN, RN Senior Study CoordinatorRheumatology Research AssociatesUnited States. 2) Peter J. Sowood, MD, PhD Chief Scientific Officer

ICON Clinical Research

United Kingdom.

Deadline for Abstracts: -
Registration: http://www.diahome.org/DIAHOME/Education/FindEducationalOffering.aspx?productID=16904&eventType=Webinar
E-mail: dia@diahome.org
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