Data and Quality Approaches to Informing Global Investigative Site Selection
Stella Stergiopoulos, MPH, MS
Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, United States
Rather than accepting GCP training as the default solution for qualifying investigators, the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) has worked to critically evaluate current approaches to investigator qualification, including GCP training, and develop recommendations on efficient and effective methods for investigators to become qualified to conduct clinical trials. This session will also describe these recommendations, focusing on the merit and value of the directives, as well as sharing insight from multiple stakeholder perspectives on how to implement these changes in practice.
Learning Objective : Assess current industry trends and strategies on end-to-end site identification; Assess data available through public databases to aid in site selection.
Empowering our Investigators: How New Investigator Qualification Approaches Could Improve Quality Conduct of Clinical Trials
Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP), United States
Challenges and Solutions in Integrating Data Sources to Support Evidence-Based Site Selection and Study Planning
Claire Sears, PhD
Communications Director, Data Solutions
DrugDev, United Kingdom