About this Product:
The role of the CRA is ever changing and this digital course explores ways in which this relationship can be leveraged to maximize productivity with study sites. This course provides examples of opportunities where CRAs can be more involved in all aspects of the clinical trial process. Examples include territory development, study start-up, study implementation and closeout. Learn how to build and maintain the relationship between sponsor and site, and learn ways to partner with your sites during different phases of clinical trials how to have an enrollment discussion with your site; define mutual goals and expectations how to ensure ROI on territory development activities.
About this Product:
Over 128 Minutes
Site License: $1380
Agenda At A Glance:
Gretchen Goller, Senior Director of Therapeutic Expertise, Patient Access and Retention Services, PRA International
Gretchen Goller is the Senior Director of Therapeutic Expertise - Patient Access and Retention Services, PRA International. Prior to that role, she was the Patient Recruitment/Compliance Strategist at sanofi-aventis since 2007. She went to sanofi-aventis after spending time at Wyeth as a Clinical Trial Manager and AstraZeneca as a Clinical Research Scientist. Prior to pharma operations, Gretchen was with the University of Pennsylvania for 9 years as Project Manager and Clinical Research Coordinator in cardiology, ophthalmology, and women’s health. She has an MSW from the University of Pennsylvania with experience in HIV risk reduction, drug/alcohol abuse and victim crisis support. She has 15 years of experience in clinical research. Gretchen supports the US CRU at sanofi-aventis for recruitment and compliance strategy and works with their therapeutic teams to improve overall enrollment, retention, and site management.
Richard Robinson, Associate Director, Program Management, Quest Diagnostics
Richard Robinson is the Associate Director Program Management, Quest Diagnostics. Prior to that role, Richard was the Assistant Director of the Diabetes & Metabolism Group of the US Clinical Research unit at sanofi-aventis. This group consists of Clinical Project Leaders, Clinical Research Associates, and Clinical Project Assistants and is responsible for the execution of the US portion of global Phase II-IV clinical trials. Richard has over 14 years of pharmaceutical experience ranging from Clinical Assistant, CRA, CPL and Assistant Director. These various roles has allowed him to develop expertise in building both internal and external relationships to successfully manage clinical trials. In addition to leading the Diabetes & Metabolism Group he also co-leads a site management initiative focused on improving sponsor-site relationships.
About the Conference:
Barnett International and Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Inaugural Barnett Clinical Summit featured four co-located conferences covering best practices relevant to experts and new professionals in clinical trial management, site management, study start-up, project management, monitoring, clinical training, and protocol development. This four-day summit included presentations from experts, case studies, interactive breakout discussion groups, workshops and networking opportunities, and provided a forum for all involved in clinical trials to share ideas, proven practices, and recent research findings.