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FDA Expectations for Risk-Reduction Practices in Clinical Trials
Clinical trials are risky projects with numerous predictable and unpredictable factors that influence successful outcome. Risk could be expected events such as recruitment troubles, trial supply issues, biological sample handling; or unexpected events such as difficult sites, and regulatory emergencies. Any of the risk events could derail a trial. A key component of clinical project management is the ability to identify potential risks and implementing measures to manage them. This seminar will provide a comprehensive list of issues that could risk the success of a given clinical trial and best practices to mitigate, manage and prevent them.
Why should you attend:
If you are currently involved in clinical trials either as a CRA, project manager, investigator or sponsor, this seminar will provide you with an overview of risk factors in clinical trials and possible ways to mitigate, control, assess impact, and prevent them in your trial. We would discuss the key elements of risk management such as planning, identification, quantification, action, measurement, outcome assessment, and post-implementation review of various types of risks. Also discussed will be best practices for risk analysis and prospective planning in the project plan. At the end of the seminar, you would be able to review your current project plan for potential issues or help address these factors in the future clinical trial project plans that you may create. If you are aspiring to be a clinical project manager, are sponsoring a clinical trial, supervise clinical trial operations, or would like to become a clinical site, this course is a must for you.
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