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Risk Based Monitoring!

Posted by Phil on Jul 27, 2017 2:19:34 PM

Join the Program on Risk Based Monitoring (RBM)  

Develop a deep understanding of the rationale and the methodology of RBM and the evolving regulations driving the same.

 Program Highlights

 Industry Relevant Curriculum

  1. Acquire deeper understanding of the philosophy of risk-based monitoring
  2. Live Online and Recorded Sessions 

 Program Curriculum

 - Industry Overview and Existing Models of RBM

- Risk Identification and Evaluation

- Risk Control and Review

- Risk Reporting

- Role of Technology and Data Standards

- Vendor Selection in RBM

 Methodology

 - Live Online and Recorded Sessions via WebEx

- Hands-on Practical training on the RBM platform

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 Duration

 25 hours of Live Online Sessions via WebEx.

20 hours of Hands-on training on the platform including an assessment

 Key Takeaways

At the end of this Program you will be able to:

Understand how to perform study level risk assessment, define KRIs and thresholds and determine risk scores

  • Understand concepts around Risk Management Plans and determine key performance metrics
  • Recognize the RBM methodology and key implementation challenges key elements 
  • Understand the evolving roles of key  stakeholders (onsite CRA, central monitor, investigator, data manager, clinical analyst) in RBM and the significance of change management
  • Understand the site's perspective on RBM
  • Recognize the importance of technology in RBM
  • Understand the complexities of vendor selection in RBM

Who should enroll?

 - Sponsors/CROs Clinical Operations Staff

- Clinical Research Associates and Managers
- Clinical Data Management Staff
- Investigators and Staff
- Clinical Quality Compliance and Quality Assurance Professionals

 For more information please contact 1-848-299-5900 or mail workshops@sollers.edu 

Topics: Clinical Research