Clinical Trial Feasibility: Ensuring Success for Clinical Sites
With comprehensive research portfolios and a myriad of operational challenges to manage, it has never been more important for sites to approach research operations as a business. As they take on more studies with fewer resources, sites need strong strategies based on objective data to thrive and advance improvements in health. An important part of that process is evaluating the logistics of a study prior to taking it on, focusing on key aspects that make the project more likely to succeed.
An effective protocol feasibility review process assesses the ability to accrue participants, complete the study procedures, allocate staff resources, and achieve financial goals. In this webinar, Wendy Tate and Cheryl Byers of Advarra will provide considerations for building an effective feasibility process, including valuable metrics and information that could be used in a feasibility assessment at your site.
- Review feasibility considerations when evaluating clinical trials
- Outline the components of a protocol feasibility analyses and how they complement other study activation activities
- Discuss special considerations for Investigator Initiated Trials
- Gain insight into inputs and metrics that can help facilitate a protocol feasibility analysis
Dr. Wendy Tate
Director of Research Operations
Vice President, Institutional Partnerships
Who should watch?
This content applies to operational staff, including leadership, from academic medical centers, cancer centers, and health systems.
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DATE: March 11, 2021
Time: 1 pm ET | 10 am PT
Duration: 1 hour