Date(s) And Time(s):
Mar 16 2011 8:00AM - Mar 17 2011 4:00PM
Location: Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, VA
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS — DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 2010
• What is clinical data quality?
• Should we strive for maximum quality or is there an optimum?
• Should quality be related to purpose?
• Is quality in one area more important than in another?
• What is the consequence of that?
• What are the current tools and technologies that impact data quality?
These and other important questions will be answered during breakout sessions designed to provide both a global perspective of best practices as well as award-winning techniques for promoting quality in clinical research.
One of the most important challenges to quality drug development is the ability to implement best practices for quality – from the point at which the protocol is designed through the filing of a package, update, or submission to regulatory agencies. As more technologies are being used, it is critical that all parties come together to ensure the effective management of clinical trials. Data managers, statisticians, sites, monitors, and regulators must be partners in clinical research that delivers quality data. This multidisciplinary summit will review the case for quality in such areas as patient care, clinical records, protocol design, standards, e-clinical systems, policies, and clinical data.
This program has been developed by the eCLINICAL and CLINICAL DATA MANAGEMENT Special Interest Area Communities
TABLETOP EXHIBIT INFORMATION
Attendees may visit the tabletop exhibits during the event and receptions.
Contact Jeff Korn, Exhibits Associate, Phone +1.215.442.6184 Fax +1.215.442.6199, email Jeff.Korn@diahome.org
Contact Rachel Minnick, Program Developer, Phone +1.215.442.6131 Fax +1.215.442.6199, email Rachel.Minnick@diahome.org