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Site Performance Management
Cambridge, United States 9 – 12 October / 2012
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About the trade show
In today’s environment, effective site management requires not only core organizational abilities, but also a series of unique, more sophisticated skills to effectively manage productivity. Barnett International/CHI’s forum on Site Performance Management focuses on these critical site management skills, providing clinical research professionals with a series of tools, techniques, best practices, and examples of what has and has not worked in the management of effective sponsor/site relationships. Particular attention will be paid to the role of the clinical research associate, who often serves as the “face” of the sponsor, while also focusing in on the important role played by each clinical research team member in effective site management. We invite presentations on:
- Understanding the essential skill set requirements for effective site performance management
- Identifying the critical success factors that contribute to optimal site performance
- Promoting prevention of site performance issues and implementing effective site initiation and site training techniques
- Communication strategies for establishing clear expectations and providing timely feedback to sites
- Setting expectations from the start: strategic site selection and qualification
- Implementing strategic pre-study activities that promote successful site performance
- Strategies for proactive issues management and resolution strategies for the CRA
- Understanding when to initiate corrective action planning and documentation
- Strategies for query resolution follow-up and closure
- Strategies for proactive root cause identification, management, and stakeholder involvement