Each month, a Research Ready mentor from the Community of Practice hosts an online workshop to share best practices and highlight exceptional processes. Be sure to sign up for the April Workshop for best practices, tips, and practical solutions for decentralized clinical trials. And don’t forget to join the Research Ready Community of Practice for ongoing discussion after the event.
Challenges and Learnings from STOPCoV DCT: You Don’t Know Until You Know
Join us on April 26th where Research Ready Advisory Group Member Rosemarie Clarke will be sharing best practices, tips, and practical solutions for decentralized clinical trials. Challenges and learnings on topics including REB, recruitment strategies, and digital integration will be discussed.
Rosemarie J. Clarke RN, BScN (Hons), MHM, CCRP, Clinical Research Manager, University Health Network/Toronto General Hospital
Rosemarie is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and a Masters in Health Management. She has certifications as a Clinical Research Professional with the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) and a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College Health Leaders. Rosie currently holds the position of Clinical Research Manager and Project Manager at the University Health Network, a tertiary and academic based hospital in Toronto. Rosie specializes in Clinical Research Operations and has coordinated and managed studies in many therapeutic areas and in all phases of clinical trials. This specialty positioned her to project manage several COVID studies throughout the pandemic. Rosie is instrumental in the startup and implementation of a decentralized study called STOPCoV and currently oversees a research team of Investigators, coordinators, and analysts.
Online Workshop Details:
Date: April 26, 2022
Time: 1pm to 2pm
Registration: click here
Can’t make it to the workshop? A recording will be posted on the Research Ready page shortly after.