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 August workshop with Sarah Best! And don’t forget to join the Research Ready Community of Practice for ongoing discussion after the event.
Mentor Spotlight: Sarah Best BSc., MHM, CCRP
Sarah Best is a Clinical Trials Research Manager for the Cognitive Clinical Research Group (CCRG) at Parkwood Institute. The CCRG conducts both investigator initiated and industry sponsored studies for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and related dementias. Ms. Best has been working in the field of Dementia Research for the past fourteen years. Ms. Best graduated from the University of Waterloo with a degree in Health Science in 2006 and from McMaster University with a master degree in Health Management in 2020. She is also the budget officer for the Consortium of Canadian Centres for Clinical Cognitive Research and a member of the platform implementation team for the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration and Aging (CCNA). In her spare time Ms. Best enjoys participating in a variety of activities with her two children Madelyn and Weston.
Breaking Down a Clinical Trial Budget with Confidence
In this Research Ready Mentor Spotlight you will hear from Sarah Best, Clinical Trials Research Manager for the Cognitive Clinical Research Group (CCRG) at Parkwood Institute, on how to assess a clinical trial budget. She will help you identify important cost elements to consider for clinical trial budgeting and give you techniques and tools to assess a complete trial budget efficiently and with confidence. Sarah has worked with sites within The Consortium of Canadian Centres for Clinical Cognitive Research (C5R) to this end and will be sharing her best practices with you on this call.
Online Workshop Details
Date: August 18, 2020
Time: 12pm to 1pm
Registration: Click Here
Can’t make it to the workshop? A recording will be posted on the Research Ready page shortly after.