ACRP 2020 Annual conference has currently been postponed due to the COVID-19 response. Please see updates and more information at theACRP Website here.
Are you headed to the ACRP 2020 Annual Conference? The ACRP Annual Conference is one of the largest and most impactful conferences held for clinical researchers to network, learn and grow in their careers. The schedule is packed full of intriguing sessions, which can often lead to overwhelm when trying to determine which sessions will benefit you most.
Florence attends the ACRP Annual Conference every year and we sift through the agenda the moment it is available. With over seventy session and six learning tracks, we selected the top five technology sessions you won’t want to miss!
Each session is broken down into the when, where, what and who to give you all the details you need to get the most out of the ACRP 2020 Annual Conference.
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Top 5 Technology Sessions at ACRP 2020 Annual Conference
As the leading vendor for eRegulatory software for clinical trials, Florence knows a good technology session when we see one. With research sites rapidly adopting new technology, it is important to stay up-to-date on all the industry advancements to keep your organization at the forefront of research innovation.
Educational gatherings, like ACRP Annual Conference, is the perfect place to gain knowledge and insights on trends and best practices sweeping the industry.
Using SaaS (Software as a Service) Methods in Research Operations Systems Implementation
A detailed session discussing how to integrate technology and various systems across research operations. The process involves utilizing change management strategies and best practices for implementing innovation. Leigh converses about her experience at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health regarding SaaS integration in the areas grants and contracts, HRPP, finance, human resources and a new CTMS.
When: Saturday, May 2, 2020 10:15 AM -11:15 AM
Leigh Burgess, MHA, MEd, MA, Vice President Research Operations, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health
Who should attend: VP Operations, VP Research, IT Professionals, Managers of Research Operations
Clinical Trial Technology and Sites: Preparing for Success
Examine the clinical trial landscape while looking at existing and emerging technologies in this intriguing session. This session focuses on both site-facing and patient-focused technologies to support sites preparing for success. Experts divulge knowledge necessary for today’s sites to thrive.
Casey Orvin, President, Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS)
Who should attend: Any Clinical Research Professionals
Clinical Research for the Future – Empowering Patients and Clinicians
A deep-dive into the projections of what the future looks like for patients in clinical trials and how the industry must adjust to accommodate these changes. Speaks delve into new technologies, new processes and new methodologies to drive patient centricity while retaining the human touch. Interactive discussion between stakeholders on how to come together and re-engineer the future.
When: Saturday, May 2, 2020 4:30 PM -5:30 PM
Debbie Profit, PhD, MS, Vice President, Applied Innovation and Process Improvement, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization
Ashley Moulton, Partnerships and Engagement Lead, Verily Life Sciences
Who should attend: Any Clinical Research Professionals curious about the future of clinical research
Intersection of AI, Patient-Centricity and Ethical Considerations
Address leadership, ethical and safety considerations when using AI technology in Clinical Research. Karen explains how AI acts in a business environment; what the progression to healthcare and clinical research looks like; and how to remain safe and ethical while making the adjustment.
When: Sunday, May 3, 2020 11:30 AM -12:30 PM
Karen Lindsley, DNP, RN, CCRC, CDE, Manager, Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance (CTSA), Emory University School of Medicine
Who should attend: Any Clinical Research Professionals interested in AI
Hang Ten: How to Surf the Wave of New Technology Without Wiping Out
Identify new technology solutions (EHR, CTMS, eTMF, ePRO) that can help run more efficient clinical trials. This session explores tips for identifying which software best helps you solve your operational bottlenecks and reach organizational goals. Speakers also explain how to determine which technology configuration meets your needs, user implementation, and technology evaluation.