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Author: Dr. Wendy Tate

Dr. Wendy Tate

Wendy Tate, PhD, GStat, is the Director of Research Operations at Forte. Wendy’s work is focused on the evaluation of clinical research administration, including the development and testing of quantitative methods to measure and assess protocol feasibility and workload. Her passion is to provide helpful and meaningful processes and tools to clinical research professionals that streamline clinical research practices and better the clinical research enterprise as a whole. Prior to Forte, Wendy spent 15 years at the University of Arizona in various roles within human laboratory, human subjects protection, and clinical research roles, including leadership roles with the IRB and Cancer Center clinical trials office. She received her MS in Applied Biosciences from the University of Arizona in 2005 and PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences with an emphasis in Pharmaceutical Economics, Policy, and Outcomes and a minor in Epidemiology from the University of Arizona in 2016.

Study Activation: A Complex Process That Doesn’t Have to Be Painful

Long activations is a familiar concept in the clinical trial landscape. How can your site improve your study activation timelines?

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Protocol Feasibility to Promote Trial Efficiency

A protocol feasibility review examines logistical aspects of a clinical trial prior to starting the activation process, helping studies meet their goal of accrue subjects at the site level.

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Q&A Part II: How Protocol Feasibility Assists in Promoting Compliance

In this Q&A, Dr. Wendy Tate answers attendee questions from her webinar “How Protocol Feasibility Assists in Promoting Compliance.”

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Q&A Part I: How Protocol Feasibility Assists in Promoting Compliance

In this Q&A, Dr. Wendy Tate answers attendee questions from her webinar “How Protocol Feasibility Assists in Promoting Compliance.”

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Enhancing Competency with Clinical Research Technologies

Forte and ACRP partnered to conduct a survey analyzing the factors that contribute to technology competency and how sites, technology providers and clinical research professionals can work to improve these competencies across the industry.

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Is the Clinical Research Industry Keeping Up with Technology Competency and Adoption?

ACRP and Forte have recognized that there is a critical need to improve technology adoption and competency in clinical research. The results of their joint survey will be presented in a webinar on April 23.

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Investigating Trends in Industry vs. Institutional Studies

Late last year, Forte published the Cancer Center Benchmarks Report, an analysis of key data trends affecting cancer centers. While cancer centers may have an idea of their individual performances, this report took on the bigger question of how cancer centers are performing as a whole. This year, we’ve released a companion report, “Investigating Trends

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Clinical Research & Technology Competency – Where Do We Stand? 

As technology is having an increasingly greater impact on the conduct of clinical research, professionals must learn and manage multiple new systems, tools and technologies requiring broader, more sophisticated skills and competencies.    ACRP has worked to define competencies for the clinical research workforce and technology is encompassed in one of those competencies. However, there’s currently no organized evidence on what

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Key Considerations for Regulatory Compliant Document Storage

The criteria covered in 21 CFR Part 11 are not the only requirements that should be considered for compliant document management associated with clinical trials.

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3 Key Trends in Cancer Center Performance

See how your center stacks up to these three performance trends among NCI-designated cancer centers.

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