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.
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.
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…
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…
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.
Knowing the question you’re trying to answer is the most important place to start when approaching metrics.
Forte’s expert statistician gives her thoughts and tips for organizations looking to track operational metrics. Her greatest advice: know thy question.
Webinar presenter responds to these questions and provides resources for additional guidance on clinical trial delegation of authority logs.
Learn methods for addressing some of the research industry’s most pressing challenges and gain insights about performance metrics, effort tracking and more.