The 11th annual AACI-CRI conference is quickly approaching, drawing academic clinical research leaders from across the country. We preview some of the key focus areas of the 2019 conference.
While the Common Rule is critical to ensuring the ethical conduct of human subjects research, it can be difficult to navigate the changing requirements. We’ve compiled some helpful resources to assist in getting to know the Common Rule.
Learn how a CTMS can help you beat these common struggles and increase productivity at your clinical research site.
Coordinating centers often struggle with the administrative burden of managing regulatory documents across multiple participating sites. We collaborated with our customers to address this challenge through the Forte eRegulatory Management System.
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.
Integrated research systems can help streamline your operations, centralize workflows and reduce effort across your teams. But choosing your technology providers can have a big impact on long-term success at your organization.
In this webinar, Stuart Cotter, Forte’s Director of Product Success and former Forte eReg Product Manager, and MaryAnn Kempker, Forte’s Computer System Validation Project Manager, provide insight into how your site can proactively plan for audits and monitoring visits.
Having a team of coverage analysts to ensure compliant clinical trial financial management can be invaluable. Learn what to look for in your coverage analysts and how to build a successful team.
Learn how an eRegulatory-CTMS integration can improve workflows and bring additional benefits to your institutional research operations.
The Trial Data Exchange will build a two-sided network, allowing sites and sponsors can easily access and share standardized clinical research data, including critical regulatory documents.