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August

August 1-31, 2017

Phlebotomy Training in 2 days!

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August 1-3, 2017

Monitoring Clinical Drug Studies: Beginner
Philadelphia, PA

This fundamental “how to” and “why” workshop focuses on current regulatory requirements to promote successful monitoring of studies. Participants will learn about the role and responsibilities of the monitor, the investigator, and the IRB from pre-study through post study. Best practice techniques for site management will be provided, and activities such as case scenarios and simulation exercises reviewing an informed consent document, investigator study file, subject case report forms, and source documents will reinforce learning concepts. This is a practical, hands-on introduction to the job and how clinical monitoring tasks are performed.

Take advantage of our $1,795.00 price by registering early!* After June 30, costs are $1,995.00.

August 15-16, 2017

Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials: Design Requirements, Statistical Issues, and Clinical Protocols
San Diego, CA

Clinical trials plays a pivotal role in evidence-based medicine. This course will provide an introduction to the scientific, statistical, and ethical aspects of clinical research. Topics will include basic principles and current methodologies used in the design, implementation, and analysis of clinical trials, including first-in-human studies (dose-finding, safety, proof of concept, and Phase I), Phase II, Phase III, and Phase IV studies. All aspects of the development of a study protocol will be addressed, including criteria for the selection of participants, assignment of study treatments, endpoints, randomization procedures, sample size determination, data analysis, adverse event reporting, and protocol compliance monitoring. The ethical issues that arise at each phase of new biomedical product development will also be explored.

Take advantage of our $1,675.00 price by registering early!* After July 13, costs are $1,875.00.

August 16-17, 2017

Working with CROs: Building a Partnership for Project Success
San Francisco, CA

This course provides an in-depth overview of Contract Research Organization (CRO) evaluation,selection, management, and trouble shooting. Various types of CRO relationships will be addressed including outsourcing to lab vendors,niche specialty providers, data management,and overall study management and monitoring. Beginning with a review of the Request for Proposal (RFP) process, the course will take you through follow-up analysis and debriefing of the CRO partnership.

Take advantage of our $1,675.00 price by registering early!* After July 14, costs are $1,875.00.

August 22-23, 2017

Clinical Project Management: Intermediate
Philadelphia, PA

The course builds on project management basics to examine some of the more difficult issues encountered by clinical project managers. It examines approaches for optimizing clinical trial conduct and includes discussion of current hot-button concerns facing clinical project managers.

Take advantage of our $1,675.00 price by registering early!* After October 18, costs are $1,875.00.

August 29-30, 2017

Introduction to Clinical Research
Boston, MA

This two-day course will cover topics designed to explain exactly what a clinical trial is and how clinical research is conducted. Since many clinical trials are often conducted in the European Union (EU), we will also include some key EU requirements. We will start by looking at the history of clinical trials to give you a better understanding of how and why current regulations were created to protect and inform clinical trial participants as well as ensure the public that the information obtained from those trials is accurate and reliable. Then we will look at the process of drug and device development from discovery to approval. We will introduce you to the protocol which is the blue print for any clinical trial and explain what an informed consent is and why it is so important. In addition to these key trial documents, we will also review other important documents that are used in clinical trials. Finally, we will provide you with resources that will enable you to stay informed about topics and regulations regarding clinical trials in the U.S. and in the European Union.

Take advantage of our $1,675.00 price by registering early!* After August 11, costs are $1,875.00.

September

September 1-30, 2017

Phlebotomy Training in 2 days!

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September 7, 2017

Risk-Based Monitoring: Successful Planning and Implementation
Philadelphia, PA

A fundamental shift is occurring in the clinical research industry related to how sponsors satisfy their regulatory and GCP requirements for the adequate monitoring of clinical trials. Recent regulatory authority guidance and industry initiatives are both promoting a modern approach to clinical trial monitoring based upon program and study-specific risk assessments and mitigation plans. In order for clinical research professionals to embrace this industry shift, it is critical that they understand the rationale, concepts, and actual work practices inherent in risk-based monitoring.

September 12-13, 2017

Clinical Project Management Advanced
San Diego, CA

This course provides the experienced project manager the additional skills they need to lead clinical trials to optimal performance. This two-day course builds upon basic and intermediate clinical research trial management skills benchmarking to Project Management Institute®, PMBOK as it applies to clinical trial management, including effective use of the project manager’s communication and leadership skills to overcome difficult issues a project manager may encounter.

Take advantage of our $1,675.00 price by registering early!* After October 27, costs are $1,875.00

September 18-20, 2017

Monitoring Clinical Drug Studies: Beginner
San Diego, CA

This fundamental “how to” and “why” workshop focuses on current regulatory requirements to promote successful monitoring of studies. Participants will learn about the role and responsibilities of the monitor, the investigator, and the IRB from pre-study through post study. Best practice techniques for site management will be provided, and activities such as case scenarios and simulation exercises reviewing an informed consent document, investigator study file, subject case report forms, and source documents will reinforce learning concepts. This is a practical, hands-on introduction to the job and how clinical monitoring tasks are performed.

Take advantage of our $1,795.00 price by registering early!* After October 12, costs are $1,995.00.

September 19-21, 2017

CRA & CRC Beginner Program
San Diego, CA

This beginner course provides an excellent introduction to clinical research and the job responsibilities of Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) and Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs). It explores topics relevant to those considering a career as an entry-level CRA or CRC.

Take advantage of our $1,795.00 price by registering early!* After November 3, costs are $1,995.00

September 26-27, 2017

Monitoring Clinical Drug Studies: Advanced
Philadelphia, PA

This course will focus on more complex and challenging issues affecting the Clinical Research Associate with management/leadership responsibilities. Current hot topics and trends will be discussed. Participants will analyze case studies to identify how monitors/study leaders could have identified, managed, and followed up on under performance or non- compliance issues. Corrective and preventive action plans (CAPA) will be developed as part of the course activities. Training and mentoring techniques will be included to assist training/mentoring sponsor/CRO and site staff.

Take advantage of our $1,675.00 price by registering early!* After December 22, costs are $1,875.00.

September 26-27, 2017

Writing Clinical Evaluation Reports
San Francisco, CA

This course will include a review of the Medical Devices (MEDDEV) 2.7.1, Rev 4 guideline issued in June 2016 and a discussion of the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) guideline. In this interactive program, participants will also have the opportunity to share their experiences with Clinical Evaluation Reports (CERs) in general. All devices are required to have a CER for products marketed in the EU and globally. This course will explore good writing skills and techniques needed to create a CER and to respond to reviewer comments.

October

October 1-31, 2017

Phlebotomy Training in 2 days!

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November

November 1-15, 2017

Phlebotomy Training in 2 days!

Learn to draw blood quickly. The program consists of one day online training at your own pace and one day hands-on training in the classroom setting. We come to your location. Train now!