Clinical Conductor CTMS, Greater Gift Initiative partner to donate vaccines
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Clinical Conductor CTMS, a clinical trial management system for research organizations from Bio-Optronics, has partnered with the Greater Gift Initiative (GGI) to donate vaccines in honor of clinical trial industry fall conference participants.
Clinical Conductor donated vaccines on behalf of every attendee at the 2013 Site Solutions Summit held Oct. 11-13 to recognize the Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) for its commitment to helping clinical research sites reach their true potential. Clinical Conductor also donated vaccines in honor of participants who visited its booth at CenterWatch’s fall 2013 Forum on Optimizing Clinical Research Performance in Las Vegas and at the MAGI West Clinical Research Conference in Las Vegas Oct. 27-30.
The vaccine donations are being made through the GGI, whose mission is to advance global health and highlight the greater good of clinical trial participation by gifting a vaccine to a child in honor of every clinical trial volunteer. Vaccines were selected as the gift of choice because they have contributed to the improvement of global health more than any other class of pharmaceuticals.
“Our goal is to provide services that allow healthcare professionals to make a meaningful impact,” said Dan Kerpelman, Bio-Optronics CEO.