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How Organizations are Leveraging Standardization in Clinical Trial Design & Build

How Organizations are Leveraging Standardization in Clinical Trial Design & Build

Date: July 6
Time: 08:00 AM PDT | 11:00 AM EST | 17:00 CET | 21:30 IST

Standardization is an integral step in improving and modernizing the clinical trial design and build process.

But how are organizations achieving standardization? What role does technology have to play? And what impact is it having?

We explore this and discuss the role of metadata standardization in end-to-end trial design and build.

Attendees will hear the story of global biopharmaceutical companies we're working with, and how they've leveraged technology to drive standardization. We'll cover effective strategies, how to avoid the pitfalls, and also a best practice blueprint for others to follow.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN 

  1. How to achieve standardization through technology in clinical trial design and build.
  2. Practical implementation: culture and mindset change.
  3. Real-world benefits of achieving standardization - the difference it makes.
  4. Strategies for best practice, common challenges and how to navigate them.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This webinar will benefit those responsible for or involved in standardization in clinical trials. This includes people working on data standards, data management, regulatory compliance (including CDISC) and governance in pharmas, biotechs, CROs and healthcare organizations.

Relevant areas of expertise and job titles include: Regulatory Affairs; Clinical Operations; Clinical Affairs; Project Management; VP/Director of Data Standards or Data Management; Executive/Associate Director of Data Standards or Data Management; Head of Data Standards or Data Management; Data or Data Standards Manager/Associate Manager; Clinical Data Associate; Team Leader of Data Standards or Data Management; Data Manager/Clinical Data Manager; Data Standards or Data Management Specialist; VP or Director of Biostatistics / Biometrics / Statistical Programming; Manager or Head of Biometrics / Biostatistics / Statistical Programming; Biostatistician / Biometrician / Statistical Programmer/ Statistician.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Gilbert Hunter, Customer Success Manager, Formedix

Gilbert joined Formedix over seven years ago as a Technical Writer. Four years ago, the knowledge gained from content development together with his customer service skills marked him out for transition to the Professional Services Team.

In his current role, Gilbert provides CDISC and software training, support and consultancy services to Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and CRO organisations. He helps them save time and money by making their clinical trial design and regulatory submissions more efficient.