The CCTS Clinical Trials Office (CTO) Research Seminar Continues This Fall

The CCTS Clinical Trials Office (CTO) Research Seminar Continues This Fall

Join the CCTS Clinical Trials Office for our bimonthly Research Seminar Series. Critical research implementation and management topics will be presented on the first and third Thursday at noon in PCAMS (1924 7th Avenue South). These topics will be of interest and relevance specifically to clinical research personnel including investigators, regulatory personnel, study coordinators and financial administrators.  The goal of this new program is to fill in the gaps in information related to the implementation of clinical trials that have been identified by investigators and their research teams. The seminar series is directed by Penny Jester, co-director UAB Clinical Trials Office.    

All sessions are held from noon–1p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month in PCAMS (1924 7th Ave S). For more information, visit the Research Education page of the CCTS website. The series continues into the Fall —check back for future topics. Questions?  Contact the CCTS.

Thursday, Oct. 2    

1572: What it means    

Presenter: Alice Howell, BSN, MSN

This program will provide a detailed explanation of the importance of the 1572, and how to complete and manage.

Attendees: Research nurse coordinators and managers, research nurses, HR personnel and administrators.

Thursday, Oct. 16

Getting the most value from the monitor visits

Presenter: Karen Savage

This program will provide guidance on how to get the most from a monitor visit and tools to use to assess improvement.             

Attendees: Research nurse coordinators and managers, research nurses, HR personnel and administrators.


CCTS/CTO Research Seminars can be accessed via web.   

1. Please join my meeting
 
2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Or, call in using your telephone.
United States: +1 (267) 507-0008
Access Code: 930-891-813
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting
 

Meeting ID: 930-891-813

We are always in the process of identifying speakers and new topics.  Please contact Penny Jester today with ideas or to share what resources your institution can share.​

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