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Seminar topics will be of interest and relevance to clinical research personnel including investigators, regulatory personnel, study coordinators and financial administrators. The goal of this program is to fill any gaps in information related to the implementation of clinical trials that have been identified by investigators and their research teams. See below agenda for upcoming session topics and speakers. The CCTS Research Seminar Series is organized by Penny Jester, director, CCTS Clinical Research Support Program (CRSP).

1st and 3rd Thursday of every month from 12pm-1pm (unless otherwise indicated)

PCAMS Building - 1924 7th Avenue South (unless otherwise indicated)

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AGENDA 2017-2018

December 7 Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES)
December 11 Building a Budget: Follow Up
December 12 CANCELLED Round Table: Brown Bag*: Never Enough Money!
December 19 (11:30am-12:45pm)
Spain Auditorium
Clinical Trials Lunch and Learn
January 9
West Pavilion Conference Center-G
Round Table: Brown Bag*: What Are Your Budget Challenges?
January 11 RESCHEDULED January 16 At Risk Accounts: Using them Successfully
January 23 (11am-12:30pm) ClinicalTrials.gov Results Reporting Workshop
January 25 (8am-12pm) UAB Research Orientation Program
February 1 Internal Quality Control: Measuring, Assessing and Correcting
February 6
West Pavilion Conference Center-B
Round Table: Brown Bag*
February 15 Business Etiquette: You Will Get There Stronger with the Right Approach

*Round Table Brown Bag lunches are designed to discuss specific topics and how each of us is challenged by the topic and how we resolve the problem. Since there are no structured agendas and concrete objectives, CMEs will not be offered.