February 7-8, 2019
February 7-8, 2019
Pediatric Clinical Trials Conference: This workshop will discuss the unique challenges of conducting clinical trials in a pediatric setting. Topics including the consenting process, regulatory requirements, data safety monitoring, recruitment and rentention, audits and inspections, program management and more.
FDA Clinical Trial Requirements, Regulations, Compliance and GCP Conference: Jointly Sponsored with the FDA, this conference will share information regarding clinical research regulations and GCP guidelines and discuss methods to aid the research professional in their practice.
Belonging to SOCRA provides you with the information and resources you need to advance your career and enhance your professionalism.
Sharon Appelman-Eszczuk, BScN, RN, CCRP Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry University of Alberta Cathy Laferriere, BSc Senior CRA Quintiles Canada Abstract:...Read More >>
Mark Hochhauser, Ph.D., Readability Consultant/IRB Member, Golden Valley, MN Abstract: As the science and regulatory requirements behind clinical trials have evolved over the past...Read More >>
Graeme Downes, Senior Director, Clinical and PV QA, AstraZeneca Anatoly Gorkun, Senior Manager, Scientific and Compliance Training, MedImmune Abstract: The Good Clinical Practice (GCP) regulations...Read More >>
Anna K. Rockich, MS, PharmD, Director, General Surgery Research Program, University of Kentucky Medical Center Abstract: Effective budget development and negotiation is critical...Read More >>
Adam Donat, MS, Martin Hamilton, MSN-FNP, Irfan Khan, MS, Nichole Chamberlain, MSN-FNP Organization: Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and Radiological Health,...Read More >>
Cheryl B. Thomas, MS, CGC, Research Subject Advocate, Mayo Clinic Abstract Going “beyond the regulations” that govern informed consent and understanding the perspective...Read More >>
In order to promote quality clinical research, to protect the welfare of research participants, and improve global health, SOCRA's mission is:
To establish educational programming and provide continuing education for clinical research professionals
To establish an internationally recognized certification program for clinical research professionals (CCRP®)
To foster the professional development and peer recognition of clinical research professionals