2021 Poster Program Special Recognition Award Results

SOCRA's 2021 Virtual Annual Conference Poster Special Recognition Award Program consisted of 29 posters. Finalists were chosen based on their combined scores from their abstracts and poster evaluations. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic all posters were evaluated virtually. The finalists were given an opportunity to record their poster presentation and provide this to the judges for review prior to the start of the conference. Based on a combined score from the abstracts, posters, and presentations, one winner was chosen from each category (Clinical Trials and Clinical Research Management).

Congratulations to the 2021 Poster Program Special Recognition Award Winners and Finalists!

2021 Clinical Trials Category

Winner - Xinmei Shi, MSc, CCRA, CCRP

SARS-COV-2 Particles Can be Aerosolised When Talking and Singing

Finalists

Ayushi Sharma, HBSc, CCRP

CONVEY - Communicating Aggregated Oncology Clinical Trial Results to Patients: A Survey

Hannah Worrall, MPH, CCRP

Sport Participation and Specialization Characteristics in a Pediatric Sports Medicine Clinic

Hannah Worrall, MPH, CCRP

Differences in Concussion-Related Characteristics and Return-to-Play in Soccer Positions

Savannah Cooper, MS, CCRP 

Post-Operative Pain Management- A Standardized Approach at a Single Subspecialty Pediatric Ambulatory Surgery Center

2021 Clinical Research Management Category

Winner - Nicole Stevens, PhD, MS, BA, CPT, CPI, CCRC, CCRP

A Multisensory Approach to Enhance Informed Consent and Improve Study Compliance

Finalists
Savita Shashikiran, MDS, CCRP 

No More Expired Trainings: Development of an Investigator Training Reminder System

Susan Puleio, CCRP

Saved by Automation! How Technology and Innovative Thinking Significantly Increased Productivity of the MSK Clinical Research (CR) Audit Program

Roger Goosey, BS, CCRP

Feasibility of Shifting from In-Clinic Evaluations to Remote Evaluations in the Children’s Oncology Group (COG) Study ALTE2031 in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Annette Oeser, BS, MLAS, CCRP

Attendance Zooms Up with Virtual Access