Event Calendar

Executive Committee: 

Chapter email: rockymtnsocra@gmail.com

Rocky Mountain Area Colorado

SOCRA Rocky Mountain Area Chapter

Notes:

  • 1 hr CEU offered SOCRA Members ONLY
  • Non SOCRA Members Welcome!
  • Unfortunately we will not be offering teleconference options

Date: April 17, 2019 (Wednesday)

Time: 6-7pm, doors open at 530pm

Location: Lilly Marks Conference Room, CU Medicine (formerly UPI) Building, AMC directions attached

 Title of Session:

Sharpening Research Compliance: Heightened Awareness with a Self-Guided Risk-Assessment

As Research Professionals, we are often faced with challenges of identifying risks within our scope and responsibility. So how can we not only identify risks but also reduce the probability of situations or events being vulnerable to or ending in an undesirable outcome? This session offers an innovative approach that, when applied straightforwardly, employs risk assessment philosophies and principles to heighten awareness of risks in areas of research. Attendees will examine a comprehensive risk assessment that insightfully uncovers whether specific factors, systems, or situations could adversely affect both the administrative and compliance areas of research. From there, they will focus on ideas that empower teams to weigh and prioritize self-identified risks in order to create meaningful action plans. Most importantly, attendees will form a self-guided risk assessment tool to encourage risk preparedness and sharpen research compliance and administrative best practices at their institutions.

 

Session Objectives:  

  • Employ risk assessment philosophies and principles to heighten awareness of risks in clinical research.
  • Empower research teams to weigh and prioritize self-identified risks in order to create meaningful action plans.
  • Form a self-guided risk assessment tool to encourage risk preparedness and sharpen research compliance.

Presenter and Co-Presenter:

David Staley, MA-David serves as the Research Compliance Officer at Children's Hospital Colorado. As a leader in his role, he ensures research activities comply with regulatory requirements while guiding the research community in securing regulatory compliance through practical approaches when confronting the complexities of clinical research. Has completed both a Master's and Bachelor's degree in the Humanities, namely Spanish Literature and Spanish Translation.

Hannah Gilbert, MS-Hannah Gilbert is the Research Compliance Analyst at Children's Hospital Colorado. In this role, she analytically assesses regulatory requirements, policies, and guidance documents to protect human subject's welfare and safety when participating in research, and carries out quality assurance and compliance auditing activities. Hannah holds a Masters in Clinical Research Administration from Walden University and a Bachelors in Chemistry from Bryn Mawr College. She is a Health Care Compliance Association member, a Certified Clinical Research Professional and member of the Society of Clinical Research Associates.

SOCRA CEU's available: 1 (for SOCRA members)

SOCRA members and non-members welcome!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at rockymtnsocra@gmail.com