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Clinical Site Management: The Key to Successful Trials

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Join us on December 4, 2018 at 7:30 am when PCRS Network’s Founder, John Neal, will moderate and speak at Biocom’s December Event – Clinical Site Management: The Key to Successful Trials.

Almost nine in ten clinical trials fail. While some failure is inevitable based on the development of the science, this figure is astoundingly, unacceptably high. Especially after spending over a billion dollars on average per trial and over a decade in development.

Why do so many clinical trials fail? There are many of the usual suspects ­– excuses such as lack of efficacy, safety concerns, strategic reasons and economics, or some combination of these. Bull!

The real reasons: poor study design, increasingly complex protocols, poor trial management, lack of site involvement in study design, and weak teams. Awkward reasons managers don’t like to discuss, because they have to do with the quality of the clinical trial management and site selection. These are things you can do something about.

On December 4, 2018, the Biocom CRO group will present a panel of highly experienced and successful clinical trial managers, sponsors, monitors and site managers who will discuss their experiences, best practices and the lessons they have learned on the way to clinical trial success (and failure).

Lessons you can now learn for free…

Speakers: John Neal, Moderator, Founder and Chairman of PCRS Network, and Vice-Chairman of Association of Clinical Rresearch Professionals (ACRP)
Heidi Guthrie, Associate Director, CRO Services, ProSciento, Inc.
Claudia Shojai, Clinical Research Manager, DNA Electronics, Inc
Lisa Bjornestad, Director Site Alliance, the Americas at PAREXEL

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About Preferred Clinical Research Sites Network™

Preferred Clinical Research Sites Network™ consists of top performing Phase I, II, III, and IV sites strategically located throughout the U.S.  The combination of high-quality, high-enrollment, and increased efficiencies make for a winning combination for sponsors, CROs, and sites.

Sponsors need to accelerate the clinical research phase of new drug and device development processes in order to minimize the time required to complete clinical research and get qualifying drugs and devices to market.

PCRS Network simplifies the process for sponsors and CROs by providing access to member sites meeting the highest standards of quality and productivity.  PCRS Network affords Clinical Research Sites the opportunity to profitably grow their site by associating as peers with other high performing clinical research site thought leaders across the U.S.

Members are accepted into PCRS Network through a rigorous qualification process designed to ensure that only high-quality, high-performing sites become members, providing assurance to sponsors and CROs that PCRS Network members are top enrollers and meet the highest standards in the industry.

About Biocom

Biocom works on behalf of over 1,100 members to drive public policy, build an enviable network of industry leaders, create access to capital, introduce cutting-edge workforce development and STEM education programs, and create robust value-driven purchasing programs. Biocom provides the strongest public voice for research institutions and life science companies that fuel the California economy.

Media Contacts:

Preferred Clinical Research Sites Network™
307-459-1660
press@pcrsnetwork.com

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