- Why You Should Register?
- 2020 ARCHIVES
The year 2020 will forever be marked as the "Year of the Pandemic" with the impact felt in our personal lives, by our nation, and across the world. Through the tragedy, stories of innovation and creative problem-solving also emerged. How did innovation outlast the emergency? Join this session to hear what solutions emerged that may make a lasting positive impact on clinical research, drug development and our society.
The Site Patient Recruitment Innovation Award was launched in 2014 to recognize sites that utilize innovative strategies to achieve enrollment success.
In judging submissions, the emphasis is placed on innovative patient-directed initiatives that are unique, effective, and take into account the response of the campaign. The finalists will present their innovative recruitment plans to an audience of sites, sponsors and CROs attending the Global Summit. For the first time, the 2019 SPRIA Europe and Asia-Pac winners will join us on stage to share their winning recruitment plans to kick off the Global SPRIA presentations.
Learn more about SPRIA at the Global Site Solutions Summit.
For questions or comments, please contact SPRIA@myscrs.org.
Site Tank, modeled after the popular television show, "Shark Tank," provides a platform through which sites can put on their innovator hats and share technology ideas that enhance, empower, and improve their operations and transform their business model.
Site Tank provides a platform through which sites can put on their innovator hats and share technology ideas that enhance, empower and improve research operations and transform business models.
Learn more about Site Tank at the Global Site Solutions Summit.
For questions or comments, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend this event to learn how GDPR and state-by-state data protection regulations like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) affect healthcare and clinical research business including sites, sponsors, CROs, universities and other industry stakeholders and what you can do today to position your business during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. There will be 2 “live” drawings each for a $100 cash card at the end of the session! Must be present to win!
Diversity, inclusion and equity in clinical trials has been an ongoing issue in clinical trials despite numerous calls to action. In this session SCRS, FDA and industry representatives will discuss the critical importance of this issue specifically as it impacts the clinical research site. The ongoing work of the SCRS diversity project will be high lighted along with the launch of the industry standard that has been validated and designed by the working group, to measure and assess the sites individual assessment of best practices in diversity.
Celebrate as SCRS presents the Eagle Award to the CRO and Sponsor that are most dedicated to outstanding leadership professionalism, integrity, operational excellence and committed to advancing the clinical research profession through strong site partnerships. Voted on by sites from across the globe, this event honors a site-focused approach to clinical trial management. Sponsored by Trifecta
T.J. Sharpe and Dave Aizer are late-stage melanoma survivors. They'll share their stories, and how they both shifted from fear and despair to strength, purpose and gratitude. Additionally, T.J. and Dave both received clinical trials and they credit those trials with saving their lives. They'll recount their trial experiences and the profound effect the trials had on their physical and mental wellbeing.
The winners of the Site Patient Recruitment Award (SPRIA), recognizing a site that has developed and implemented an innovative patient recruitment program, and Site Tank, recognizing a site that has developed an innovative technology solution for clinical research, will be announced and celebrated.
In honor of Christine Pierre, founder of SCRS, the esteemed Christine K. Pierre Site Impact Award will be presented to an industry leader who has made an extraordinary contribution to furthering the voice of the clinical research community.
We have all felt the impact of COVID-19. Whether it is in our professional or personal lives, our “normal” way of operating is no more. But where do we go from here? What happens when the threat is diminished to a manageable degree? Will we go back to business as usual, or have the ways of working been permanently altered?
In this session, we will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on clinical research operations from both a site and sponsor perspective. After an initial discussion of the efforts Janssen is taking to combat the impact of this pandemic, we will break into smaller groups to discuss the impact on patients, sites, and sponsors, discuss what sites and sponsors need from each other to continue providing clinical research as a care option for patients, and how we can work together to emerge from this pandemic even stronger than we were before.
**All times are Eastern Daylight Time**