SCRCM

Society for Clinical Research Coordination and Management

Upcoming Sessions

Month:

Day

Time

Session Type:

Topic:

June

8th

1200-1300

SCRCM

Informed Consent: Who, What, Where, When, How

July

13th

1200-1300

SCRCM

Compassionate Use: Streamlining FDA and IRB Submissions

July

19th

1200-1300

RAES

Financial Incentives and Clinical Trial Participation

August

10th

1200-1300

SCRCM

Introduction to the Clinical Trial Protocol: How to Approach Reading the Document

September

14th

1200-1300

SCRCM

Online applications for Participant Contact and Recruitment

October

12th

1200-1300

SCRCM

Sharing Data and Biological Samples with Third Parties

November

9th

1200-1300

SCRCM

Protocol Noncompliance: Determination of Reportability and Submission

November

16th

1200-1300

RAES

Prospective Deviations: IRB & FDA Consideration Differences

December

14th

1200-1300

SCRCM

Investigator Essentials: Delegation of Authority and 1572

 

NOTE: 

  • SCRCM = Society of Clinical Research Coordination and Management
  • RAES = Regulatory Affairs and Ethics Series

September 14th, 2020

SCOOPS: Online applications for Participant Contact and Recruitment

RE: SCRCM SCOOPS: Technology Applications for Participant Contact & Recruitment

Presented through SCRCM Educational Webinar Series via Zoom

 

Session Overview:

This session will provide an overview of technology platforms that are permitted for use under Penn Medicine/University of Pennsylvania; to support contacting and recruiting participants for clinical research studies. A brief description of the specific technology / method and considerations for research teams will also be described.  Participant outreach, recruitment resources at Penn Medicine for diverse strategies such as: online, prints ads, mixed media, in-person recruitment, EMR (electronic medical record), patient portal, social media, mobile apps will be reviewed.  

 

Learning Objectives:

After completing this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Knowledge
    • Appreciate the various methods their clinical research team can leverage to conduct recruitment to meet enrollment needs.
  • Skill
    • Navigate to key resources, guidance documents and tools to start using and exploring these methods of recruitment
  • Behavior
    • Adopt listed, learned methods to enhance or supplement recruitment strategies for ongoing clinical research studies.
    • Incorporate thinking through these strategies early during study start-up, ideally during study feasibility.

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October 12th, 2022

SCOOPS: Sharing Data and Biological Samples with Third Parties

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November 9th, 2022

SCOOPS: Protocol Noncompliance: Determination of Reportability and Submission

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November 16th, 2022

RAES: Prospective Deviations: IRB & FDA Consideration Differences

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December 14, 2022

Investigator Essentials: Delegation of Authority and 1572

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