FDAnews Management Report: Implementing Quality Risk Management in Clinical Trial Monitoring

The FDA wants clinical trial sponsors to start using risk-based site monitoring. This quick-reading management report from FDAnews shows how to use risk management to set up remote clinical trial monitoring systems.

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Implementing Quality Risk Management in Clinical Trial Monitoring

Implementing Quality Risk Management in Clinical Trial Monitoring

Falls Church, VA (PRWEB) January 21, 2014

Implementing Quality Risk Management in Clinical Trial Monitoring
**FDAnews Management Report**
http:// http://www.fdanews.com/QRMinCTMonitoring

The FDA wants clinical trial sponsors to start using risk-based site monitoring. That’s a plus for many sponsors, but first they have to have the quality risk management system in place to make it work.

Now FDAnews has developed a quality risk management primer for clinical trial sponsors that shows clinical trial sponsors how to transition their organization from a traditional monitoring approach to a state-of-the-art QRM program.

This quick-reading management report shows how to use risk management to set up remote clinical trial monitoring systems, then walks trial sponsors through the steps to:

  •     Establish a QRM committee to drive the process
  •     Understand mapping and weighting key quality risk indicators
  •     Identify real-time data needed for monitoring
  •     Organize data into a dashboard to identify problems in need of investigation, including serious adverse event trends

Readers will discover tools to help develop their own QRM systems, including:

  •     How to identify key metrics and risk indicators and determine which risks require tracking, rather than relying on a single across-the-board standard
  •     How to ensure the system captures key elements of clinical trial quality under applicable FDA and EU regulations and guidances, including latest changes
  •     Building a dashboard capable of monitoring from a handful of sites to thousands around the world, while maintaining quality and cutting costs
  •     Evaluating clinical sites best suited to test remote monitoring
  •     Identifying critical-to-quality (CTQ) metrics/key risk indicators and associated risks
  •     Improving protocol quality in the concept stage of trial design
  •     And much more

QRM helps trial operators gain deep understanding of risks associated with their trials, leading to efficiencies that could add millions of dollars a year to the bottom line. This management report gets clinical trial sponsors off to a running start. http:// Order today.

Who Will Benefit:
Here’s a suggested list of potential readers:

  •     Regulatory affairs and compliance professionals
  •     Clinical research professionals
  •     Clinical operations professionals
  •     Medical affairs professionals
  •     Clinical trial managers
  •     Clinical trial monitors
  •     Clinical trial study coordinators
  •     Clinical investigators
  •     Clinical quality assurance professionals

Management Report Details:
Implementing Quality Risk Management in Clinical Trial Monitoring
**FDAnews Management Report**
http:// http://www.fdanews.com/QRMinCTMonitoring
Format: Print or PDF
Price: $397

Easy Ways to Order:
Online:    http:// http://www.fdanews.com/QRMinCTMonitoring
By phone: 888-838-5578 or 703-538-7600

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