The Premier Event for Experienced Clinical Trial Monitors
Barnett International/CHI is pleased to announce a Call for Speaker Proposals for our fourth annual Mastering Clinical Trial Monitoring conference. As with the overwhelmingly successful prior conferences, this event will focus exclusively on the changing, significant, and growing expectations of clinical trial monitors. Thought leaders are encouraged to submit their abstracts related to recent global regulatory agency activities, including the FDA’s new risk-based monitoring guidance; tools and techniques of monitoring best practices; monitoring in electronic environments; and the challenges associated with monitoring international studies.
Ensuring Quality through Effective Assessment, Qualification, Auditing, and Communication
Barnett International/CHI is pleased to announce a Call for Speaker Proposals for our second annual Vendor Management in Clinical Trials conference, an event featuring strategies and tools for assessing, implementing, and improving quality when partnering with clinical service providers. With growing regulatory expectations for a quality systems-based approach to GCP compliance, sponsors must be certain that their third party vendor partners are “inspection ready.”
Ensuring Audit Readiness and GCP Compliance Across Clinical Research Functions
Barnett International/CHI is pleased to announce a Call for Speaker Proposals for our third annual Clinical Auditing Forum, an event focused exclusively on regulatory agencies’ changing focus and expanding expectations regarding GCP compliance. Thought leaders are encouraged to submit abstracts related to ensuring clinical research compliance through strategic approaches to clinical quality assurance and on “GCP Inspection Readiness,” with a focus on developing and strengthening auditing programs.
Implementing a Comprehensive Quality Management System for Good Clinical Practice
Barnett International/CHI is pleased to announce a Call for Speaker Proposals for our second annual Clinical Quality Risk Management conference, an event focused on meeting the emerging regulatory expectations for a quality systems-based approach to GCP compliance. Thought leaders are encouraged to share their experiences implementing clinical QRM, creating quality systems-based approaches to clinical monitoring and auditing, and responding to the evolving landscape within both the FDA and international regulatory bodies.