Free eLearning Modules for Clinical Research Professionals
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CRC Recognition Events
2016 Clinical Research Coordinator Leadership and Professionalism Conference immediately followed by the 4th Annual CRC Awards Dinner and Reception
Registration is now closed.
April 14, 2016 @ the CTSC Auditorium - LOCATION CHANGE
2pm-5:30pm Conference; 5:30pm-8pm Networking with Speakers, CRC Awards Reception. Open to UC Davis employees and our research colleagues from the Sacramento area
Pick and choose the sessions to attend or come for the Awards Reception only.
Admission: $20 (we accept checks or DaFIS accts). Includes:
- Dinner at the Awards Reception
- 4 CEUs
- Personalized Resilience Inventory Evaluation by Envisia Learning, Inc
- Entry into a raffle for an iPAD or a similar electronic device (do not need to be present to win)
Leadership and Professionalism Conference
Preliminary speaker line up:
Kate Marusina, Ph.D., Manager, Clinical Trials Office, UC Davis
Caryn Hussar, CCRP, Associate Site Network Manager, Quintiles
2:30 Professional Development Pathway for Clinical Research Staff, and Recommended ACRP eLearning Modules (handout)
Terri Hinkley Deputy Executive Director, ACRP (by phone)
Judyth Isaman, Sr. Training Analyst, Training & Development, UC Davis Health System
Mark Yarborough, Ph.D., Dean’s Professor of Bioethics, Bioethics Program, UC Davis
Sara Reed, MS, Director, Shared Services Center, UC Davis
5:00 Resilience Inventory (based on the resilience profiles generated by the attendees)
Kenneth Nowack, Ph.D. Organizational Psychologist Envisia Learning, Inc (by phone)
4th Annual CRC Awards Dinner and Reception
5:30pm @ the CTSC Auditorium and the Lobby - LOCATION CHANGE!
UC Davis CTSC would like to recognize Clinical Research Coordinators and others in CRC functional roles who have demonstrated exceptional qualities to promote integrity and excellence for clinical research profession. Departments and centers involved may nominate their outstanding employees using the criteria specified below. The nominations will be reviewed by the CTSC Nominations Committee, and three outstanding employees will be selected for this year’s awards. The awardees will receive $75 gift certificates and recognition plaques.
This year's nominees:
Best Supporting Staff Category:
Miles McFann, IRB
Julie Clahan, Budget Analyst, Contracts
Best CRC Nominees:
Sarah Steimer, OBGYN
Molly LIndsay, Neurology
Randev Sanhdu, PM&R
Colleen Anthonisen, PM&R
Candace Aguilar, PM&r
Nicole Mahaffey, Cancer Center
Amanda Martin, Neurology
Daniel Robles, Cancer Center
2015 3rd Annual CRC Recognition Award Dinner and ACRP Educational Event
The Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) and the Association of Clinical Research Professional (ACRP), Northern California Chapter (NCC) held the 3rd Annual CRC Recognition Award Dinner and ACRP Educational Event on Thursday, April 9, 2015, 5:00 pm – 8:00 PM at the Center for Health and Technology Building, Suite # 1331, located at 4610 X Street, Sacramento, CA 95817.
5:00 - 5:30 pm Registration, Networking, Dinner Buffet, Wine Bar
5:30 - 6:15 pm UCD/CTSC Award Presentation (dinner continues in the Auditorium)
Awardees in CRC Category: Justine Cortez, John Brock and Maria Levallois
Awardees in Supporting Staff Category: Andre Milner and Fred Stevenson
6:15 - 6:45 pm ACRP President's Welcome, Raffle, Announcements "Open Mic"
6:45 - 8:00 pm Educational Presentation and Q & A
8:00 - 8:15 pm Networking, 1:1 with speaker
Beth Harper, BS, MBA President, Clinical Performance Partners, Inc.
Title: Recruitment Recourse and Action Plans – Keys To Recruitment and Retention Success
At the end of the session, participants should be able to:
- Describe the role, value and purpose of recruitment resource and action plans
- List the elements of a recruitment resource plan (RRP) and a recruitment action plan (RAP)
- Name several traditional as well as social media tactics that can be used to recruit subjects for clinical trials
- Explain how to integrate tactics into the RRP and RAP for effective recruitment planning and management
Program Description: Benjamin Franklin is credited with the famous saying, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” No where is planning more important than the world of clinical trial patient recruitment and retention where historically the majority of sites fail to enroll what they plan and the majority of studies fail to enroll on time. Patient recruitment is complex and doesn’t happen by “spontaneous combustion”. This interactive session will explore the theory and practice of recruitment resource and action plans. Recruitment Resource Plans (RRPs) are critical for establishing clear expectations, budgets, resources and materials during the study start up phases. Recruitment Action Plans (RAPs) are essential documents for managing the implementation of recruitment and retention strategies. Together they translate ideas about tactics for building study awareness into actionable plans that sponsors, CROs and sites can use to ensure study success. In addition to evaluating these two documents, the session will take a fresh look at both traditional and new tactics for recruiting and retaining patients and how to best integrate the ideas into the plans.