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WEBINAR

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A Patient-Centered Path to Clinical Trial Success

Sponsored by CROMSOURCE

NOV.
12
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019 • 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST
Location: Your office or conference room (no need to travel!)

 

Keeping patients motivated and engaged is key to clinical trial success. And CROMSOURCE, a full-service, international contract research organization, knows how it is done.

Executives Kerry Dyson and Kris O’Brien are your instructors in a fast-paced hour focusing on case studies where patient engagement led to successful data capture and better outcomes.

Webinar Takeaways:

  • How to approach project planning for the best outcomes in patient participation
  • Case studies of successful patient engagement during actual trials
  • Viewing patients as research partners and steps to keep them involved
  • Sustaining engagement and motivation throughout a trial
  • Reviewing the patient journey: The path to greater focus on patients

Discover what you can do at each step of the clinical trial process to boost patient retention and completion. Sign up today for this worthwhile learning experience.

Who Should Attend

This webinar is aimed at the clinical trial community and pharma, biotech and device makers participating in clinical trials. Sign up if your job title includes:

  • Clinical operations
  • Outsourcing
  • Sourcing
  • Clinical development
  • Clinical project management
Meet Your Presenters

Kerry-Dyson-92x121Kerry Dyson, Global Head of Clinical Research
CROMSOURCE
Kerry Dyson is Global Head of Clinical Research, CROMSOURCE, with 20+ years’ experience in clinical operations. He appreciates the importance of respecting timelines, deliverables and study budgets.

Kris-OBrien-92x121Kris O’Brien, Director of Clinical Research
CROMSOURCE
Kris O’Brien is Director of Clinical Research, CROMSOURCE. With a background in nursing, she is a source of therapeutic expertise in numerous therapeutic areas. She is a sought-after international speaker and clinical research authority.