With the current/recent global pandemic, many clinical trial sites had to adopt technology and adapt processes to allow remote work. This webinar continues our dive into decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) and their impact on clinical sites. The webinar explores how the increased use of technology is impacting the workforce.
During this review, we will discuss the implications of DCTs on traditional clinical research positions and what new roles will likely be needed. This webinar identifies new skills site staff will need to be successful when working in this new research environment.
Note: It is recommended that learners should complete the webinar Understanding Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs) and Virtual Study Visits prior to this webinar.
- Describe some technology solutions typically used in decentralized clinical trials (DCTs).
- Explore how traditional clinical research jobs at investigational sites are changing when conducting DCTs or trials that use many types of technology.
- Identify any new skills that are necessary to conduct clinical research in this new environment.
- Explore new positions and roles that may be needed for DCTs.
Sites, Graduate Students, Clinical Research Coordinators, Researchers, Students
Meet the Presenter
Kimberly Ray, BS – Clinical Research Consultant
Kimberly has more than 30 years’ experience in clinical research. She is retired from IQVIA where she was vice president of site and patient networks and successfully led IQVIA’s site network, Avacare. She is now a clinical research consultant and an advisory board member for Kits4Life.