ACRP Meets in Seattle for 2011 Global Conference


ACRP Seattle

ACRP Meets in Seattle for 2011 Global Conference

Seattle, WA plays host to the Association of Clinical Research Professionals’ (ACRP) annual Global Conference. ACRP is one of the larger professional organizations focusing on clinical trials and expects 2,000 participants. It will be the first time I have attended their Global Conference and I am looking forward to it. There will be sessions on “Introduction to Imaging in Clinical Trials” and on “Distance-Based Learning for Foreign Study Coordinators.” GxP Perspectives will be there for the entire conference (the pre-conference workshops have already begun) and among the sessions I look forward to is “Comparative Effectiveness Trials.” I am going to try to blog at least twice during the conference on issues I think are of concern to GxP Perspectives readers. If I am super industrious maybe I will blog from the ACRP Global Conference every day.

Here is a new feature that ACRP is offering:ACRP is pleased to announce that for the first time ever, two live-feed Plenary Sessions from the ACRP Global Conference & Exhibition will be broadcast FREE of charge. Join us May 1 for the Regulatory Affairs Public Forum featuring representatives from global regulatory agencies addressing issues facing clinical trials. Join us May 2 for Innovation & Global Health, a discussion by Tachi Yamada, MD, President, Global Health Program, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

For more information visit the ACRP Website on the Plenary Sessions

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Another highlight will be the May 1st session on “Your Site Doesn’t Need 60 SOPs, But How Many Does It Need?” The speakers are Christine Pierre, RN and Steven Steinbreuck, MPH and the author of a Guest Commentary on GxP Perspectives on Informed Consent Requirements. Remember, I am always looking for a good Guest Commentary. Send me a note and ask me how-

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Moriah Consultant’s Blog – Commentary by Michael Hamrell, one of the conference speakers
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