6-Hour Virtual Seminar

6-Hour Virtual Seminar on Clinical Data Management - Part I

Product Id : 10202
Angela Bazigos

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$595.00 Recorded
$945.00 Corporate Recorded
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When new drugs or devices are tested in humans, the data generated by, and related to, these trials are known as clinical data. This data represents a huge investment by the biopharmaceutical or device company and is one of its greatest assets. It is this data that will eventually make a new product both useful as a treatment or therapy and marketable.

The management of clinical data, from its collection during a trial to its extraction for analysis, has become a critical element in the steps to prepare a regulatory submission and to obtain approval to market a treatment. As its importance has grown, clinical data management (CDM) has changed from an essentially clerical task in the late 1970s and early 1980s to the highly computerized specialty it is today.

This seminar is based on the current state of regulations and will cover the essential parts of the data management plan, study start up, study conduct, study closeout and study monitoring. 

A data management plan or DMP is a formal document that outlines how data are to be handled both during a research project, and after the project is completed. The goal of a data management plan is to consider the many aspects of data management, metadata generation, data preservation, and analysis before the project begins; this ensures that data are well-managed in the present, and prepared for preservation in the future.

Study start up activities include designing case report forms (CRFs), paper or computer; specifying cleaning rules (edit checks); building and testing the database; and releasing the study database to collect data. 

Study conduct activities include collecting the data on CRFs and via electronic files, cleaning that data, managing adverse event and serious adverse event collection, and producing reports. 

Study closeout focuses on ensuring the data is complete and of a quality to support final analysis. 

Study monitoring is an in-person evaluation carried out by sponsor personnel or representatives at the sites at which the clinical investigation is being conducted. On-site monitoring can identify data entry errors (e.g., discrepancies between source records and case report forms (CRFs)) and missing data in source records or CRFs; and assess compliance with the protocol and investigational product

Why you should attend

At the end of this class (Part I & Part II) attendees will be able to:

  • Define best practices as they apply to CDM processes
  • Describe CDM processes from study start-up to database lock
  • Apply best practice rationale when assessing data collection requirements/instruments
  • Evaluate the benefits of standardization in establishing CDM processes
  • Discuss current technology/methods of data collection and associated documentation

Who Will Benefit

  • New or aspiring Clinical Data Managers
  • Clinical Data Managers
  • Data Coordinators
  • Clinical Research Associates
  • Data Management Personnel
  • Biostatisticians
  • Regulators
  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Project Managers
  • Government employees at clinicaltrials.gov
  • College Students and New Graduates in a Scientific Field
  • This course is also ideal for "on-boarding" of individual new hires or entire teams

Lecture 1: CDM: The Reasons and The Requirements

  • GIGO = Garbage In, Garbage Out. Why we need good practices in data management
  • Presentation and overview of FDA GCP Guidelines on data management
  • NIH Policy (SOP 15, 17, 19)
  • 21 CFR Parts 11, 312.62, 812.140

Lecture 2: Elements in Developing a Data Management Plan

  • Choosing vendors and outsourcing
  • Data privacy and protection of subject data
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Monitoring and auditing of data
  • Handling Errors and Corrections
  • Storage and Transfer of Data

Lecture 3: Study Startup

  • Essential documents
  • Prior to Study Commencement
  • During Conduct of the Trial
  • After Completion/Termination of the Trial
  • CRF design and development (paper/e-CRF)
  • Database build and testing
  • Edit Checks preparation and testing

Speaker Profile
Angela Bazigos is the CEO of Touchstone Technologies Inc. She has degrees in Microbiology and Computing and 40 years of experience in the Life Sciences, Healthcare & Public Health Services.

Experience combines Quality Assurance, Regulatory Compliance, Business Administration, Information Technology, Project Management, Clinical Lab Science, Microbiology, Food Safety & Turnarounds. Past employers / clients include Royal Berkshire Hospital, Roche, Novartis, Genentech, PriceWaterhouseCoopers & Stanford Hospital. Positions include Chief Compliance Officer,Director of QA and MIS Director. Co-authored & prototyped 21 CFR 11 guidance with FDA. Co-authored Computerized Systems in Clinical Research w/ FDA & DIA Patent on speeding up software compliance https://www.google.com/patents/US8266578.

Recently quoted in Wall Street Journal for using training to bring regulatory compliance to the Boardroom includes training for Society of Quality Assurance.

Comments / collaborates with FDA on new guidance documents. Former President of Pacific Regional Chapter of Society of Quality Assurance. Stanford's Who's Who for LifeSciences.

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