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Innovation. Implementation. Collaboration.

See the future of clinical research at the ACRP Meeting & Expo. Learn from the influencers, innovators, and regulators driving change in clinical trial operations. You and your team will gain practical strategies to manage change, streamline operations, and minimize risk. Position yourself for success at the premier education and networking event for clinical research professionals.

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Program Highlights

Liz Wool

ICH GCP E6 R2 Revisions: Impact on the PI and Site
Liz Wool, Barnett International

Robert Romanchuck

Mastering Your Response to the Dreaded FDA Form 483
Robert Romanchuck, Shulman IRB

Asha Nayak

Wearables & Big Data: New Gold Standard for Clinical Trials
Asha Nayak, Intel Corp.

Amanda Alonso

Going Paperless: A Smart Way to Increase Site Efficiency and Save Resources
Amanda Alonso, Columbia University

Ryan Bailey

Putting Patient-Centric Principles into Practice
Ryan Bailey, Rho

Nadine Nemunaitis

Trends, Strategies & Tools for Achieving Informed Consent
Nadine Nemunaitis, Mary Crowley Cancer Research Centers

David Vulcano

2017 Update: U.S. Healthcare Regulatory Changes and their Impact on Clinical Research
David Vulcano, HCA

Matthew Roe

Investigator Attrition: Strategies to Turn the Tide
Matthew Roe, Duke Clinical Research Institute

Lisa Haney

Beyond Audit Survival: The Busy Professional's Guide to Audit Preparation
Lisa Haney, University of Colorado Cancer Center

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Putting Theory into Practice: 'Master Series'

New for 2017, the 'master series' is a new session format providing a deeper learning experience by allowing attendees to put theory into practical application. Each master series session is split into two parts: the first dedicated to concepts and theories, and the second dedicated to practical application in clinical trial operations.

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Tracks Aligned to Core Competencies

New for 2017, ACRP Meeting & Expo sessions are organized by tracks aligned with the Harmonized Core Competencies for Clinical Research Professionals. Tracks include:

Clinical Trial Operations (GCPs) Communication and Teamwork Data Management and Informatics Ethics and Participant Safety Considerations
Leadership and Professionalism Medicines Development and Regulation Scientific Concepts and Research Design Study and Site Management
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Attendee ROI Toolkit

Use this toolkit to gain employer support for your ACRP 2017 Meeting & Expo. Clearly show the return on investment you and your organization will enjoy as a result of our attendance, set goals for your participation, and track your progress toward them. The kit also includes a post-event summary sheet to outline the tangible resources you bring back to your organization.

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