DrugDev Hosts New Educational Webinar “Good Measure: Driving Site Performance with Metrics-Based Communication” April 2 with Site Performance Experts Beth Harper and Bryan Farrow
DrugDev will present an educational webinar “Good Measure: Driving Site Performance with Metrics-Based Communication” on April 2 2015 featuring Beth Harper President of Clinical Performance Partners Inc. and DrugDev Director of Trial Site Experience Bryan Farrow. The complimentary webinar featuring an interactive and evidence-based discussion will provide actionable steps to improve your site performance.
Webinar: Good Measure: Driving Site Performance with Metrics-Based Communication
Speakers: Beth Harper President of Clinical Performance Partners Inc. and Bryan Farrow Director Trial Site Experience DrugDev
Date: April 2 2015
Time: 10:00-11:00am EDT
This webinar is complimentary
At the conclusion of the webinar and interactive Q&A attendees should be able to:
- Explain why metrics are so powerful and identify which ones matter most
- Develop a site performance report template
- Recognize and reinforce the behaviors of top performing sites
- Energize lagging sites through transparent reporting of their performance
- Carry out a root cause analysis of site performance issues
- Lead a productive supportive and fact based discussion with sites to maximize their performance
About the Speakers
Beth Harper is the President of Clinical Performance Partners Inc. a clinical research consulting firm specializing in enrollment and site performance management and facilitating productive sponsor-site relationships. Beth leverages her 30 years of site SMO CRO Pharma Consulting Training and Service Provider experiences both domestically and internationally to identify solutions for optimizing the clinical trials process.
Bryan Farrow is the Director of Trial Site Experience for the TrialNetworks study platform by DrugDev. Bryan is responsible for creating content that engages and educates study members spread across the globe pioneered site-specific “report cards” and incorporates trial site feedback into network enhancements.