Complion presents Lessons Learned: How Top Performing Sites Manage eReg/eISF

Webinar: How Top Performing Sites Manage eReg/eISF

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Complion presents at upcoming SCRS webinar series

Rick Arlow, Complion’s Founder and CEO, will be presenting: “Lessons Learned: How Top Performing Sites Manage eReg/eISF” on Tuesday, May 24th at 12:00pm ET with SCRS (Society for Clinical Research Sites). Visit myscrs.org to learn more and register.

In this live webinar, discover how to do more with less while accelerating study start up with more efficient remote monitoring and RSDV. Mr. Arlow will look at some of the lessons learned from top research sites and provide a framework for evaluating eReg/eISF systems. He will also discuss how your site can be awarded more studies by having the digital infrastructure required for remote studies and how to improve partner collaboration.

Complion Webinar: Manage eReg/eISF

Sites encounter a variety of challenges when navigating the complex clinical trial ecosystem, especially when it comes to implementing a multitude of technologies. Attend this webinar and you will:

  • See how to improve study conduct and patient safety so you can add more investigators; manage amendments and study changes, compliantly, and faster
  • Learn best practices for rapid adoption following your SOP with less training and higher collaboration and oversight across sites and clinical staff
  • How to eliminate unnecessary interaction and redundancy while providing a higher quality and consistent service for your Sponsor and CRO requirements

Register

Complion is proud to partner with SCRS for this special webinar. Registration is free for SCRS Members.

About SCRS

Complion and SCRSThe Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) is an influential voice for sites and an active partner in industry-wide initiatives and dialogues with a focus on unifying the voice of the global clinical research site community for site sustainability. SCRS represents more than 9,500 research sites in 47 countries, and provides sites with a community dedicated to advocacy, education, mentorship and connectivity.

Learn more and register at myscrs.org.