Today’s clinical trials are more complex, requiring 65 to 85 percent more procedures, endpoints, collected data points and research sites than a few years ago. This complexity creates logistical challenges for clinical operations teams that result in a variety of problems. For example, sites not having IP for a patient visit, expired lab kits, lost biological samples and delayed resupply shipments. These clinical supply chain management problems contribute to increased costs, reduced productivity, decreased patient retention and threaten the success of clinical trials.
In this webinar, the featured speakers will cover the following topics:
- Facilitating collaboration between sponsors, CROs, sites, labs, vendors and biorepositories
- Obtaining real-time visibility into the location and status of IP, lab kits, samples and supplies
- Gaining traceable chain-of-custody for biological samples, IP, lab kits and supplies
- Ensuring compliance through protocol adherence and amendment harmonization
Register to explore the underlying causes of clinical supply chain management problems and discuss best practices to optimize them.
Hope Meely, Chief Clinical Officer, Slope
Hope started her career as a Data Manager at GlaxoSmithKline. From there, she became a clinical trial leader and senior project manager for companies such as Johnson and Johnson, AstraZeneca, Sanofi, Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Pharmaceutical Product Development, a clinical research organization. Hope has spent the last three years leading clinical operations for early phase oncology clinical trials at Prelude Therapeutics. Throughout her career, Hope has demonstrated passion for adopting innovative technologies that make clinical trial programs and studies more efficient. Now as a part of Slope’s executive team Hope will help clinical trial sponsors and research sites understand how replacing existing manual and paper-driven clinical supply chain processes with the Slope eCSCM platform will reduce clinical trial risk and costs, improve the productivity of clinical trial collaborators and increase subject retention.
Ethan Seville, Solutions Architect, Slope
Ethan is a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (ACRP) with certifications from NPCE, IATA and CITI. His expertise includes clinical research management, project management, site coordination, patient recruitment, quality assurance and regulatory compliance.
Who Should Attend?
- Vice Presidents, Directors and Managers of Clinical Operations
- Clinical Project Managers
- Clinical Research Coordinators
- Certified Clinical Research Professionals
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn:
- Why and how clinical trials are more complex today than 10 years ago
- The challenges created by the increasing complexity of clinical trial protocols
- The best practices to achieve a successful clinical trial through clinical supply chain optimization
Slope provides a web-based eClinical Supply Chain Management (eCSCM) platform for sponsors of phase I-II clinical trials. Slope fosters collaboration between sponsors, sites, CROs, vendors, labs, biorepositories, and couriers; provides real-time visibility into activities at research locations; ensures traceable chain-of-custody for supplies and samples in use, transit, and storage; and delivers improved protocol adherence and compliance through guided workflows and audit trails.