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  • Nov 18, 2021

2021 REKS Summer Series Recording: Pathway to Decentralized Clinical Trials

2021 REKS Summer Series Recording: Pathway to Decentralized Clinical Trials

The goal of this series is to discuss new developments in regulations affecting decentralized clinical trials. 

  • "Introduction to Decentralized Clinical Trials" featuring Nichelle Cobb (SMART IRB) - June 16th | Watch Recording
  • "Options for In-Home Clinical Trial Visits" featuring Petros Okubagzi (MedStar) - June 30th | Watch Recording
  • "E-Consent" featuring Mary Anne Hinkson (MedStar) - July 14th | Watch Recording
  • "Remote Informed Consent" featuring Stephen Hansen (FDA) - July 28th | Watch Recording
  • "Using Telehealth Technology for Virtual Clinical Trial Visits" featuring Heidi Maloni (VAMC) - August 11th | Watch Recording
  • "Remote Clinical Trial Monitoring" featuring Shaunagh Browning (ORQA) - August 25th | Watch Recording
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