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Thu, Sep 21

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A Clinical Research Nurse's Impact on the Conduct of Decentralized Clinical Trials

The need for informed and well-prepared clinical research nurses with practice knowledge around DCTs will continue to expand and change as more clinical research takes place outside of traditional settings. Join us for a presentation on how CRNs can promote safety for study participants.

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A Clinical Research Nurse's Impact on the Conduct of Decentralized Clinical Trials
A Clinical Research Nurse's Impact on the Conduct of Decentralized Clinical Trials

Time & Location

Sep 21, 2023, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT

Zoom link will be emailed

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About the event

The emergence of decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) in clinical research has the potential to diversify study populations, improve participant engagement, and reduce barriers for participation in research. Participants in DCTs, however, face additional clinical and privacy risks by consenting to study activities in nontraditional clinical trial sites. The Clinical Research Nurse (CRN) is ideally suited to lead efforts that ensure the protection and safety of clinical research participants who participate in DCTs. This presentation will discuss recent FDA guidance on the conduction of DCTs and how the CRN can drive initiatives that promote patient safety in accordance with the guidelines.

How to Receive Contact Hours for Nurse Attendees

· IACRN will be providing their members FREE continuing education credit.

· Non-IACRN members can choose at registration to attend the webinar for free or may choose to attend and obtain 1 continuing education credit for $10 (payment required upon registration).

·This program has met the requiremets set by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and has been approved for 1.0 contact hour by Boston Children's Hospital. Eligible nurse attendees, who present for 80% of the webinar and who complete the evaluation emailed post event, will receive a certificate of completion with their contact hour.

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