Online workshop:
Best Methods to Optimize Clinical Trial Processes


Best Methods to Optimize Clinical Trial Processes

When googling for clinical process optimization you get a lot of links and suggestions. Varying from optimal protocol design to clinical trial management systems. In this workshop we discuss what are the most critical aspects in the optimization process, how to select the right optimal tools for your organisation, stakeholder management and the improvements you can make by using KPIs to follow your clinical trial processes. 

 The topics will include:  
– Process focussing and selection of solutions 
– Stakeholder analysis with our knowledgeable guest and organisational psychologist Aart Brezet of Drives@Work
– Protocol digitization
– Togaf and Template repositories
– Process analysis and automating procedural document production
– Measuring and monitoring processes – KPIs and visualisation

This inspiring and interactive workshop will be online and live via zoom on Thursday 4 November, 16:00-18:00 CET / 10:00-12:00 EST. The content of the workshops is provided for free. However, we ask a small fee of € 25,- (including VAT) for registration and administration. This also assures a dedicated audience during the workshop. You can register for this workshop via the Register button below.

About the trainer(s):

Andy Richardson is a pharmacologist by original training and has worked in the pharmaceutical and CRO sectors for many years. His key interests are in the area of clinical trial operational efficiency and he has experience supporting projects across all phases of the study lifecycle in the areas of data management, statistical programming, standards, computer systems validation and systems implementation. He co-leads the PHUSE Emerging Trends and Technology workgroup and is a key contributor to the PHUSE KPI project.

Berber Snoeijer graduated in biomedical sciences at Leiden university in 1996 and started in clinical research in 1997.  During her career she has been the owner of a data driven CRO, set-up several different quality systems and improved processes as a manager and consultant. For efficient processes and use of the data, she experienced and used the skills of technical (software and database) engineering, process engineering and improving efficient utilization and interactions of people.
Nowadays, as the owner of ClinLine, she uses these skills and her knowledge to assess, design and improve business solutions and processes for clients on smaller and larger scale.
Berber is an experienced manager, data engineer/scientist and SAS programmer/designer. She followed several dedicated training courses including TOGAF and Lean Green Belt. In addition, she has extensive knowledge on the use and implementation of Real World Data solutions and digitization.