DSP Clinical Research Senior Executive to Present Talk on Becoming a Successful CRO Monitor at Industry Conference
PARSIPPANY, NJ, May 25, 2010 –
DSP Clinical Research’s Executive Director of West Coast Operations Brenda Reese will discuss “How to Go from Being a Good CRO Monitor to a GREAT CRO Monitor” at the Mastering Clinical Trial Monitoring Conference next month. DSP is a full service CRO that uses innovative approaches to successfully manage Phase I-IV clinical studies.
Research indicates that pharmaceutical companies will continue downsizing, restructuring and outsourcing clinical trials to CROs. This will increase the need for monitors who understand the CRO model, the preconceived opinions of a CRO monitor, site conceptions of a CRO monitor, and the job expectations of a CRO monitor.
Ms. Reese said, “A CRO’s success depends on its monitoring team. In my presentation I’ll offer sponsors, CROs and monitoring professionals insights and actionable advice they can use to become or attract outstanding CRO monitors.”
- Who: Brenda Reese, BSA, RN, CCRA & Executive Director of DSP Clinical Research West Coast Operations
- What: The Mastering Clinical Trial Monitoring Conference, sponsored by Barnett International and the Cambridge Health Tech Institute
- When: Friday, June 25, 10:20 am EDT
- Where: The Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, Mass.
- Why: Ms. Reese will provide guidance, practical tips, and case studies to help clinical research professionals become valuable CRO monitors
About DSP Clinical Research
DSP is a CRO that specializes in small to mid-size pharmaceutical and biotechnology company clinical trial management from setup to NDA submission. DSP has managed and/or monitored more than 50 Phase I – IV clinical trials in various therapeutic areas, with15 NDAs and 3 PMAs. DSP has developed proprietary proven internal SOPs and QA metrics to ensure that quality systems are in place and rigorously followed during every client’s clinical study. For more information on DSP, visit www.www.dspclinical.com, or call 973-265-1060.
Contact: Brenda Nashawaty, Nashawaty Communications, email@example.com, 617-688-3253.