Clinical Trials Budgeting Seminar
The Northern Alberta Clinical Trials and Research Centre is hosting a one day hands-on, interactive seminar on clinical trials budgeting. This seminar was created for clinical researchers, study coordinators, research assistants, administrators, and finance managers to enhance their skills in budgeting, negotiating and overall financial management of clinical trials. The seminar is intended for beginner and intermediate skilled research staff involved in industry-initiated / pharma-sponsored (not PI/grant supported) clinical trials and finance management.
Attendees will be led by a team of experts in clinical trials budgeting who will share their experience, knowledge, lessons learned and tips. The format of the seminar will be a mixture of lectures, individual work, one-on-one guidance and group discussion. A sample protocol, mock sponsor budget template and contract financials terms will be used as tools to guide individuals through analyzing the budget requirements, preparing a counter-offer, negotiating a Win-Win solution, and managing the study budget from contract execution to study conclusion.
After taking this seminar, attendees will be able to effectively analyze, negotiate and maintain a financially sustainable clinical trials budget and enhance the use of existing site budget tools and a Clinical Trials Management System (CTMS). The entire seminar must be attended to receive a course certificate.
This seminar is being delivered by Prime Site Research Solutions Inc. Prime Site group is a team of experts who have been working with numerous researchers and sites to support financial management and site operations. They have reviewed and negotiated over 1,000 study budgets and have over 25 cumulative years of experience in running Clinical Trials in Alberta and British Columbia.
Seminar topics include:
- Budget Analysis and Preparation- the “how” skills to review a budget and construct a template
- Budget Negotiation- the “how” skills to successfully negotiate a budget
- Finance Tracking and Quality Assurance- the “how” tools to track to ensure a sustainable project
Things to bring:
- Laptop with excel or google sheets
Date: Saturday, December 8, 2018
Place: Lister Conference Centre, University of Alberta
87 Avenue & 116 Street, Edmonton AB T6G 2H6
Cost: $450, with continental breakfast, snacks and hot lunch will be provided
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