The Trial Innovation Network is a new collaborative initiative within the CTSA Program and is composed of three key organizational partners – the CTSA Program Hubs, the Trial Innovation Centers (TICs), and the Recruitment Innovation Center (RIC).
The vision for the Trial Innovation Network is to innovatively address critical roadblocks in clinical trials and accelerate the translation of novel interventions into life-saving therapies. The Trial Innovation Network is a collaborative national network that focuses on operational innovation, operational excellence and collaboration and will leverage the expertise and resources of the CTSA Program. The Trial Innovation Network will feature a single IRB system, master contracting agreements, quality by design approaches, and a focus on evidence-based strategies to recruitment and patient engagement.
The goal of the Trial Innovation Network is to not only execute trials better, faster, and more cost-efficiently but, importantly, to be a national laboratory to study, understand and innovate the process of conducting clinical trials.
The investigators are currently building the key elements of the Trial Innovation Network. The goal is to start early projects as soon as possible and collaborate with other NIH Institutes and partners to launch clinical trials in 2017.
This webinar is presented in collaboration with the CTSA Recruitment & Retention Working Group.
Successful recruitment starts with determining the who, where, when and how of recruitment streams. The newly launched NYU-CTSI Recruitment eBook, “Tools and Considerations for Recruitment into Clinical Trials and Health Research” addresses many important questions in recruitment planning such as, where potential participants will be screened, how best to approach potential participants, and considerations for the cohort’s condition, ethnicity, race, and age-related factors.
This webinar will compare novel and traditional recruitment strategies for community-based studies. We will discuss online advertisements, recruitment websites, and A/B testing tools for modern-day recruitment.
Universal consent is being discussed and implemented at many of the CTSA hubs. Join this webinar to hear from colleagues about what has been implemented at their institutions including what is working well, issues to consider, and roadblocks to avoid. There will be time for discussion so come prepared to contribute!
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