Training Program Title
Building Processes and Procedures to Ensure Your Site is Audit-Ready
CTSA Hub Administered
Training Program Description
As any clinical research professional knows, auditing and monitoring are an inevitable part of participating in clinical trials. When facing an FDA or sponsor audit, it’s important to know what types of inquiries you’ll face and how to respond to them. While your site may be compliant, ensuring that your staff can properly respond to questions and access documentation is crucial.
In this webinar, Stuart Cotter, Forte’s Director of Product Success and former Forte eReg Product Manager, and MaryAnn Kempker, Forte’s Computer System Validation Project Manager, provide insight into how your site can proactively plan for audits and monitoring visits.
Clinical research, Clinical trial, Audits, Inspections, Monitoring, Safety monitoring
Digital Commons Disciplines
Cost to Access
Clinical Trials Operations; Study and Site Management
- What is typically audited and monitored during a clinical trial
- Defining roles and responsibilities to prepare for audits and monitoring
- Building a risk-based approach to 21 CFR Part 11 validation
- How to test if your site is truly audit-ready
Principal Investigators; Clinical Research Professionals (other than PI)