Methods That REALLY Work for Finding Study Opportunities
Webinar Date: March 8, 2016 @ 12:00 PM EST
Presenter: Steve Satek | Great Lakes Clinical Trials
Contact Hours: 1 Contact Hour Credit
How do successful sites identify new study opportunities to sustain and grow their clinical trial business? This webinar will share specific methods to find new study opportunities, effectively market your site, and create a Business Development Plan that works. Learn about the essential infrastructure, knowledge-base and resources that are needed at a site to support these vital functions. Furthermore, explore what to do once you establish a rapport with a Sponsor/CRO: How do you maintain trust and confidence in the relationship to earn repeat business?
- Learn the various methods of identifying new study leads and how to make the connection.
- Understand how to develop materials to effectively promote your site.
- Review communication methods to maintain strong sponsor relationships.
Steve Satek, President
Great Lakes Clinical Trials
Steve Satek brings more than 25 years of research experience to Great Lakes Clinical Trials. He began his career as a bench researcher at the Northwestern University Robert H. Lurie Cancer Center and since that time has held senior management positions at the Chicago Center for Clinical Research, Radiant Research, Cognitive Drug Research and Forenap Pharma. Prior to opening Great Lakes Clinical Trials, Steve served as the Senior Vice President for a nationally-recognized consulting group, where he specialized in the design, implementation, and management of central nervous system and clinical pharmacology research programs. In that role, he worked exclusively with 12 clinical pharmacology sites and 22 late phase research clinics across the U.S., which focused in the conduct of complex psychiatric and neurological trials.
Steve offers a diverse and thorough knowledge of clinical trial operations, which has been presented at over 20 industry conferences. In addition, he has project managed and/or coordinated over 100 trials. He holds two Bachelor of Science degrees in Molecular Biology and in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an Executive MBA from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.
Society for Clinical Research Sites, Inc. is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
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