Event: SCDM 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
SCDM 2017 Annual Conference | September 24-27, 2017
Don't miss panelist Melissa Lamb, Director of Data Management during Session 12: US and Europe Data Management after the Offshoring Efforts on Tuesday, September 26 from 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM.
It has been over 10 years since CROs and pharma companies began offshoring data management activities. What has changed for data managers in the US and Europe? What does this mean for the future of data managers in the US, Europe and these low cost countries? Has this really saved costs? Are there good processes in place to ensure and measure quality? Do staff in all of these roles have access to the training they need? Do staff in low cost countries have the opportunity to progress in their careers? Do people see further changes coming in their companies? This panel discussion will discuss the answer to these and other questions and open the floor up to the audience to share their thoughts and experiences.
Session Chair: Susan Howard, Director, Data Management, Adaptimmune, LLC
Melissa Lamb, Director of Data Management, Advanced Clinical
Derek Perrin, Senior Director, Clinical Data Management, Astellas Pharma
Kate Solomon, CCDM, Senior Lead Data Manager, PRA Health Sciences
Describe the type of role changes that occurred in companies who utilized offshoring
Identify best practices that companies have utilized through the offshoring efforts
Understand the rationale for companies that did not utilize offshoring
Identify at least 3 challenges related to offshoring for those in the US and Europe
Session Level: Novice – Assumes some knowledge of the CDM industry; 1 year experience
CDM Certification Competencies:Clinical Trials Processes, Roles, and Responsibilities, CRF Tracking and Communication of Data Trends, Data Management Plans
Target Audience: Study Data Manager, DM Manager, Programmer
The Society for Clinical Data Management (SCDM) is a non-profit, international organization of 2,200+ members, created to advance the discipline of Clinical Data Management.
SCDM strives to become the discipline’s world leading advocate.
SCDM is organized exclusively for educational purposes. Through collaborations and partnerships, the Society creates a network of professionals driving the industry forward and create new offerings that will support Clinical Data Management professionals, from all horizons and career levels.
To fulfil its educational purposes, SCDM offers educational programs – available both in-person and online.
The Society also produces some key publications:
The award-winning standard Good Clinical Data Management Practices (GCDMP©)
The quarterly digital peer-reviewed journal Data Basics and
The bi-monthly e-newsletter Data Connections
Furthermore, SCDM has created a certification program (CCDM™) to further support the profession.
Founded in the United States, SCDM now has a large presence around the world.