Clinical Trial Data: Good Documentation Practices

WVCTSI will begin a new four-part Clinical and Translational Research Seminar Series focusing on clinical trials. During the first installment in this new series, Tanya Moran, MS, WVCTSI senior quality assurance and auditing manager, and Shelley Welch, RN, MSHS, CCRC, WVCTSI clinical research services manager, will present “Clinical Trial Data: Good Documentation Practices.”

This seminar will be held Friday, April 20 from 1 to 2 p.m. in room 301 of the WVU Health Sciences Center Erma Byrd Biomedical Research Building. Contact Renice Gray at renice.gray@hsc.wvu.edu for additional information. RSVP Here. WVCTSI members at partner sites can view this seminar remotely via Zoom.

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