On-Demand Webinar: Ad-Hoc Reporting: Are We Improving Data Quality or Operational Efficiencies?

Presented by Maxine Pestronk

Webinar Details:


Recorded on April 8, 2015

Duration: 60 minutes

 

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Are you looking to improve the quality of your data for analysis or the methodology of collecting your data? Are these ideas mutually exclusive to the use of ad-hoc reporting?

This webinar will provide practical insights and best practices for ad-hoc reporting during the data management phase of your clinical trial. Topics will cover:

  • Reviewing the differences and similarities between ‘data’ reporting and ‘operational’ reporting
  • When each are used – by whom and when
  • Examples of how each works toward the goal of quality data

About the Presenters:

Maxine Pestronk, MS, RD, LDN, CCDM

Webinar Presenter

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Maxine Pestronk has been in the clinical trial industry since 1993. Having worked for contract research organizations, EDC software vendors, and pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, Maxine has an array of experiences in the field of Clinical Data Management. Many of Maxine's years in the industry were in roles related to training of data managers, reengineering process for conducting studies using EDC systems, and demonstrating the usefulness of quality metric programs. Maxine has also been a member of the SCDM Online Courses Committee since 2009 and has authored six online courses and three webinars for SCDM. Maxine has a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems, is a licensed and registered Dietitian (RD / LDN), and is proud to be a Certified Clinical Data Manager (CCDM®). Maxine has recently launched a new business endeavor, Passion for Clinical Data Management, which is an online training platform for Clinical Research.

Kristina Lopienski

Webinar Host

Kristina Lopienski

Kristina is a Product Marketing Manager at Forte and lead marketer for Overture EDC, a user-friendly electronic data capture system with an elegant design and easy-to-navigate user interface,​ that fully supports compliance with 21 CFR Part 11.