Take one day out to engage with your fellow principle investigators (PIs), clinical trial managers, coordinators, nurses and practitioners and build a plan to ensure oversight within your studies. By sharing in practical and strategic tools, you will leave this interactive workshop with new skills to ensure integrity and safety in your trial by achieving positive and productive oversight.
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By offering practical advice to your NHS clinical research team, this event will tackle important elements to support you to establish, maintain and facilitate oversight in your clinical research study. Book your place to:
- Ensure integrity and participant safety in your trial
- Understand what oversight is versus what it isn’t
- Establish where oversight goes wrong and how to prevent it
- Achieve effective and consistent oversight through effective contact
- Get the most out of practical examples and advice
- Utilise tools and communication skills to help with oversight
Attend this online NHS workshop from the comfort of your own home
Take away useful techniques and new skills to use in your day-to-day work routine:
- Evidenced based examples and communication skills: enhance your trial integrity and safety
- Interactive presentations: your concerns addressed with pro-active solutions
- Closed room discussions: benchmark and engage with your fellow attendees
- Agreed action plan: leave the workshop with the confidence to make changes
Registration and networking
Chair’s opening remarks and introductions
Defining, establishing, and facilitating oversight: how to ensure integrity in your trial
Question, answers and discussion with your chair
|Ensuring Participant Safety and Trial Integrity|
Establishing where oversight goes wrong and how to prevent it
Questions and answers
Interactive discussion: Where does oversight go wrong in your service and what can you do to prevent it?
Feedback from interactive discussion: Where does Oversight go wrong and what can you do to prevent it?
|How to Effectively Improve Oversight|
Maintaining and enhancing oversight within your research team
Interactive discussion: How to achieve positive and productive oversight
Feedback from interactive discussion: How to achieve positive and productive oversight
|Implementing oversight best practices and strategies|
Summary, conclusions and final questions
Agreeing an action plan: How you will enhance oversight in your service
Chair’s closing remarks and close of day
First-hand workshop leader experiences
Karl has been described as having “a versatile knowledge on research” with an established reputation for providing online workshops which are “efficient and accessible, with an intuitive format”. Karl will share his top tips and first-hand experiences, so that by the end of the workshop you will be on top of your game for ensuring oversight:
Karl is a Lead Nurse for Research and Innovation (Education) at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (LTHT). He works within R & I to support clinical research delivery throughout LTHT. He has extensive clinical, educational, research and leadership experience.
Karl is currently responsible for education and training for all staff involved in Research delivery and is the lead for the LTHT Research Academy. He acts as a source of expert advice in regulatory, governance and feasibility issues within the units he supports and the wider trust. Within the trust he has successfully developed, delivered and evaluated the package of training that is offered via the LTHT Research Academy. He is also a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) accredited Good Clinical Practice (GCP) facilitator and delivers educational sessions on GCP, research governance, informed consent and investigator oversight to all grades of research delivery staff at a local and regional level.
Until recently he was an expert committee member of a local Health Research Authority Research Ethics Committee and has served on national committees and steering groups for the Royal College of Nursing Research Society and is a current member of the Association of UK Lead Research Nurses (AUKLRN).
- £349 + VAT for one NHS or public sector place
- £299 + VAT (each) for two or three NHS or public sector places
- £599 + VAT for one commercial organisation place
You can reserve a no-obligation place whilst you apply for funding
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Developed to advance your trust’s clinical research oversight, this online workshop will be attended by Network and Academic Clinical Research Teams including:
- Principle Investigators
- Heads and Directors of Research
- RM&G and Research and Development Managers
- Trial Co-ordinators, Facilitators and Managers
- Clinical Research Nurses, Midwives and Practitioners
Past attendee feedback
"Delivered very well. I learnt a lot of stuff that I will be implementing in my work area. Thanks”East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust, Clinical Research Leadership and Management 2022
“Very good speaker, content and structure. Liked the breakout groups and use of personal experience and examples”Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Clinical Research Leadership and Management 2022
“The course was efficient and the topics were presented in an accessible, intuitive format which made it easy to stay engaged. The course was informative and inspires to reflect on my own practice as much as on the practice of the whole R&D team on every level”Devon Partnership NHS Trust, Clinical Research Leadership and Management 2022
“Brilliant experience, friendly setting where ideas are encouraged and welcomed”Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Clinical Research Leadership and Management 2021
“Really good, informative course with really good interactive sessions. Best leadership course I have attended yet as specific to my role in research”The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust, Clinical Research Leadership and Management 2021
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