mindsON RBQM | Episode 9 - QTLs; Necessary but too complicated?

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October 20, 2022, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
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MyRBQM Academy by Cyntegrity

Targeted education helps clinical research teams embrace the implementation process and contribute to its success ensuring your organization's RBQM strategy has the components it needs to meet regulatory expectations.

Established in 2019, Cyntegrity's MyRBQM® Academy, units first-level online education, comprehensive instructor-led training, and practical case study workshops. Learn more at: www.cyntegrity.com

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Dr. Johann Proeve

Johann Proeve has over 35 years of experience as a biopharmaceutical industry expert, mainly in the former international role of Head of Global Data Management at Bayer AG. Besides being a much sought-after industry speaker, he brings data-driven realism to the table, ensuring that goals are implementable in the real world. Johann has a vast depth of experience in clinical research, which has been invaluable to many.

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Keith Dorricott, MBB

Keith has been a qualified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt since 2007. He has a solid background in the practical use of process improvement, business process re-engineering, and metrics in clinical trials. Having a wealth of experience across processes in clinical trials and being a frequent speaker at conferences such as SCOPE and the MCC Summit, Keith helps make the complex understandable. In his spare time, he also facilitates and provides thought leadership for workgroups at the MCC, such as Centralized Monitoring, eCOA, and Vendor Oversight.

July 1, 2021 William Clay

This was a great way to refresh the concepts from the My RBQM Green & Black Belt courses. Also, a good discussion of external factors that influence the data.

January 21, 2022 Jan Van Parijs

Great illustration of an extremely useful concept, with well-chosen practical examples that supplement and demonstrate the speaker's vast experience in clinical research and in applying RBM in practice. Combined with excellent "training" and explanation of "value added" process developed for MyRBQM.

April 6, 2022 Stacey Dudkowski

This was the first Webinar I have attended with you, but have registered for others. The content, dialogue, interactions and feedback were excellent.

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Description

Predefined Quality Tolerance Limits (QTLs) are mentioned in ICH E6 (R2) section 5.0. As significant deviations to QTLs need to be reported in the Clinical Study Report, setting up QTLs can be challenging. In this interactive session, after providing background, we will explore questions such as: Are QTLs and KRIs related? How do you define a QTL with thresholds? How do you determine if a deviation is essential? Can you change QTLs during a study? Does it make sense to create QTLs for the study level, the country level, and the site level? How many QTLs are reasonable? 

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About "mindsON RBQM" workshops: mindsON RBQM is a series of workshops that provides practical advice on the challenging aspects of an RBQM roll-out and its daily execution. Each workshop allows room for interactive dialogue and problem-solving exercises. We invite you to share your own experiences and participate in the interactive dialogue. If you prefer to listen and observe, that's okay as well.

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