2019 CRI Meeting Abstracts

2019 Abstracts and Posters


First Place

Electronic Informed Consent (eIC) Platform for Clinical Trials: An Operational Model and Suite of Tools for Consent Authoring, Obtaining Informed Consent, and Managing Consent Documents [Abstract] [Poster]
J. Lengfellner, M. Buckley, M. Koch, H. Pacheco, J. Levine, C. Hoidra, D. Damron, C. Houston, R. Cambria, A. Rodavitch, P. Sabbatini, E. Cottington
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Second Place

Implementation of an Oncology Clinical Research Merit-Based Recognition Program for Physicians [Abstract] [Poster]
T. Adrales Bentz, C. Britten, D. Berrier, D. Marshall
Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina

Third Place

MNCCTN: Challenges to Opening a State-Wide Network and the Pathway to Success - A 2-Year Perspective [Abstract] [Poster]
M.L. Rahne, R. Leed, C. Stibbe, J. Alkire
Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota


Abstracts and posters are organized by category, in alphabetical order by cancer center. 

♦ Featured Poster     * Poster Present at Meeting 

Categories:
Clinical Research Operations
Finance/CCSG/PRMS
Investigator-Initiated Trials
Regulatory
Training and Quality Assurance
Trial Recruitment and Disparities Research
Trial Start-up/Closure

 

Clinical Research Operations

1.* Multifunctional Staff Focus Groups as a Tool to Improve Employee Engagement of Clinical Trials Office Staff [Abstract] [Poster]
L. Lange, S. Bigelow, C. Brown, P. Dykema, D. Erickson, L. Jakovski
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University

2.* THAW – The Holistic Approach for Working in Cellular and Gene Therapy Clinical Trials [Abstract][Poster]
J. Gould, K. Shrestha, R. McCray, F. Brogan, D. Otap, M. Kelsen, M. Mapara, R. Reshef, A. Lassman
Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

3.* Implementation of an Oncology Clinical Research Merit-Based Recognition Program for Physicians [Abstract] [Poster]
T. Adrales Bentz, C. Britten, D. Berrier, D. Marshall
Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina

4.* Full Integration of the Gynecology Oncology Research Operations Under the IU Simon Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office [Abstract] [Poster]
M. Contreraz, S. Edwards, L. Vaughn, K. Miller
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center

5.* Developing an Automated Deviation Reporting and Electronic PI Attestation Process [Abstract] [Poster]
L. Rohn, J. Nichols, A. Semla, S. Asche, J. Leiriao
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center

6.* Development of a Systematic Review of Molecular Testing Increases Precision Medicine Based Clinical Trial Screening and Awareness [Abstract] [Poster]
M. Lasowski, B. George, B. Oleson, J. Thomas
Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center

7.* Electronic Informed Consent (eIC) Platform for Clinical Trials: An Operational Model and Suite of Tools for Consent Authoring, Obtaining Informed Consent, and Managing Consent Documents [Abstract] [Poster]
J. Lengfellner, M. Buckley, M. Koch, H. Pacheco, J. Levine, C. Hoidra, D. Damron, C. Houston, R. Cambria, A. Rodavitch, P. Sabbatini, E. Cottington
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

8.* Reducing Overhead During Study Startup With System Integrations [Abstract] [Poster]
N. VanKuren1, R. Jones2, A. Garcia2
1Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson Health; 2Florence Healthcare

9.* Connecting the Supply Chain [Abstract] [Poster]
D.P. Mudaranthakam1, J. Thompson1, D. Streeter1, G. Marikanti1, R. Jensen1, M. Mayo1, A. Chahal2, S. Yadav2, J. McIlwain2
1The University of Kansas Cancer Center; 2Velos


10.Data Analytics on Data Reporting: Building on Current Tools to Transform Available Data Into Useful Tools [Abstract] [Poster]
K. Cha, A. Skafel, M. Kock, E. Pon
UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

11.* Implementation and Application of the Ontario Protocol Assessment Level Tool at the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center [Abstract] [Poster]
M. Kock, C. Aoun, K. Cha, A. Skafel
UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

12.* Creating a Clinical Research Network [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Yost, L. Curran, A. Skafel, M. Feng, E. Small
UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

13.* Building a Clinical Career Ladder [Abstract] [Poster]
S. Belanger, S. Ladd
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

14.* Deployment of a Cancer Population Science Clinical Research Navigator to Improve Engagement With CPS Investigators [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Anderson, A. Ivey, T. George
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

15.* A Data Informed Approach to Staffing Using OnCore [Abstract] [Poster]
L. Pettiford, A. Ivey, H. Koranne, W.J. Stokes, T. George
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

16.* Institutional Perspectives on Cancer Community Activation Timelines [Abstract] [Poster]
S. Stewart1, W. Tate2, L. Hilty2
1University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center; 2Forte Research Systems

17.* A Task-Based Automated Comprehensive Assessment Tool for Clinical Trial-Associated Workload [Abstract] [Poster]
J. Plassmeyer, D. Cleary, C. Muniz, T. Doebler, B. Crocker, K. Yee, K. Richter, B. Pappu
UPMC Hillman Cancer Center

18.* Creating the Standard for Specialized Nurse Training in the Phase I Clinical Trials Setting [Abstract] [Poster]
C. Belmore, J. Bourgeois, J. Warren, C. Lewis, R.D. Harvey, T. Mann
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University

19.* Designing a Phase I Clinical Trial Unit: A Multidisciplinary Collaborative Approach [Abstract] [Poster]
C. Lewis1, A. Kim2, M. Childress1, T.K. Owonikoko1, M.A. Bilen1, B. El-Rayes1, J. Bourgeois1, H. Collins1, C. Belmore1, T. Williams1, J. Warren1, M. Goodman1, K. Culver1, M. Williams1, E. Barton-Judson1, S. John2, R.D. Harvey1
1Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University; 2Simpler Consulting, an IBM Company

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Finance/CCSG/PRMS

20. CTO Financial Dashboard [Abstract
A. Bowler, E. Bake, C. Ross
Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah

21.* What’s in a Pre-Review? Establishing a Streamlined Method for Ensuring Quality Submissions to Protocol Review Committees [Abstract] [Poster]
J. Migliacci, A. McKeown, A. Motta, D. Diaz-Leyton, C. Kolenut, X. Lekperic, K. Napolitano, C. Ryan, S. Hanley, A. Rodavitch
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

22.* Re-Envisioning Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Data and Safety Monitoring Committee [Abstract] [Poster]
X. Lekperic, K. Napolitano, S. Hanley, C. Kolenut, A. Rodavitch, C. Houston, E.M. O'Reilly
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

23.Enhancing the Capture of Oncology Study Activity via Scientific Review and IRB Collaboration [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Anderson, T. George, A. Ivey
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

24.* Establishment of a Zero Tolerance Policy to Eliminate Non-Performing Studies [Abstract] [Poster]
T. George, A. Ivey, A. Anderson, T. Guinn
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

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Investigator-Initiated Trials

25.Investigator-Initiated Trial Activation: Increasing Collaboration With a Protocol Navigator [Abstract] [Poster]
K. Thorne, S. Clement
Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah

26.* Multicenter Investigator-Initiated Trial Prioritization [Abstract] [Poster]
L. Sego, A. Bauchle, M. Darling, K. Miller, P. Loehrer, S. Farag, S. Edwards
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center

27.* Implementation of a Concept Development Program for Investigator-Initiated Trials [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Ivey A. Daniels, T. George
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

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Regulatory

28.* SOP Implementation for Managing CIRB Studies in Data Analysis Only Status [Abstract] [Poster]
S. Edwards1, B. Johnson2, I. SerVaas2
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center1, Indiana University2

29.* How to Implement a Master Delegation of Authority Process Across a Clinical Trials Office [Abstract] [Poster]
L. Rohn, T. Detty, A. Semla, S. Asche, K. Ackerman
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center

30.* Driving Innovation Through Regulatory and Product Development Magic [Abstract] [Poster]
R. Ellis, A. Yadav, L. Shrestha, A. Ho, S. Oliver, O. Hauke
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

31.* GOING LIVE With an e-Regulatory System: Lessons Learned in Managing the Change Process During an e-Regulatory Rollout at a Comprehensive Cancer Center [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Drawz1, K. Akula1, C. Passaglia1, M. Hurley2
1Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University; 2Complion, Inc.

32. Overcoming the Burden of Paper Regulatory Binders Through eReg and eSignature Implementation [Abstract]
A. Green, M. Brown, K. Linsenmeyer, J. Gonzalez
The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, James Cancer Hospital & Solove Research Institute

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Training and Quality Assurance

33.* The Elephant in the Room – Onboarding of New Staff in an Evolving Research Landscape Plagued by Turnover [Abstract] [Poster]
D. Farhat, J. Ventimiglia, E. Horvat, L. Casetta, J. Mancini
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University

34.* Interactive Web-Based Imaging Response Assessment Training Application for Cancer Clinical Trials [Abstract] [Poster]
T. Urban, E. Ziegler, B. Somarouthu, D. Rukas, M. Leary, B. Beardmore, E. Correa, G. Basinsky, A. Van den Abbeele, G. Harris  
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School

35.* Risk-Based Monitoring as a Mechanism to Inform DSMC Practices [Abstract] [Poster]
T. Negri, D. Otap, M. Kelsen, F. Brogan, L. Blumberg, S. Kelly, J. Wang, M. Galazyn, J. Jurcic
Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

36.* How to Be a Principal Investigator: A Practical Training Program for Investigators [Abstract] [Poster]
R. Kingsford, D. Pitt, S. Low, L. Weaver, J. Moehle, A. Cohen, T. Werner 
Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah


37.* Increasing Minority Oncology REpresentation (MORE) in Clinical Trials [Abstract] [Poster]
S. Milescu, L. Vaughn, A. Al-Hader, S. Rawl, M. Contreraz, K. Miller
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center

38.* The Case for a Designated Clinical Research Educator [Abstract] [Poster]
M. Gray, R. Selle, B. Oleson, J. Thomas
Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center

39.* Developing a Standardized Library of Informed Consent Language to Ensure Consistency and Quality Across Clinical Studies at a Large Academic Medical Center [Abstract] [Poster]
S. Briggs, C. Hoidra, D. Massengill, M. Kehoe, E. Valentino, E. Chamberlain, J. Larkin, K. Rolla, R. Cambria, C. Houston, A. Rodavitch
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

40.* Standardization and Unification of Deficiency Language in Auditing and Monitoring [Abstract] [Poster]
M. McGinn, K. Yataghene
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

41.* Using Centralized Review of Queries to Improve Data Integrity, a Canadian Clinical Trials Perspective [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Goyal, E. Strom, S. Duric, S. Pardhan, S. Mulumba, J.M. Veigas, D. Gutierrez, R. Yogananthan, T. Jayasinghe, K. Sabate, M. Kirchmeyer, M. Artemakis, A. Topalovich, L. Baumann
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network

42.* Deciding How to Decide: Let Your Values Be Your Guide [Abstract] [Poster]
J. Edwards, C. Knoerle, D. Jenkins, N. Wallace
Siteman Cancer Center

43.* Creating a Positive QA Team Image and Strengthening the Auditor/Research Team Relationship [Abstract] [Poster]
C. Knoerle, J. Edwards, D. Jenkins, N. Wallace
Siteman Cancer Center

44.* Epic Transitions: How to Prepare Your Staff for Enterprise-Wide Change [Abstract] [Poster]
E. Menne, K. Williams, E. Hawkins
Siteman Cancer Center

45.* The Critical Need for Consistent Training for Clinical Research Professionals [Abstract] [Poster]
K. Jelinek, R. Amoah
The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, James Cancer Hospital & Solove Research Institute

46.* Help is on the Way: A CTMS Training Solution at an NCI-Designated Cancer Center [Abstract] [Poster]
M. Farris, J. de Jong
The University of Kansas Cancer Center

47.* Peer-to-Peer Quality Chart Review [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Skafel, P. Steiding, S. Barajas, A. Ferdinando
UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

48.* Heat Mapping Noncompliance to Better Target the Extent of Corrective and Preventive Action Plans and Training [Abstract] [Poster]
J.K. Morrison, S. Scott
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

49.* Educating the Next Generation of Clinical Researchers [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Ivey, L. Pettiford, T. George
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

50.* Evolving Recruitment Strategies through the Development of a Research Nurse Residency Program for New Graduates [Abstract] [Poster]
J. Feliu, D. Cline, B. Showalter
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

51.* Winship Clinical Trials Office CRC/CRN and Data Manager Orientation Program [Abstract] [Poster]
T. Kurilo, J. Presley
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University

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Trial Recruitment and Disparities Research

52.* Trial Recruitment & Disparities Research: How Multicenter Institutional Studies Can Improve Enrollment [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Bauchle, L. Sego, S. Edwards
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center

53.* MNCCTN: Challenges to Opening a Statewide Network and the Pathway to Success - A 2-Year Perspective [Abstract] [Poster]
M.L. Rahne, R. Leed, C. Stibbe, J. Alkire
Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota

54.* Planting a Seed: How Bringing Research to the Community Can Blossom Into Patients Making Informed Health Care Decisions and Participating in Clinical Trials [Abstract] [Poster]
C. Moss, E. Meisler, K. Hunt, D. Allen, C. Hugney, S. Abraksia
The Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center

55.* C3OD, An Abstraction and Recruitment Tool [Abstract] [Poster]
D.P. Mudaranthakam, J. Thompson, D. Streeter, B. Gajewski, D. Koestler, M. Mayo, R. Jensen 
The University of Kansas Cancer Center

56.* The Impact of Modifying Eligibility Criteria on Accrual to Cancer Clinical Trials [Abstract] [Poster]
D.P. Mudaranthakam1, J. Thompson1, D. Streeter1, J. Unger2, M. Fleury3
1The University of Kansas Cancer Center; 2Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; 3American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network

57.* Enhancing Accruals via Automated Performance Monitoring [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Ivey, T. George, A. Anderson, W.J. Stokes, H. Koranne
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

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Trial Start-up/Closure

58.* Clinical Trials Office New Study Committee: A Streamlined and Collaborative Approach for Clinical Trial Portfolio Management [Abstract] [Poster]
K. Krul, S. Bigelow, M. Kelley, L. Lange
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University

59.* The Need for Speed: Piloting a Study Activation Committee [Abstract] [Poster]
S. Flores, N. Sender, L. Blumberg, L. Segall, S. Mistretta, J. Wang, L. Butaud-Rebbaa, Q.-D. Quiles, T. Negri, M. Kelsen, F. Brogan, D. Otap, N. Rizzo
Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

60.* Improving Efficiency and Time Management During the Site Selection Process: A Collaborative Approach [Abstract] [Poster]
L. Lujan, S. Sharry, J. Moehle, T. Werner, E. Constantz, J. Espinosa, S. Fairbairn, B. Johnson
Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah

61.* Interdisciplinary Approach to Research Biopsy Acquisition in Oncology Clinical Trials [Abstract] [Poster]
K. Schroeder1, J. Roessler2, S. Zindars1, M. Rau1, E. Polak2, J. Fleischman1
1Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center; 2Froedtert Hospital

62.How Does a Master CDA Affect Timelines? [Abstract] [Poster]
C. Mackay1, J. King2
1The University of Kansas Cancer Center; 2Covance

63.* Value of Centralized Pre-Study Process [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Roberts, S. Davidson, N. Streeter, C. Mackay
The University of Kansas Cancer Center

64.* Enhancing the Voice of Clinical Research Staff in the Trial Feasibility Process [Abstract] [Poster]
A. Daniels, A. Anderson, A. Ivey, T. George, L. Pettiford
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

65.* Increasing Activation Transparency With Research Insights Dashboards [Abstract] [Poster]
E. Rocco, N. Licht, N. O'Dell, R. Arzoomanian, T. Johnson
Yale Cancer Center, Yale School of Medicine

66.* Empowering Study Teams to Improve Clinical Trial Activation Timelines [Abstract] [Poster]
E. Rocco, N. Licht, N. O'Dell, T. Johnson, R. Arzoomanian
Yale Cancer Center, Yale School of Medicine

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