The AACI Clinical Research Innovation (CRI) Steering Committee and CRI Education Committee have selected three abstracts from 66 submissions for formal presentation at the 11th Annual AACI CRI Meeting
, July 9-11, in Chicago.
Winning abstract authors represent Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina; and Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota. The concepts presented illustrate the creative and thoughtful methods that are being employed at AACI cancer centers to address clinical trials process issues.
All abstract authors have been invited to present a poster at the 11th Annual AACI CRI Meeting poster session. The three winning abstracts
will be presented individually during a formal meeting program session. On behalf of the AACI CRI Steering Committee and CRI Education Committee, we thank all submitters for their participation.
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]
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
Implementation of an Oncology Clinical Research Merit-Based Recognition Program for Physicians [Abstract]
T. Adrales Bentz, C. Britten, D. Berrier, D. Marshall
Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina
MNCCTN: Challenges to Opening a State-Wide Network and the Pathway to Success - A 2-Year Perspective [Abstract]
M.L. Rahne, R. Leed, C. Stibbe, J. Alkire
Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota
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