The AACI Clinical Research Innovation (CRI) Steering Committee, with the assistance of peer reviewers from CRI committees, have selected three abstracts from 62 submissions for formal presentation at the 13th Annual AACI CRI Meeting, July 13-15.
Winning abstract authors represent University of Cincinnati Cancer Center; University of Florida Health Cancer Center; and Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. The concepts presented illustrate the creative and thoughtful methods that are being employed at AACI cancer centers to address issues within the clinical trials process. The three winning abstracts will be presented individually during a virtual session on Wednesday, July 14.
Additionally, the CRI Steering Committee has selected seven abstracts, one from each category, for honorable mention. These abstracts will be presented during a virtual poster session immediately following the three abstract winners' presentations.
On behalf of the AACI CRI Steering Committee, we thank all abstract authors for their participation.
Electronic Source Documentation in EPIC Reduces Key Audit Findings and Aids in Remote Coordinating and Auditing [Abstract]
N. Kurtzweil, M. Marcum, T. Wise-Draper
University of Cincinnati Cancer Center
A Catalyst for Success: How the I2T3 is Transforming IIT Development at UFHCC [Abstract]
E. Monari, A. Ivey, T. George, A. Anderson
University of Florida Health Cancer Center
Doing More with Less: The Adoption of Slot Management Practices to Drive Resource Allocation in the Clinical Trials Office [Abstract]
Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center