8th Annual SCOPE Summit for Clinical Ops Executives

The 8th Annual SCOPE Summit will offer 3 stimulating days of in-depth discussions in 13 different conferences, 6 pre-conference workshops and 2 symposia focused on issues related to each aspect of clinical trial planning and management.

On Thursday, January 26 at 11:05am, BBK’s Head of Emerging Markets and Technologies Aaron Fleishman will present a session titled “Multi-channel, Multi-platform for Improved Patient Engagement” and share insights on how to implement company-wide innovations to achieve true patient centricity.

Additionally, Mr. Fleishman and Founding Principal Bonnie A. Brescia will participate in and chair a number of program sessions and roundtable discussions throughout the event, including:

Session: Reimagining the Patient Experience
Keynote Moderator: Bonnie A. Brescia (Session Chair)
Date: Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Time: 8:25am

Session: Rare Disease and Other Hard-to-find Populations: A Discussion about Adapting Traditional Patient Recruitment and Engagement Strategies for Today’s Most Challenging Studies
Speaker: Bonnie A. Brescia
Date: Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Time: 3:55pm

Session: What Does Patient Engagement Mean Today?: Developing an Overall Engagement Strategy to Better Engage, Gain Insights from, and Retain Patients
Roundtable Moderator: Aaron Fleishman
Date: Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Time: 3:55pm

Session: Best Practices in Patient-Centric Protocol Design and Trial Feasibility
Session Chair: Bonnie A. Brescia
Date: Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Time: 11:10am

Session: Improving the Clinical Trial Experience by Effectively Engaging Patients
Session Chair: Aaron Fleishman
Date: Thursday, 26 January 2017
Time: 8:35am

Read our media advisory for more details about bbk’s involvement at scope 2017.

Webinar: Reducing Risk of Lost To Follow-Up

Issues relating to patients lost to follow-up (LTFU) continue to challenge sponsors and sites – taking already limited time and budgets away from more critical clinical research efforts. Missing patients equals missing outcome measures and data, and can have a hugely negative effect on regulatory data submission. How can sponsors and sites ensure that they are implementing strategic best-practices to help prevent lost patients?

Join BBK’s webinar to learn more about how to greatly reduce LTFU and its costly impact. Experts in study start-up and patient retention will share experiences and advice on how to structure and support patient/site relationships to minimize patients lost to follow-up.

The webinar will cover:

  • Recommendations for informed consent elements that empower sites to maintain communication with patients – especially those who withdraw from active study participation
  • Best practices in supporting patients by removing logistical obstacles to ongoing participation
  • Approaches to determining participant vital status, when ongoing communication is truly lost
  • Global privacy and data regulations impacting participant follow-up
  • The ways in which all study stakeholders – including sponsors, CROs, sites– can develop more effective patient communication strategies

Featured Speakers:
Bonnie A. Brescia, Founding Principal, BBK Worldwide
Sarah Mandracchia, Director, Media and Research, BBK Worldwide

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Unable to attend? Register here for a free recording of the full presentation.