CSSi Executive to Be Featured Speaker at Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Southeast Conference in March CSSi President, Chris Trizna, to address strategies in meeting difficult patient recruitment and retention goals
GLEN BURNIE, Md., Feb. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CSSi, the leader in patient recruitment solutions for the clinical research industry, is pleased to announce their participation in the annual Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Southeast conference sponsored by Arena International.
Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Southeast has become the leading venue for the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries in North Carolina and the Southeast United States. Now in its 3rd year, OCT Southeast will take an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities facing small to medium drug developers and their clinical partners. The conference will be held March 4-5 in Cary, NC and will provide an essential platform for biotech, pharma and medical device professionals from North Carolina and surrounding states, to discuss specific challenges, identify key opportunities and network with peers and partners in the Southeast region. As a featured sponsor of the conference, CSSi will be leading a roundtable discussion focusing on understanding strategies to overcome enrollment and recruitment challenges in a competitive environment. CSSi will also be featured in the exhibit hall, presenting information on their innovative approach to patient recruitment and enrollment solutions.
CSSi President Chris Trizna will be hosting a roundtable discussion on March 4th at 1:15pm. Trizna describes, "Enrollment planning takes analysis, collaboration, and preparation to set your study up for success--- and to ultimately recruit patients at a higher rate." The discussion will focus on how difficult protocols and competitive enrollment add up to potential challenges in meeting patient recruitment and retention goals. "Our workshop is designed so that attendees can learn from our expertise and best practices for implementing winning recruitment and enrollment tactics and come away with a plan of action for difficult recruitment challenges," explains Trizna. "Enrollment planning, in and of itself, is not complicated," shared Trizna. "Those who don't take the time to make it happen, and monitor their team through the process, often find that their study is unsuccessful--- either by missing timelines, not meeting the intended goals or exceeding the budget."
Arena International Events run the well-respected and extremely popular Clinical Outsourcing Portfolio in locations across North America and Europe, including San Francisco, Philadelphia, Boston, North Carolina, Toronto, Zurich, Copenhagen and more. Over 2,000 industry professionals have attended one of the Outsourcing in Clinical Trials events last year, making it an amazing platform for networking and sharing clear-cut experiences. To learn more or to attend one of the 2014 Outsourcing in Clinical Trials conferences, visit http://www.arena-international.com/upcoming-oct-events/2299.article.
CSSi delivers global patient recruitment solutions that ensure successful enrollment, on time, every time. Through its innovative enrollment planning and full-service patient recruitment solutions, CSSi is able to reduce the costs and timelines associated with recruitment of subjects for clinical studies. For more information on CSSi, visit www.CSSiEnroll.com , or contact Jennifer Whitlock at jwhitlock@CSSiEnroll.com or 443-308-5803.
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