mindsON RBQM | Episode 12 – Outsourcing RBQM
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Explore the challenges and responsibilities of outsourcing Risk-Based Quality Management (RBQM) in Episode 12 of our mindsON RBQM series.While outsourcing RBQM to another party, such as a CRO, may seem practical, the ultimate responsibility for the trial still lies with the sponsor. Expert instructors Keith Dorricott, MBB, and Johann Proeve, Ph.D., will discuss how to maintain oversight and ensure compliance when outsourcing RBQM in clinical trials. The mindsON RBQM Episode 12 has six individual on-demand lectures that provide an in-depth analysis of outsourcing RBQM. These lectures delve into several crucial topics, including identifying aspects of RBQM that cannot be outsourced, ensuring oversight of RBQM while not managing it day-to-day, and balancing responsibility between sponsors and CROs in RBQM implementation. Collectively, the lectures offer a detailed breakdown of subtopics under outsourcing RBQM in clinical trials. In order to get the most value from this Episode, we recommend watching previous episodes first.
About mindsON RBQMmindsON RBQM is a comprehensive workshop series that focuses on the practical elements of RBQM implementation and everyday execution. It offers an extensive array of resources to give you the tools you need to be successful in this industry. You can easily fit e-learning into your busy calendar thanks to each episode's numerous brief lectures, none of which last longer than 12 minutes. The format of this series is based on the popular live mindsOn workshop series. The series includes interactive elements, such as polls, thinking, and quiz-type exercises. These elements challenge learners to comprehend the RBQM concept fully. Furthermore, the training courses offer insightful viewpoints and stimulating discussions. By including an engaging problem-solving activities, this series helps learners overcome the challenges and complexities of RBQM in clinical trials. If you want to learn more about practical implementation of risk based quality management strategies? Be sure to check our other courses here.
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