CTSI Skill-Building Workshops: What Faculty Need to Know about Clinical Study Fiscal Management

CTSI Director Karl Kieburtz and Research Compliance Office Mike Ritz will present two new skill-building workshops this summer for faculty who run clinical studies. Join us and improve your mastery of critical concepts needed to be a successful clinical researcher.

Monitoring Clinical Research Study Spending and Revenue Realization

Wednesday July 23rd, 12:00pm to 1:00pm in the Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (HWH 1W304)

  • How to ensure a clinical study account reflects the cost of study team member time
  • Why and how to monitor non-personnel costs
  • How to determine if a deficit is real or a matter of timing
  • Three approaches sponsors use to pay for study costs

Close-Out of Clinical Research Studies, including Compliance Matters

Tuesday August 5th, 12:00pm to 1:00pm in the Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (HWH 1W304)

  • Why timely close-out of a clinical study account matters
  • Financial analysis needed at time of close-out
  • Common reasons for clinical study account deficits and residuals, including the impact of participant enrollment
  • The purpose and importance of ClinicalTrials.gov
  • When extra compensation might be payable for clinical trial work
  • Polices and requirements associated with payments to research participants
  • What documentation is needed in study participants’ medical records


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