Uniting Community-Based Researchers
ASCO's Community Research Forum provides an opportunity for community-based physician investigators and their research staff to unite and develop solutions to common challenges to conducting research.
Community Research Forum Annual Meeting: Bringing Community-Based Researchers Together to Advance Cancer Research
September 28 and 29, 2014 | ASCO Headquarters | Alexandria, Virginia
This meeting provides an exclusive opportunity for community-based researchers and research staff to network and collaborate with colleagues from all types of community-based research sites and programs. It also provides a unique forum to discuss barriers and propose solutions to common challenges in conducting research, and provide input on ASCO programs and policy issues impacting clinical research. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today! To register, click here.
ASCO Research Program Quality Assessment Tool: Basics for a Quality Community-Based Research Site
ASCO’s Community Research Forum has recently released the ASCO Research Program Quality Assessment Tool. The Tool is designed to help community-based research sites exceed the minimum standards of conducting clinical research and provides an overview of ASCO’s recommendations for the important components of an internal quality assessment program. A checklist tool is also provided to help sites conduct an assessment of whether their program includes these important components. The quality components are largely based on the ASCO Statement on Minimum Standards and Exemplary Attributes of Clinical Trial Sites (Zon et al, JCO, 2008). To access the Tool, please click here.
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