The Art of Managing the Complexity of Clinical Trial Logistics

Instructor: Richard Barrett
Product ID: 700305
Training Level: Basic

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This Clinical trial training uses the example of the F1 pit crew to demonstrate how Clinical Trial logistics can be managed effectively.

There can be few logistics operations which take place under the pressure that face the Formula1 (F1) pit crew. They must get it “right first time” and yet no one is able to hear anyone else and a mistake can lead to failure. In many ways this picture is similar to the situation in clinical trial logistics where individuals often work in isolation and yet are expected to do the right thing right first time. This presentation uses the example of the F1 pit crew to demonstrate how Clinical Trial logistics can be managed effectively.

Areas Covered in the seminar:
  • Why the F1 pit crew is a good metaphor for clinical trial logistics
  • People are critical in making the process successful
  • The importance of the individual
  • The individual and the team
  • The importance of the team
  • The importance of Leadership
  • Contingency planning – is it time to bring on the sub
  • Conclusion
Who Will Benefit:
  • Project team leaders
  • Line Managers
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Quality managers
  • Financial controller
  • Project managers

Instructor Profile

Richard Barrett background is mainly in the pharmaceutical sector where he held senior roles in Pfizer Global Research and Development and with Pfizer Corporate Marketing Ltd. He also worked in GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) where he managed toxicology research projects, and within the international sector of Covance, an American corporate contract research organisation.

His particular expertise is in establishing clinical laboratory processes that are central to regulatory approval and post marketing surveillance of pharmaceutical products. He has extensive knowledge of the global laboratory business having been responsible for identifying and qualifying laboratories throughout the world for use as suppliers of laboratory data for major pharmaceutical products such as viagra. To achieve successful outcomes he has developed management tools such as resource and cost forecasting to ensure that major projects come in on time, budget and with internationally recognised standards of quality.

His expertise in developing improved laboratory processes while at the same time recognising different cross cultural approaches has had a significant impact on the global management of clinical trials within the pharmaceutical industry. His working life began as a Biomedical Scientist in the National Health Service and in Harley Street .

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