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Key Factors for Successful Clinical Study Database Design and Data Management



March 18, 2021

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Clinical study database design and data management are vital components to the overall success of any clinical trial. However, there are several key factors, sometimes overlooked, that produce effective and efficient trial data. Join NAMSA for this webinar as our clinical research experts address the essential components to consider in the development of study databases and how to optimally manage clinical trial data.

Participants can expect discussion on the following:

  • Key factors for developing a database with intention, quality and efficiency
  • Important components to successfully review and manage clinical trials to ensure high-quality, reliable data
  • The significance of study team involvement in data management
  • Future considerations related to data management (e.g. ePRO, eConsent, remote monitoring)

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Jinny Walz

Senior Clinical Database Developer

Jinny Walz has 15 years of experience in clinical trial data management and database development. She has developed a variety of clinical databases across various EDC platforms and has performed database validations, migrations, trainings, report development and data review. She has a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Paula Hicks

Principal Clinical Data Manager

Paula Hicks has been working in clinical medical research for 18+ years as a data manager—17 of those years with NAMSA. Her experience includes Case Report Form (CRF) development, data review, database design/build/validation within a variety of platforms and end user training. She also has 6 years of experience as a MedDRA coder. Paula received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota.