Research Monitoring Success Secrets

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“I recommend this workshop to anyone who has oversight of research projects to ensure that they are meeting their obligations in relation to funding agreements, legislation and relevant codes and guidelines.” – Angela Astbury, Ethics Compliance Officer, WEHI

“Great session. I really enjoyed learning more about risk-based monitoring. This advice will be extraordinarily helpful in my future clinical monitoring endeavours.” Claire Carnley, Clinical Project Officer, Telethon Kids Institute

with updated sector guidelines, the National Clinical Trials Governance Framework assessments and rapid changes, now is a crucial time to ensure your clinical research is operating to expected standards.

That’s why research staff like you are enrolling into our live, virtual Research Monitoring Success Secrets workshop, to achieve high-quality, safe, and reliable clinical research on site.

Using best-practice strategies and real scenarios, industry expert Tim Dyke will unlock the secrets of managing research risk and projects by understanding key requirements, processes and a sure-fire monitoring plan to ensure success.

You will also gain insight into the role of the HREC and Sponsor and the monitoring requirements that are stipulated under ICH GCP E6(R2), ensuring you leave with a thorough understanding of the role and responsibilities of all stakeholders. 

You can claim 3 CPD points on completion of the workshop.

This workshop is for: 

  • Clinical Trial Coordinators
  • Research Administrators 
  • Researchers 
  • HREC Executive Officers / Secretariat 
  • Research Governance and Integrity Officers  
  • Research Managers/Coordinators 
  • Clinical Research Associates
  • Clinical Research Officers

What will you learn?

On completion, you will be able to:

Facilitator headshot_Sarah Piplica

About the Facilitator

Sarah Piplica

Sarah is the Regulatory, Startup and Patient Partnerships Manager at University of the Sunshine Coast (UniSC) Clinical Trials Centre in Queensland. In her role, Sarah provides high level strategic advice and guidance in the overall management and compliance of extensive and complex ethics and regulatory processes, maintaining quality standards and monitoring and audit readiness.

In 2019, Sarah was awarded the Osmond Russell Scholarship from ARCS, for a project that is seeing her research and validate a patient co-authored survey to solicit regular and meaningful feedback from clinical trials participants. Sarah is passionate about advocating for patient, participant and carer involvement within the medicines development industries.


$599pp plus GST

*Savings available for group enrolments and for PRAXIS partner organisations.

Next Virtual Workshop

Tuesday 10 September 2024: 10.00am – 14.00pm

Tuesday 3 December 2024: 10.00am – 14.00pm

PRAXIS Australia has the right to cancel a workshop or training session (or move the event format online) due to unforeseen circumstances such as low registration/attendance numbers or changes in Government restrictions surrounding the ongoing COVID19 pandemic. For more information regarding our Cancellation Policy and your rights as a client, please see our Student Terms and Conditions document. 

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