Quality Management Magic
Gain the skills to develop your own Quality Management System (QMS)
Your clinical trials need a strong framework to ensure that they are conducted in an ethical, safe and effective manner.
A Quality Management System (QMS) is an internationally recognised framework that provides the structure that is needed to ensure the safety, efficacy and quality of the design and conduct of each clinical trial.
Join us in our upcoming workshop where you will learn the main elements of a QMS, how to develop an effective QMS for your organisation and facility, how to identify common challenges with developing and implementing a QMS, and more.
You can claim 3 CPD points on completion of the workshop.
On completion, you will be able to:
About the Facilitator
Jaspreet Sidhu, RN, Grad Dip (Crit Care), MHSc (Nursing), MBA Exec
Jaspreet has 20 years of clinical and medical research experience with a very strong focus on quality management and embedding quality practices. Her critical care background, experience in facilitating industry and investigator-led research at site level and managing a large international, multicentre clinical trial has provided a strong foundation on the importance of quality management in research operations.
Jaspreet has applied these practical lessons into government bodies and research initiatives over the past 10 years and shares the PRAXIS vision to enhance quality and effectiveness in research.
Jaspreet is a presentable communicator and facilitator, skilled in developing strong relationships with stakeholders across multidisciplinary teams, research, education, and public sectors.
$599 plus GST
2024 Virtual Workshop Dates
Tuesday, 16th April 2024: 10.00am – 14.00pm AEST/AEDT
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