Achieving regulatory compliance, like CAP or ISO certification, can be painstaking and time-consuming. In our next webinar, Ms.Irmgard Feldman (Biorepository Manager) from the University of California (Davis) Pathology Center will talk about how they prepared for and successfully achieved CAP accreditation.
Irmi will also give an overview of how they harness the configurability of OpenSpecimen and use it to collect data for many different types of projects.
Date/Time: Thursday, January 16 at 9 AM PT/ 12 PM EST
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- OpenSpecimen Introduction (15 mins, Poornima Govindrao)
- Overview of OpenSpecimen at UC Davis (10 mins, Irmi Feldman)
- CAP accreditation preparation and process (20 mins, Irmi Feldman)
- Question and Answers (15 mins)
Feel free to register even if you are busy at this time; we will share a recording of the webinar.
PS: Irmi Feldman has 11 years of clinical research experience including five at the Shriners Hospital for Children Northern California. Since July 2008, she has served as the Biorepository’s full-time coordinator. She is a Society for Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) with extensive knowledge of IRB-related issues, as well as protocol development and implementation.
CAP (College of American Pathologist) certification is one of the most widely accepted accreditation programs focussed on improving the quality and consistency of biorepositories. It aims to provide requirements for the standardization of biorepository processes.