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REKS Summer Series Webinars: Remote Clinical Trial Monitoring

Date Wed, Aug 25
Time 12: 00 PM - 1: 00 PM
Location Zoom

The GHUCCTS Regulatory, Ethics, Knowledge & Support (REKS) is hosting a summer webinar series on "Pathways to Decentralized (Virtual) Clinical Trials". The six and final session will feature Shaunagh Browning DNP, RN, FNP-BC who will discuss "Remote Clinical Trial Monitoring".

Shaunagh Browning serves as the director for the Office of Research Quality Assurance (ORQA) and Interim Director of the Institutional Review Board. Her work in clinical research at Georgetown began as a study coordinator in 1990. Since then, she has coordinated numerous clinical trials. In addition, Shaunagh has been a certified family nurse practitioner since 1999 and provided clinical care to research patients in addition to coordinating the projects. In the past, her work included managing a clinical research unit and assisting many investigators in the implementation of their clinical research projects. Shaunagh received her BSN from George Mason University in 1988, her MS in Nursing from Georgetown University in 1998, and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice in 2019. Shaunagh’s work has centered on the role of the clinical research coordinator, with emphasis on the clinical research nurse and education of staff and scientists with the goal of research quality and efficiency.

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