CTSA CC-CHOC PEDIATRIC POINT PERSON PROJECT (P4)
The Point Person Project is an initiative of the CTSA Consortium Child Health Oversight Committee (CC-CHOC) to assemble a framework that will enable rapid response to multi-site child health clinical trial opportunities. The cornerstone of this proposal will be the Point Person, designated by the CTSA institution to review and respond to child health collaborative opportunities brought to the attention of the CTSA Consortium and communicated through the CTSA Consortium Coordinating Center (C4). The UMass Center for Clinical & Translational Science Point Person is Mary Lee, MD (email@example.com). The designated Point Person at each CTSA site will review and respond to child health collaborative opportunities and function as a navigator, directing trial opportunities to investigators with appropriate expertise and interest. This allows investigators or industry to quickly and efficiently recruit experts for protocol development and site participation. Potential participants can then participate in a teleconference to learn and contribute to the project. This is a very effective project in assisting investigators in identifying clinical sites for their studies, improving protocol design, streamlining processes through the use of standardized CDAs and contract template and utilizing single IRB models.
Click here to download a PDF copy of the entire CTSA CC-CHOC Pediatric Point Person Project announcement.
For more information please visit:
CTSA Pediatric Point Person Project (P4) home page: http://www.ctsacentral.org/editor/index.php?wg=ws340
CTSA Pediatric Clinical Trials Protocol: https://www.ctsacentral.org/editor/index.php?wg=ws340&doc_id=711