2022 Seattle Clinical Research Professional Virtual Conference

Seattle Clinical Research professional Virtual Conference

This Conference will be livestreamed using GoTowebinar and GOTOMEETING

Date: October 24, 2022

Time: 8.30am to 4:30pm



NWABR and the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (PNCACRP) invite you to attend our sixth Clinical Research Professional Conference from Seattle.  This conference will be livestreamed on the day from Seattle, and recordings of all sessions will also be made available to all registered attendees after the event.

This conference is designed for clinical research professionals who have the role of ensuring the ongoing integrity of research within their institutions.

The theme for the 2022 Seattle CRP Conference is: The Re Conference. This theme acknowledges all of the "Re's" that are necessary as Clinical Research enters the "Post" Coronavirus Pandemic phase.  Conference topic will each have a "Re" theme - such as Reenergizing, Reenvisioning, Reengaging, Returning, and Resilience.

The following is the current program for the conference:

Time Main Auditorium   Breakout   
Time Speaker(s) Topic Speaker(s) Topic
8.30am Ken Gordon
Cheryl Weaver
Renee Cook
Formal Conference Opening    
9.00am David Hammond, MS, CPT Responsible Conduct of Research:
Keeping Your PI on Track
David Holmgren, MS, CIP

Roslyn Pierce
Remote Teams:
Managing Research Teams Remotely
10.00am   Break   Break
10.15am Laurie Muldowney, MD Reimagining Research:
Updates and advice from the FDA
Eric Hayashi, MBA Resources for Research:
11.15am   Break    
11.30am Keisha D. Robinson, MBA, MPM Keynote
Re thinking:
Diversity in Research
12.30am   Long Break    
1.00pm Susan Landis Reenvisioning:
The path to entering the clinical research profession

Sarah Duffy Clinton, CCRP, CHRC

Darshita Sheth

How Monitoring Evolved During COVID
2.00pm Break     Break
2.15pm Alisha Bouge, MS, RAC Reconsidering:
The Consent Form Journey: Past, Present & Future?
Erin Gainey, MS, CCRP Regulatory:
Regulatory Binders
3.15pm   Break    
3.30pm Anne Browning, PhD, MA Keynote
Resilience and Well-Being:
Building Strength for the Road Ahead
David Hammond, MS, CPT Recruitment:
Social media as a tool for recruiting
4.30pm Ken Gordon
Cheryl Weaver
Renee Cook

CE Credits

NWABR has applied for/been approved for the following CE credits:

  • The CIP Council has reviewed this program and determined that the following Conference sessions are eligible for up to 5 hours of CIP Recertification credits: Keeping your PI On Track; Updates and advice from the FDA; Diversity in Research; The Consent Form Journey: Past, Present & Future?; Social Media as a Tool for Recruiting.
  • The Association of Clinical Research Professionals has reviewed this program and determined that the Conference sessions provided by the following speakers are eligible for up to 6.0 contact hours of clinical research-related education on applications for Maintenance of ACRP’s CCRC®, CCRA®, CPI® or ACRP-CP® certification designations: David Hammond, MS, CPT; Laurie Muldowney, MD; Keisha Robinson, MBA, MPM; Susan Landis; Alisha Bouge, MS, RAC; Anne Browning, PhD, MA.  (Please note: the ACRP CEUs are free for members of the Pacific NW Chapter of ACRP.  However there is a $35 processing fee for ACRP Members that are not PNWACRP Members.  There is a $50 processing fee for nonmembers).
  • SOCRA - The Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA www.SOCRA.org) accepts documentation of candidate participation in continuing education programs for recertification if the program is applicable to clinical research regulations, operations or management, or to the candidate’s clinical research therapeutic area. This program offers 11 hours of CE credit.

Registration Fees

The cost for this one-day conference is $45 for NWABR, ACRP and ITHS members/staff and $85 for non-members.  This fee covers a conference pack, slides and other background materials, and conference recordings.



NWABR wishes to acknowledge the following sponsors of these conferences.  Additional Sponsors and Vendors are welcome for this conference.  Potential sponsors are encouraged to contact Mr. Ken Gordon for more information. Sponsorship support is key to the successful provision of these events:

Advarra advances the way clinical research is conducted: bringing life sciences companies, CROs, research sites, investigators, and academia together at the intersection of safety, technology, and collaboration. With trusted IRB and IBC review solutions, innovative technologies, experienced consultants, and deep-seated connections across the industry, Advarra provides  integrated solutions that safeguard trial participants, empower clinical sites, ensure compliance, and optimize research performance. Advarra is advancing clinical trials to make them safer, smarter, and faster. For more information, visit advarra.com.


Florence connects clinical research and is the industry leader in electronic document management and remote site access. Over 10,000 research sites in 44 countries and thousands of sponsors and CROs collaborate on its network. Its platform of products includes Florence eBinders: Industry-standard Electronic Investigator Site File, Florence eHub: Remote site access and collaboration tool for sponsors and CROs for start-up, monitoring, site management, and SDR/V, Florence eTMF: Centralized Trial Master File solution of choice for emerging sponsors. To learn about Florence, visit www.florencehc.com.


Conducting clinical trials is an essential part of developing new pharmaceuticals and medical devices. With the large range and volume of studies required today, the field offers plenty of career opportunities for applying your skills to make a significant impact on our medical system.

In this three-course certificate program, you’ll gain a thorough understanding of the concepts that guide the design and implementation of different types of clinical trials. We’ll study the fundamental scientific, ethical, regulatory and economic principles connected with biomedical research. You’ll also explore the ethics involved in clinical trials, including the protection of human subjects and the integrity of data.



 WCG IRB provides the highest quality ethical reviews of clinical research protocols and studies. WCG IRB was created by combining five IRBs with different areas of expertise and geographical reach – Western IRB (WIRB), the world’s first independent ethical review board, Copernicus Group IRB, New England IRB, Aspire IRB, and Midlands IRB. WCG IRB has more than 50 years’ experience and more than 200 members on AAHRPP accredited boards. Since 2000, WCG IRB has also provided IBC administration and review services to nearly 800 institutions and evaluated more than 400 human gene transfer protocols. For more information, please visit wcgirb.com or follow us on Twitter  WCGClinical or LinkedIn.

Other Information

For more information about this conference or if you are interested in being a speaker, vendor or sponsor at the conference please also contact Ken Gordon.  

This conference is made possible by the member organizations of NWABR who provide the seed capital for the planning of these educational opportunities.  Please visit the member page to find out more about each of these amazing organizations.  NWABR and PNACRP wish to particularly thank Virginia Mason for their support of this important event.



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