G.A.P.P. Webinar Series
A peer-to-peer learning and resource sharing platform to address Goals in Accrual, Performance, and PPI.
Led by the Network’s cancer centres, G.A.P.P. aims to provide timely opportunities for clinical research professionals in the Network to address commonly reported challenges in meeting identified goals, as well share successful strategies and/or approaches in clinical trial conduct.
This facilitated, peer-led webinar series is specific for clinical trial investigators, managers, coordinators, and patient representatives conducting and/or affiliated with Canadian academic cancer clinical trials.
To be notified of upcoming G.A.P.P. Webinar sessions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous G.A.P.P. Webinars
Webinar Session #1 Remote Monitoring
Wednesday, April 07, 2021 1:00 pm-2:00 pm EST
Presentation Summary: This webinar session will provide information on current clinical trial remote monitoring processes implemented at cancer centres through the lens of a large vs. small cancer centre. Common challenges, such as operation efficiency, will be addressed and resources proven successful will be shared.
Chair: Krista Rideout, Eastern Regional Health Authority (NL)
Presenters: Susanna Sellmann, Shrutakirti Kulkarni, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, UHN (ON), Janice Jansen-Pereira, Lakeridge Health (ON)
Recording: Webinar Session #1 Remote Monitoring
Webinar Session #2 Remote Consenting
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 1:00 pm-2:00 pm EST
Presentation Summary: This webinar session will discuss considerations and challenges when implementing remote consent. Various perspectives will be provided throughout the session including, a trial coordinator via a case study, a research ethics officer from a central review board, and a patient partner as the session chair.
Chair: Don Wood, Cross Cancer Institute (AB)
Presenters: Brittany Speller, Juravinski Cancer Centre (ON), Alison van Nie, Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board (ON)
Recording: Webinar Session #2 Remote Consenting
Webinar Session #3 Effective Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Strategies
Thursday, September 23, 2021 11:00 am-12:10 pm EDT
Presentation Summary:This session will focus on effective PPI strategies and how it can be implemented at local cancer centres.
Chair: *Debra Walker, 3CTN Patient Representative Advisory Council and Performance Strategy Team *
Presenters: Dr. Victoria Forster, Postdoctoral Fellow, The Hospital for Sick Children (ON), Chris Normandeau, Director, Research Partnerships and Investment - Cancer Research and Analytics, Alberta Health Services(AB), Don Wood, Patient Partner, 3CTN Patient Representative Community of Practice (PRCoP) (AB)