In this Lunch n’ Learn session we focus on digital and online aspects of recruitment. We discuss why is patient recruitment so important, describbe various patient-centered recruitment initiatives, provide evidence of the impact of digital techologies with real world examples.
In this LnL session we provide a general summary of Trial Master File (TMF) purpose and usage. We describe an approach to TMFs that enables process and outcome optimization. We help identify eTMF revitalization concepts and client opportunities .
During this webinar, we provide the basics of IT Project Management for Life Sciences. The conversation is geared toward the new Project Manager looking to enter this industry as well as one looking to make a transition.
The project manager that has a strong understanding of validation will run a more effective and efficient project. This webinar introduces concepts and terms common with the validation of IT computer systems.
This webinar introduces more advanced concepts, scenarios, and industry trends for project managers in Life Sciences. We discuss SaaS validation to provide Project Managers with the critical information needed for implementing SaaS systems.
To maximize your software implementation investment, you must commit to preparing the workforce. This webinar discusses our experiences helping organizations prepare for, and adopt, change to maximize their technology investment.
When’s the last time you took the time to lean back in your chair and simply think about how to innovate for your business? Hawkins Point continues to sponsor this facilitated forum series for Technology Leaders from local Life Sciences firms to discuss the potential impact of Disruptive Technologies. These sessions have resulted in thought-provoking discussion allowing for leaders to innovate together amongst peers. This intimate business community collaborates in a “safe-zone” environment where members speak freely, learn from, and network with peers. To date, forty-five local Technology Leaders have participated in eight sessions.