2023 ACCP IDE Webinar: Engaging With the Community to Achieve Inclusivity, Equity & Diversity in Drug Development & Approval: Where to Start | ON DEMAND

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2023 ACCP IDE Webinar: Engaging With the Community to Achieve Inclusivity, Equity & Diversity in Drug Development & Approval: Where to Start | ON DEMAND

On Demand webinar recording: August 23rd, 2023 to August 23rd, 2026

Why is this webinar important to your practice? 

Racially and ethnically diverse study participants have been frequently under-represented in clinical trials. Public health and optimal health outcomes among racially, ethnically and gender diverse populations require a closer look at clinical trial disparities and how to improve design and conduct of studies. Other unrepresented populations include people with obesity, physical and mental health conditions limiting their access to clinical trials, including pregnant people.This lack of diversity among clinical trials participants can lead to an inability to fully characterize the impact of important differences in pharmacokinetics, safety and efficacy profiles. Clinical trials are critical part of the drug development process prior to market approval and require time and significant financial and organizational investment.  When diversity is not accounted for during the clinical trial and recruitment, access to a drug upon approval may not be inclusive for all and equitable to the populations in need.

This webinar will focus on an overview of the importance to engage with the diverse community throughout clinical trials design and implementation. Attendees will be provided with concrete examples of the different approaches of engaging with the community for under-represented populations. Current initiatives of regulatory agencies and drug companies to include special populations in clinical trials will be presented and discussed. This session will enable the audience to gain practical perspectives from multiple stakeholders including patient advocates, drug developers, health care practitioners and regulators.

Target Audience:

Graduate students, post-doctoral fellows/trainees, early-stage and advanced professionals working in clinical trial design and implementation. 

Learning Objectives

After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Gain competence and improve performance to provide high quality care.

2. Increase evidence-based new medical knowledge.

3. Learn interdisciplinary educational strategies to improve patient safety and to facilitate patient-centered care.

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2023 ACCP IDE Webinar: Engaging With the Community to Achieve Inclusivity, Equity & Diversity in Drug Development & Approval | On Demand
Open to view video.  |  60 minutes
Open to view video.  |  60 minutes
2023 ACCP IDE Webinar: Engaging With the Community - Self-assessment Post-test - Live
5 Questions  |  1 attempt  |  0/5 points to pass
5 Questions  |  1 attempt  |  0/5 points to pass Learners will complete the Self-assessment Post-test as a learning tool and will then complete the evaluation through Survey Monkey and claim credits.
ACCP IDE Webinar - Certificate ON DEMAND
Up to 1.00 medical credits available  |  Certificate available
Up to 1.00 medical credits available  |  Certificate available