A decentralized clinical trial (DCT) model enables Sponsors and CROs to treat patients in an environment outside the traditional clinical setting, such as the patient’s home. This patient-centered approach can introduce more flexibility and efficiency into the study protocol, while still yielding high quality and meaningful results.

This webinar is the second installment in our three-part webinar series. The first webinar focused on how a DCT model can improve the patient experience. You can access this webinar using the link below:

In our second webinar, we will shift the focus to the sponsor and discuss company benefits of utilizing at-home nursing service components in the DCT model. Industry specialist nurses Danielle Campbell and Theresa Floegel, the Directors of Nursing at Wren Healthcare, a WEP Clinical company, will share information and insights from real world examples of set up, delivery and ongoing management of home healthcare in DCT.

The webinar presentation will include:

Date: Thursday, July 21, 2022

Time: 10am EST / 3pm BST

Duration: 40 Minutes

  • Introduction to decentralized clinical trials

  • Challenges sponsors encounter related to patient care and research in a traditional clinical trial

  • Mobile nursing and DCT fixes for sponsors

  • Sponsor Journey implementing mobile nursing in DCT

  • Q&A

To register for this webinar, please use the link below:

Speaker Bios

Danielle Campbell, Director of Nursing 

Danielle leads Wren’s Healthcare clinical research nursing services in the UK. Danielle has extensive knowledge of cross therapy specialist clinical homecare and has a special interest in Oncology and clinical research. Her previous roles have spanned the NHS, specialist clinical homecare providers and global pharmaceutical companies, this experience allows Danielle to lead our decentralised nursing services understanding the needs of our patients and customers.

Theresa A. Floegel, Director, Clinical Trial Nursing

Theresa is the Director of Clinical Trial Nursing at Wren Healthcare in the US. She is responsible for building and managing the nursing services team who provide DCT support to sponsors and CROs across the nation. She has 30 years of experience across clinical, academic and research settings with a focus on patient-centered care and clinical outcomes assessment. Theresa has a PhD in Physical Activity, Nutrition and Wellness, and a Master’s in Nursing Administration.