CTO co-hosting an event during Toronto Health Innovation Week

March 7, 2019

Clinical Trials Ontario in partnership with Women’s College Hospital Institute for Health System Solutions and Virtual Care (WIHV), St. Michael’s Applied Health Research Centre (AHRC), TOHealth!, and University of Toronto’s H2i is hosting a lunch educational event discussing clinical trials.  What is a clinical trial?  Do you need one?  What resources exist to help you run one?  These are all questions we will answer with presentations and a panel of local experts who represent the organizations who are here to help.  Clinical trials are longer and more expensive than they look so this is a can’t miss event for small and large companies, including digital health, medtech, and biotech, who have clinical development on the horizon and are looking for best practices of study start-up, resources available in the ecosystem, and what data to collect.

Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clinical-trials-lunch-and-learn-resources-to-help-you-start-your-clinical-research-tickets-58377250929

See all events: http://healthinnovationweek.ca/

Agenda:

30 mins – Networking and Lunch

90 mins – Presentations – Moderator – Paul Santarre, Professor & Baxter Chair in Health Technology & Commercialization, U of Toronto / H2i

  • 20 mins – Clinical Trials 101 – Judith Hall, Manager, Clinical Trials Unit, AHRC
  • 20 mins – Digital Health, do you need a clinical trial? – Bailey Griffin, Manager, Virtual Care Program, WIHV, and CDHE
  • 20 mins – Starting up a clinical trial, CTO is here to help – Andrew Haller, Industry Outreach Associate, CTO
  • 30 mins – Q + A

60 mins – Networking