Efficient Organization to Prevent Burnout in Clinical Research
Presented by: Janelle Allen, BS, MS, CCRP, Director of Clinical Research Operations, Quality, & Education
Learn practical ways to help organize your day-to-day clinical research tasks. These tactics will help attendees save their sanity and hopefully prevent burnout. Such methods should also help maintain safety and efficiency.
- Gain hands-on approaches to organizing clinical research tasks.
- Develop practical pathways of progressing through a clinical research study.
- Use of efficiency modeling to save your sanity and maintain safety in clinical research.
About the Presenters
Janelle Allen, BS, MS, CCRP, Director of Clinical Research Operations, Quality, & Education
Ms. Allen is the Director of Clinical Research Operations, Quality, & Education for the Institute for Advanced Clinical Trials for Children (I-ACT for Children) and a faculty member in the Department of Biology at Miami University. She also serves as a Professional Consultant and Corporate Trainer. She worked at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center for 10 years serving as a Project Manager and Clinical Research Coordinator within the Pain Research Center, managing multiple NIH, foundation, and centrally sponsored studies in the Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Consortium.
During the past 20 years, she has completed research on state-based care centers and services, developmental biology, neurophysiology and neurobehavior, quality engineering: analytical and quality product review, molecular cardiovascular medicine, infectious diseases, child behavior and nutrition, headache / migraine, and pain. Ms. Allen serves as the chair of the Southwestern Ohio SoCRA Chapter. She also served as the Chair of the Leadership Council of Clinical Research Professionals and has held several other offices based on Education, Certification, Networking / Collaboration, Membership, and Special Projects. She assisted the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in developing educational and training materials, professional courses, and manuals for CRPs in the areas of clinical research skills; clinical research project management, data management, and recruitment / retention; electronic Protocol Administration System (ePAS); Research Electronic Data Capture (RedCap); and home and on-site safety in clinical research. She served on the 2014 OHRP Research Community Forum Planning Committee. She also works in community development, youth / young adult development, enjoys working with CRPs, and helping families lead happier, healthier lives. Ms. Allen received a Bachelor of Science from Miami University in Biology, Neuroscience, Chemistry, and French and a Master of Science from Miami University in Physiology and Neuroscience. She is also CRP Certified (CCRP).