ASK US Series: Remote Monitoring – The Road Less Travelled

Featuring Tracy Wong

This webinar was held on Wednesday, March 10, 12pm-1pm PST

Recording: 

Event Description:

The Pandemic has tested our ability to rapidly change. Harness developed systems, build from the ground up, collaborate with colleagues, or a hybrid approach are pathways available to produce the response to our changing needs.

In this session, we will walk through Island Health’s hybrid response to support the Sponsor and the site around the remote monitoring of the rights and well-being of participants, the recorded trial data and the compliance to the currently approved protocol, standard operating procedures and applicable regulatory requirements.

Steps of identification, assessment, development, and communication along with what worked and where we can improve will be discussed.

About the Speaker:

Tracy Wong is the Research Compliance Facilitator for Island Health. She supports the Standard Operating Procedures/Policies infrastructure for the Research & Capacity Building Department, provides training for a variety of research roles, from Qualified Investigators to Volunteers; and participates actively in improving the capacity of research through her work in internal process improvement, community-research group engagement and membership in provincial and national research working groups.

She is the Co-Chair for the Network of Networks (N2) Quality Committee and is currently involved in projects covering Cannabis and inspections.

Tracy strives to breakdown and understand current processes to reveal areas of improvement.

Outside of work, Tracy works hard at mountain biking so that one day she is waiting for her boys at the top of Mount Work.