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RBQM Ops 2022 - Day 1 Intro and Data Quality

RBQM Ops 2022 - Day 1 Intro and Data Quality

Day 1 Intro and “Data Quality, what it is and why is it so important?”

RBQM Operations 2022 - Duncan Hall, CEO TRI, kicks off the event with insights and observations about the Risk-Based Quality Management landscape, and introduces the first session in the event from Olivia Waterer, RBQM Consultant, who presents "Data Quality - what is it and why is it so important?"

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Well, hello, and welcome finally to RBQM Operations. 2022. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedules to attend. We've been absolutely blown away by the response that we've had to this event. And we've ended up with over 500 registrants now, from 182 different organisations from around the world. We've got attendees from Australia, from Asia, India, the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and North America, which is just fantastic. It is so great to have such a broad cross section of geographical representation at today's event, you're all really welcome.

But what was also really interesting, not only the geographical representation, but some of the roles and the range of jobs. So, we've got CROs, we've got central monitors, we've got project managers, we've got directors are quality directors of clinical operations. And we've got some really senior level people at the events as well, senior vice presidents, executive, senior managers. And to me, what that really demonstrates is how RBQM has become something that's really pervasive across the organisation. It's not just something that the CRA is now doing, instead of site monitoring, it really is a true top to bottom discipline. And you know that that just goes to show what one of vital components of well organised and high functioning organisations that RBQM really has become. I think it also demonstrates a real thirst for knowledge in this area, and in learning about RBQM.....

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