Workforce Innovation Officer at ASSOCIATION OF CLI
Beth is the President of Clinical Performance Partners, Inc. a clinical research consulting firm specializing in enrollment and site performance management. Previously she was the Chief Clinical Officer of Centerphase Solutions, Inc., a technology-enabled consultancy specializing in protocol optimization services as well as Sr. Vice President at D. Anderson and Company a firm specializing in patient recruitment and retention. Beth’s career started as a clinician (Occupational Therapist / Certified Hand Therapist) where she practiced and served as a clinical research coordinator for some 10 years. This was followed by a transition to work as a Clinical Research Associate (CRA / Monitor) for a Contract Research Organization. Beth had the opportunity to expand her research experience serving as an Associate Director for Merck Research Laboratories in their Clinical Research Operations group and as such has a “360-degree” view of clinical research operations from the site, CRO, sponsor and service provider perspectives. In addition to her 28 years of clinical research experience, she is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the George Washington University who has published and presented extensively in the areas of study feasibility, site selection, patient recruitment and protocol optimization. Further, Beth has served as a curriculum designer and trainer for Barnett International for nearly 20 years. As such, she is well versed in adult learning principles and effective training techniques for the adult learner. Beth is currently also a member of ACRP’s Editorial Advisory Board. Beth received her B. S. in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas.
Specialties: Study rescue and rejuvenation, Study feasibility and protocol optimization analysis, enrollment validation, Patient recruitment and retention strategic planning; enrollment and site performance management and site relationship management for clinical trials