Efficient and Effective CTNs – productive focus group work

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During September and October, ACTA’s Efficient and Effective CTNs Reference Group hosted two highly productive focus group sessions with participants drawn from a wide range of clinical trials-interested disease and discipline specialisms, including representatives from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and New Zeeland.

The focus groups’ objective was to identify critical success factors affecting CTNs, including unmet needs that get in the way of efficiency and effectiveness.

A/Prof Katie Groom, ACTA Director and the Reference Group’s Chair, will present initial analysis of findings along with an update on the Reference Group’s work on Day One of the ACTA Summit.

Megan Sanders, ACTA Senior Project Officer, is keen to thank participants for their enthusiasm and time they gave to the focus group exercise