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Project Management

QED recognises that a highly competent and effective Project Manager (PM) is essential to guarantee that your study is delivered on time and on budget, with exceptional quality. Experience, both therapeutic and operational, is critical with the ability to regularly and clearly communicate with all parties involved.  QED CSMs have an average of 8 years experience in managing clinical trials.

Project teams within QED are tailored to each individual study however a PM will take overall responsibility and accountability for the project, including direct management of the project team.  The PM would serve as a senior operational contact at the project level working across functions to ensure appropriate reporting and feedback to senior management at both the Sponsor and QED and to assure the appropriate resourcing of the Sponsor’s project.

Functional communication between the Sponsor and QED teams may exist at all levels of the project, but the primary point of contact within QED is the Project Manager. The PM communicates with the Sponsor primary contact to ensure that the QED Project Team is always fully appraised of the status of the study and any potential issues.

QED PM’s direct the preparation of a comprehensive project plan, conduct project training meetings, and routine project team meetings as appropriate. The PM leads the QED team during teleconferences with the sponsor and ensures that minutes from these meetings are provided to the sponsor in addition to monthly administrative and status reports.

The QED PM, as the primary project responsible person, is in place to ensure optimal efficiency and less complicated communication lines.

The flexibility of the QED model means we can offer either fully outsourced or integrated project management services depending on the requirements of our sponsors. So if you need…:

….then a QED Project Manager is the ideal choice.