Collaborative Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research (CLEO)-Ilisia
As a CRA you will:
- Prepare submission packets for hospital ethical committees (ERBs) and administrative boards, the National Ethics Committee (EED), and the National Organization for Medicines in Greece (EOF) for protocol approval
- Be responsible for adherence to monitoring procedures in accordance with GCP and ICH, local regulations, and Standard Operating Procedures
- Perform monitoring activities from pre-study start-up to study close-out. This may include, but is not limited to, conducting site facilities inspections, site initiation visits, on-site study specific training, ensuring completeness and quality of on-site files, electronic case report forms (eCRF) review, query generation and resolution, monitoring patient safety (adverse events, serious adverse events), addressing protocol deviations, and completing monitoring reports (as applicable)
The 36th Annual Meeting of ESPID (European Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases) held in Malmö, Sweden, on May 28 - June 2, 2018, included a wide range of educational seminars and lectures on the latest developments in the field of pediatric infections, epidemiology and immunology. The conference was attended by pediatricians, infectious practitioners, microbiologists and distinguished researchers from all over the world and presented original research work on the whole range of pediatric infections.
The CLEO team, headed by Prof. Theoklis Zaoutis, attended this year's conference and participated with the following abstracts:
It’s in your hands – prevent sepsis in health care
WHO calls on health facilities to prevent health care-associated sepsis through hand hygiene and infection prevention and control (IPC) action. Sepsis is estimated to affect more than 30 million patients every year worldwide. At the Seventieth World Health Assembly in May 2017, Member States adopted a resolution on improving the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sepsis.
The European Commission called upon international, European, national and regional NGOs active in the field of vaccination to present details of their initiatives to the EU Health Award 2017. The call for applications targeted initiatives that help achieving higher level of public health for Europeans through vaccination.
The CLEO team headed by Prof. Theoklis Zaoutis, participated in the 35th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases, ESPID 2017, that took place in Madrid, Spain, from 23-27 May, 2017. This conference was attended by paediatricians, infectious practitioners, microbiologists and researchers involved in the pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of infections in children, from all over the world. During the conference, research studies about infections and vaccines against infections were presented.