This advanced level course has been specifically designed for people working in NHS clinical research who would benefit from taking one day out to focus on costing and maximising their budgeting and negotiation skills. This is a participative seminar and as an attendee, you will be actively encouraged to contribute your thoughts and ideas. To ensure a quality learning experience, delegate spaces are limited
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day:
Informative and InterestingHampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
I enjoyed the sessionImperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Speaker was very KnowledgeablePapworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Good experience – highlighted a few facts which I can take back and exploreHarrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust
Good Overview of the costing template and functionalities such as income distribution and invoicingImperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Great eventImperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
The documentation from Advanced Strategies in Costing NHS Commercial Clinical Research which took place on 19 April 2016 in Leeds, includes the following presentations:
- Salient Points of the NIHR Industry Costing Template - • A review of the NIHR Excel file: examining in detail the elements of the costing template • Understanding how different values for different costs are derived •Practical guidance on how to utilise and manipulate the template to reflect the individual costs of your site
- Case Study: Scenarios on the Reality of Costing Commercial Trials - • Identifying costs that are not covered and building a foundation to start budget negotiations •Realities of costing commercial trials: sharing practical case studies and costing analysis • Sharing successful and unsuccessful examples: key elements that can make a difference •Common pitfalls: serious pitfalls getting your budgeting and timings right
- Interactive Session Practical Guidance for Costing Commercial Trials - • Solidifying your understanding of your cost base before entering cost negotiations • Knowing the template and early identification of where your site costing issues and limits are • Establishing confidence in costing: working together to establish true costing
- Costing Commercial Trials: Review and Q&A - • Examining your learning: comparison and expert insight • Creating your action plan to take away
- Controlling Finances for your Commercial Research Portfolio: Managing Income and Expenditure - • Using the industry costing template for invoicing and income distribution •Accurately forecasting income and expenditure to secure sufficient overhead resource •Sharing systems and procedures to manage R&D’s departmental income and expenditure • Strategies for income distribution: practicalities of disseminating income out to various departments
Conference documentation in both hard and electronic copy is available for purchase at £89 (there is no VAT charge). In addition to being posted a copy, all the documentation is now available to you in electronic format so that you can access the papers and presentations online.
Please email the customer service team or telephone 01732 897788 stating the name and date of the event you would like to purchase documentation for. Payment is required in advance and this can be done by requesting an invoice or immediately using a debit card.
On receipt of payment you will be given immediate access to the presentations on-line where they will be in a pdf format. You will also be sent a set of documentation in the post.
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