Advanced Tech Can Thwart Site Staffing Problems: A Discussion With Melissa Easy, VP, Clinical Technologies At IQVIA

By Jenni Spinner, Outsourcing-Pharma.com

Could you please share an overview of trends in clinical research staffing?

Clinical research staffing has always been challenging. Investigators, sub-investigators, study coordinators, and others at the research site are in essence doing two jobs at once – treating patients, which always takes priority, and running trials, which requires extensive amounts of clinical and administrative tasks. Taking on clinical research is not glamorous, and it is not a way to become wealthy. Medical professionals do it to make a difference in their patients’ lives, so it takes a special type of person to join and remain in the clinical trial industry for the long term.

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