Behavior Should Drive Clinical Trial Training, Not Test Scores
Applying analytics that focus heavily on measuring changes to research staff behavior during training can be a strong predictor of performance during an active clinical trial, leading to better protocol and GCP compliance. This can mean fewer errors that can affect data, more effective and efficient patient enrollment and better regulatory compliance, among other benefits.
It’s well-accepted that training is important to ensure that researchers conduct clinical trials in accordance with the research protocols. While it’s easy to provide training materials to research staff and check off the “training completed” box, it can be more challenging to ensure that the training provided will yield behavior changes that ensure adherence to the protocol.
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