Article | October 19, 2022

Selecting A Study-Specific Protocol Training Strategy

Source: Pro-ficiency

By David Hadden, President and Founder of Pro-ficiency

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“The right tool for the right job” is a saying that applies in many situations across many industries. When it comes to clinical protocol training, research sites and sponsors need to determine what their ultimate goals are to correctly identify the best training tools for the job.

When it comes to training, those goals will revolve around the competency of the staff being trained and can be placed into three broad categories:

  • Ticking a box to meet minimum standards under applicable regulations;
  • Ensuring staff’s ability to regurgitate information from the training in the short term; and
  • Affecting staff’s long-term decision-making behavior.

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