Pro-ficiency's mission is to eliminate protocol deviations, one study at a time, by bringing simulation to clinical trials training. The simulation approach tackles the highest risk areas of the study protocol, enabling clinical research teams to exercise critical decision-making in a risk free environment, much like a flight simulator for pilots. Allowing the study teams to practice protocol implementation and potentially make mistakes in a simulated environment, protects the patient and the study integrity. The result is fewer deviations, better outcomes and rich behavioral data that can drive preventative action that can keep clinical studies on track and on budget.


Discover how this optimization approach not only facilitates a more efficient and streamlined patient journey but also contributes to the overall success and quality of clinical trials.

Witness how simulation training effectively minimizes protocol deviations, greatly satisfies site teams, and empowers sponsors to proactively manage risks.

Examine Pro-ficiency's prescriptive analytics, a visualization of all insights derived from our simulation training for life sciences.

Providing easy-to-access educational materials that guide patients through all relevant parts of their potential journey not only promotes patient comprehension, it facilitates successful clinical trials.

Decisions taken within Pro-ficiency's simulations are reflected in easy-to-interpret behavioral performance reports, informing study teams on site performance before mistakes turn into deviations.

Beth Harper, Chief Learning Officer at Pro-ficiency, and Jenna Rouse, Chief Experience Officer, discuss why rescue studies are utilized, when to initiate a rescue study, how to ensure study rescue succeeds in its goals in this fireside chat.

 Discover how Pro-ficiency's simulation training can better your clinical sites.

Interview with Daniel Thorpe of Adams Clinical regarding their use of Pro-ficiency in their simulation training for clinical trial protocols and its impact on recruitment.

This simulation by ACRP and Pro-ficiency covers current ICH and GCP guidelines for conducting a properly informed consent interview.

Complex clinical research challenges require creative solutions and slide deck lectures won’t work. Pro-ficiency delivers a unique, state-of-the-art simulation approach that helps sites deliver consistently.



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Raleigh, NC 27609


Phone: 703-597-3014

Contact: Jenna Rouse