Delve into the details of this approach to training, which addresses common complaints, and how it holds promise for enhancing the efficiency and performance of clinical research staff.
Given the diversity in learning preferences, learn why research staff training should encompass various sensory modalities so that everyone involved can understand clearly what has to happen, and how.
Over the years, protocols have become much more complex. Learn how study sites can reduce obstacles throughout the process and greatly reduce the protocol intimidation factor.
Discover a better approach for developing training that provides opportunities for individuals in clinical research to acquire, retain, and apply knowledge.
Determine what constitutes addressing protocol deviations properly and how to create a corrective and preventative action plan to avoid trial setbacks.
Master the design of clinical protocol to develop a training program that anticipates potential practice deviations, meets the site’s needs and supports research staff.
Clinical trial costs are trending upward, driven by a variety of factors. Read about the three steps that can help clinical researchers reduce errors and expenses during studies.
Discover why it is increasingly important that study sponsors make sure to get their protocols right from the start to avoid unwanted delays or cost overruns due to mistakes.
Creating a research experience that addresses patient-expressed needs and wants is an important part of recruiting and retaining sufficient numbers of qualified patients.
Discover the ways the clinical research industry needs to overcome its traditional resistance to change and adopt innovations that can save both money and time to mitigate the impact of rising costs.
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