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Astra Nova and ACRES Partner on Quality and Access of Training for Research Professionals

Source: Applied Clinical Trials

Astra Nova Training, a global provider of consultancy and pharma training services, and the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES), a non-profit integrating the expertise and investments of research stakeholders world-wide to build and maintain a global system for clinical trials, announced a strategic alliance collaboration to improve the expertise of industry professionals through improved and easily available training quality.

UK-based Astra Nova has introduced an international network of over 140 industry experts, as well as over 20 free and commercial online training courses, accessible on their Learning Management System. More than 5,000 professionals worldwide have obtained industry certification through their in-house and online training solutions. Astra Nova, with a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility, will make available interactive and easy-to access online training solutions for ACRES Global Platform of services.

With Astra Nova, ACRES will provide timely information on critical training topics and materials needed globally and they will partner on Learning Management Systems development. Other collaborative efforts involve jointly organizing multi-stakeholder events dedicated to improving the conduct of clinical research globally.

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