TransCelerate has launched 11 informational programs through its Site Qualification and Training (SQT) initiative to improve understanding of clinical operations for new site personnel. Katarina Hugeneck of Eli Lilly and Theresa Stewart of Allergan discuss the SQT initiative with Moe Alsumidaie.
To provide more targeted training and validate understanding to employees, it is important to establish baseline knowledge. This case study explores how Chiltern developed its Medical Device Body of Knowledge training program.
Survey drills down on the preferences and experiences of site personnel in critical function areas such as site initiation and monitoring, training, sponsor interaction, and patient recruitment and retention.
On Wednesday, DrugDev is debuting its Site Activation Module at the SCOPE Summit. The company believes the module will greatly improve all tasks of site activation, from protocol feasibility, site identification and selection, to contracts and the collection of site regulatory documents.
inVentiv Health announced the launch of two global Site Advisory Groups (SAGs) at the annual Global Site Solutions Summit.
Boston-based BBK Worldwide announced that its RSG (Ready. Set. Go.) program has improved patient recruitment and retention based on supporting data from five major global studies.
SCRS and Eli Lilly have announced a Site Engagement Partnership.
Medidata has announced that Polaris Pharmaceuticals has selected Medidata Payments to integrate its clinical trial site reimbursement process.
The Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) and the National Association of Veterans’ Research and Education Foundations (NAVREF) have announced a partnership.