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Integrating Clinical Site Performance ‘Best Practices’ into Education and Training Programs
While clinical research is being conducted at thousands of sites worldwide, performance at those sites is inconsistent at best. In this paper, you'll learn how sponsors are tailoring the knowledge needs of clinical site researchers by role, whether they are experienced PIs conducting multiple trials, junior investigators new to the field, first-time CRCs or long-term study staff.
In this paper we share best practices among the best-performing sites, which include experience, past performance, understanding/contextualization of protocol, sponsor support and quality of training. Some of the best training programs include knowledge comprehension, retention and application are repeatedly assessed and augmented as necessary, with timely and relevant information.
DCRI and UL EduNeering have aligned to standardize clinical site training through a new educational approach, CREATe. CREATe’s premise is to incorporate a continually-evolving understanding of what makes a site successful, to improve clinical trial performance.