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Compliance In Focus
Posted by John Lehmann on Tue, Jan 31, 2017

Building the Business Case for Clinical Research Training

Most clinical research study sponsors recognize that having a properly trained research staffBuilding-the-Business-Case_LandingPage.png is key to ensuring compliance and bringing their device to market faster. The question is, how do you implement an effective training program that achieves your organization’s desired goals?

This paper addresses the three Bs – buy-in, bandwidth and budget – and concerns about whether training will produce a significant return on investment that often keep sponsors from moving forward.

There is no doubt that cost is the most significant concern for many of the companies we encounter. Companies are reluctant to invest substantial money to train staff when turnover rates in the industry tend to be high. Additionally, we find sponsors are concerned that, as the field evolves, regulations and best practices can change and training will be outdated.

A well-trained staff is critical to the success and integrity of your clinical study. That’s why IMARC Research offers comprehensive training that can be customized to meet the needs of your team and individual staff members. Our training includes cost-effective in-person training, teleconferencing, and convenient online training available through our IMARC University web-portal.

Please take time to download our “Building the Business Case for Clinical Research Training – Achieving Buy-in, Setting a Budget, and Demonstrating ROI,” to learn more about building a customized training program that meets your needs.

We also encourage you to contact us if you’d like to learn more about training options for your clinical research staff or are interested in developing a customized solution to meet your needs.

Building the Business Case

Topics: IMARC University, Clinical Research Training, Building a Business Case


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