Identifying Quality Sources to Train Site Staff and Investigators - Society for Clinical Research Sites – SCRS
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Identifying Quality Sources to Train Site Staff and Investigators

$79.00 (Non-Member Price)
$0.00 (SCRS members – Included as member benefit, no additional cost)

Course Description
Small sites often have bottom lines that don’t allow for expensive and redundant training for their research staff. In this discussion you will learn about the general industry training requirements, and frugal resources to utilize when training your staff. Best practices will be shared to support sites in providing high-quality training at a reasonable cost.

Presenter
Kimberly Talbot
Owner & Director
Professional Research Network of Kansas

Kim is a clinical nurse specialist with a focus on adult medicine. She founded PRN of Kansas – a community-based, independent research clinic – in January 2000. She has overseen over 350 studies as the organization’s site director. She has been a certified clinical research coordinator (CCRC) since April 2001.

 

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