Raise your hand if you:
- Like the way you teach or were taught about good clinical practices (GCPs)
- Believe your training approach is effective
- Feel confident that you and you and your team fully understand the complexities of your protocol.
Chances are you’re in the minority if your hand shot up. This is not only astonishing (given the importance of ensuring everyone involved in the clinical trial process is competent) but also embarrassing (given that it’s 2020 and we are still using old-fashioned methods to teach clinical research professionals how to conduct clinical trials).