Clinical trials are unavoidable in the development of drug products and setting up and running them is a complex, timely and costly process. It is essential to manage your clinical projects with streamlined efficiency to ensure they are completed within set timeframes and to budget. With this in mind, clinical professionals are increasingly looking for ways to improve the results of their clinical projects by implementing project management techniques.
Upon completion of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills to lead agile transformation projects and build patient-focused teams. The course breaks down clinical project management into 8 manageable bitesize modules, examining techniques such as analysing stakeholders, assessing risk/benefits, budget control and management style.
Ian Stokes is a project management practitioner, certified facilitator and trainer who delivers process and learning solutions to the pharmaceutical industry. His recent clients include Pfizer, Sanofi Aventis, Nestlé, Danone and Celgene. He delivers courses
on several Masters and MBA courses in France. As chairman of several project user communities in France he believes in a customer-centric approach to projects, with frequent feedback and open teamwork.
All clinical research professionals with limited time for personal development will benefit from the flexible learning approach, including:
Online academy is a new online, interactive and engaging education tool designed to maximise learning for professionals with busy schedules and/or small training budgets.
The online academy brings alike professionals together and gives you the opportunity to share ideas and questions via the discussion forum creating your own professional community. Our on-demand feature means the content is available as and when you need it allowing greater flexibility to your professional development and learning.
The course structure and format were amazing! Fantastic work Ian!
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