If you’re new to clinical trials or weighing the benefits of becoming a clinical research professional, you’re likely navigating unfamiliar terrain and confronting unanticipated challenges.
PPD’s SiteCoach offers robust training, coaching and support to health care practitioners who are new to clinical research. Our customized training program paves the way for a more successful experience for your patients, enabling you to offer more options to patients who are seeking relief or who want to contribute to medical research.
Experience Is the Best Teacher
PPD has experience in planning, designing and executing clinical trials for hundreds of companies worldwide, both large and small. We know the challenges and opportunities of clinical research because we’ve encountered and overcome them.
More Evidence Means Better Treatments
Access to new medicines is often delayed by months or years because too few patients—and too few physicians—participate in clinical trials. As a result, there are insufficient data to secure regulatory approval.
Approximately half of principal investigators who participate in a clinical trial for the first time do not participate again, due to a wide range of factors, from lack of staff and training to time constraints.1
SiteCoach is designed to address these industry challenges by increasing the number of high-performing research sites and expanding the pool of eligible patients who participate in clinical trials.
Through SiteCoach, you receive:
- Comprehensive training and tools at each stage of the clinical trial process.
- Optimally timed training before, during and after the study to ensure continuity of support.
- Virtual, in-person or hybrid training approach to meet your specific needs delivered as one full course of four modules OR one abridged course of two modules.
- A user-friendly online interface that includes a learner community portal with resources and tools, a learner forum and mobile gaming designed to increase learner retention.
SiteCoach, a comprehensive instructor-led training program, is part of the TransCelerate site qualification and training initiative, a mutual recognition program following the updated International Conference on Harmonization ICH E6(R2) Good Clinical Practice (GCP).