Holiday Gift Guide for Clinical Researchers

Holiday Gift Guide list

‘Tis the season once again! It’s time to start thinking up cool gift ideas for your clinical researcher friends and colleagues! … Are you stumped? Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite product picks that are perfect accessories for the CR life. I lovingly curated everything on this list and each item is below $40.…

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7 Steps to a Simply Awesome LinkedIn Profile

7 Steps to a Simply Awesome LinkedIn Profile You hand your business card to a new contact at a networking event and immediately, anxiety washes over you. What if they visit my LinkedIn profile to connect? It is so boring. So embarrassing. So disorganized. Fear not, Clindividual, my entire goal at ClinOps Toolkit is to…

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How do I manage millennial employees in clinical operations?

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Millennials (born between 1981 and 2000) will make up 75% of the work force within the next 10 years. Millennials are able to amplify their ideas and values (with social media, confidence, brand prowess, etc.). Already, millennials have achieved Senior Management positions and their presence has impacted corporate culture. And they get a bad rap.…

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What does a lead CRA look like?

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A lead CRA on Day 1 I was 27 years old when I walked in to the Clinical Research Associate (CRA) training room at my first Contract Research Organization (CRO) job. I’d flown in the day before, a 6-hour flight and then a chatty cab-ride along the waterfront. I’d barely slept. I was jittery. There…

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How to Network with ClinOps Toolkit

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ClinOps Toolkit Grows Again! We’re building a community for established clinical research professionals to meetup, share best practices for managing clinical trials, and voice issues and concerns from the everyday (or not so everyday) challenges in clinical trial operations. What’s in your ClinOps Toolkit? What skills do you need to focus and grow? If you…

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How to Improve Medication Adherence in Clinical Trials

[box style=”0″] We met the contributors for today’s guest post through their promotion at the DIA 2015 conference and they kindly agreed to provide an article on Medication Adherence. in clinical trials today, a specialized dispensation device called CleverCap has helped some sponsors achieve better medication adherence and compliance mesasurement.The CleverCap helps patients take the right dose,…

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GCP Video Series: Audit and Inspection of Clinical Trials

[box style=”0″] Please subscribe to the Good Clinical Professionals series on our YouTube channel (link).  Daron Scott, Senior Contributor at ClinOps Toolkit will bring you new videos every month.  He is asking hard-hitting questions to find out what it takes to be an extraordinarily effective Good Clinical Professional!  Connect with Daron on Twitter @Scott_Daron In…

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Increase Patient Safety: Quality Clinical Trial Data

Do deep analysis to ensure quality clinical trial data Nancy Isaac joined us for the June 2014 panel discussion of ‘Leveraging Real-Time Reviews: Quality Clinical Trial Data’. In an industry where clinical trial protocols are becoming more complex, it is more critical than ever to leverage real-time reviews of clinical outcome data. Our panel of clinical…

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Have you met Daron Scott?

Meet Daron. Daron Scott, Senior Contributor – ClinOps Toolkit What gets measured gets managed. ~ Peter Drucker Mr. Consistency I am lucky to call Daron the original ClinOps Toolkit Volunteer Contributor and also my friend.  Daron is not Mr. Agreeable, or Mr. Social-Hour, or Mr. TellMeAboutYourFeelings, but he is absolutely Mr. Consistency.  His personality, difficult…

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CRA Superhero

CRA Superhero Are you a CRA Superhero? I get asked all the time, “how does it feel to be a CRA Superhero?”  OK, so that is total malarkey, nobody has ever called me a superhero.  I can tell you honestly though that it often feels a bit bitter, exhausting, and hopeless. I’ve made myself a…

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