Clinical Trial Coordinators Benefit from Simulation Training

DURHAM, N.C. – Duke University Medical Center researchers have gathered evidence that training clinical trial coordinators on computer-controlled simulated patients before the beginning of a trial could reduce the potential risks to real patients.

The researchers said their findings indicate that the use of human simulators provides a key element of effective learning – interactivity – that traditional training programs can lack. For this reason, they argue that human simulation training should be an integral part of any complex clinical trial. MORE

Chris KeithClinical Trial Coordinators Benefit from Simulation Training