Knowledge Center

How to use the Knowledge Center

Ready to broaden your skillset? This is your one-stop location for training and professional development resources. You will find all the resources you need to become a linical research professional, keep up-to-date or simply to get better at what you do.

  • Introduction to Effective Medical Writing course

    The Center for Professional Innovation and Education is offering a 2-day course where you will learn about the different types of medical writing and how to write effectively. This course is valuable to those who write or review documentation in support of clinical trials and regulatory submissions. It will also benefit anyone who prepares or reviews articles or abstracts about therapeutic products for publication. The course is particularly helpful for those new to these disciplines who wish to understand the scope of medical writing.

  • Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) Recommendations: Quality by Design

    CTTI has recently published recommendations with regards to building quality into clinical trials. The paper outlines four steps to be taken to build quality into the design and conduct of clinical trials. Here is the link to access the paper:
    http://www.ctti-clinicaltrials.org/files/QbD_toolkit/CTTI%20Quality%20by...

    You may also access the paper through their website ctti-clinicaltrials.org.

  • Learn more about Risk Based Monitoring (RBM)

    MANA Consulting, is offering a web-based training course focused on preparing monitors to implement Risk Based Monitoring (RBM) in the field.

  • Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES)

    The Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES) is a global collaborative model, which aims to transform the clinical research enterprise through the construction of a global system for clinical research to accelerate medicines development while enhancing quality, safety, and long-term industry sustainability.

  • Canadian Clinical Trials Asset Map (CCTAM)

    The CCTAM was launched on June 4 and is a pan-Canadian database showcasing Canada's clinical research capacities. The CCTAM aims to help Canada be a leading destination for clinical trials in the global marketplace, providing a comprehensive picture of the breadth and depth of Canada's clinical research assets.

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