Dubbed, Almac Clinical University, the platform was designed so that anyone with expertise can contribute. It consist of two parts: the Library and the Academy.
Matthew Cocking, director of marketing, Almac Clinical Technologies, told us the program was born out of necessity.
“The guidance and advice we often provide doesn’t always reside in a single location,” he said, so the company “decided to build a platform where everyone in the industry could come to for resources and information on some of the most trying parts of planning and executing clinical trials.”
Specifically, Cocking said the company has recently witnessed focus by trial sponsors on the ability to electronically assess and certify end-user training for eClinical systems, such as Interactive Response Technology (IRT).
As Outsourcing-Pharma.com previously reported, Almac recently announced a collaboration with Exostar to provide Single Sign-On (SSO) and Federated-Authentication access to eClinical applications used to support clinical trials, including IRT.