New Format, Frequency for InSite

Blog imageWelcome to the new Investigator Blog, InSite.  This replaces our quarterly newsletter with the same name.  This change was made to share relevant and interesting communication with sites more frequently.   The InSite blog will be updated monthly with eLearnings, employee profiles and articles about clinical research and laboratory best practices.

We look forward to communicating with you more often and providing helpful information, practical tips and some fun, lighthearted pieces.  As always, your comments and feedback are welcomed and encouraged.

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Investigator Training Ensures Everyone is on the Same Page

TrainingCovance’s Investigator Training department is a global group of professional speakers who conduct face-to-face meetings or remote trainings to help sites master and comprehend all the details in the Laboratory Manual.

Think of them like your very own tutor – helping you maneuver the ins and outs of a study. They can provide eLearnings or even come to a site to train staff directly.

“We make sure everyone is on the same page for the study,” said Senior Investigator Trainer, Dalia. “It’s important that everyone knows how to collect a sample the same way. It makes for more reliable data.”
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Trainer to Sites: Help us Help You

Brad Brill photoYou may not know Investigator Trainer, Brad, but you might recognize his voice. Brad is the narrator of many eLearnings featured in the InSite newsletter/blog.

Brad has been with Covance for 22 years and prior to that worked in a microbiology laboratory at a hospital in the Southeastern part of the United States. Since joining Covance he has always worked in Central Labs and has held positions in the Laboratory and also in Project Management.

This experience, combined with his background, makes him an excellent trainer. One of the things he enjoys most about his job is what he learns at investigator meetings. Continue reading