George Clinical (GC) is at the heart of developing Asia Clinical Research Professionals. This summer, our Clinical and Regulatory Manager, East Asia volunteered as a trainer for Asia Training Consortium (ATC) in its Foundational Clinical Project Management training program in Hong Kong.
ATC is a non-profit organisation aimed at providing a unified platform for industry players to share training resources in order to efficiently, and cost-effectively provide training and development programs for all healthcare and pharmaceutical professionals in Asia.
This particular training program was a two day workshop for aspiring clinical research professionals that are moving up the career ladder as clinical project managers. Our GC trainer organised the training workshop this year in Hong Kong and delivered training topics covering project life cycle management, quality and risk management, people management and resources planning.
Participants from different pharmaceutical and CRO companies from Asia joined the ATC program conducted in the Merck Hong Kong facility this summer. Two GC participants from Malaysia and Hong Kong joined respectively and shared their clinical project management experience with other participants through interactive class exercises.
This is the second year in which George Clinical participated in the program, allowing our staff opportunities to mingle with the wider clinical research community in Asia region.
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