DIGR-ACT

Free Live Webinar May 7: Critical Thinking In Clinical Research – A Better Way

4/18/2019

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Topic: Critical Thinking in Clinical Research and DIGR-ACT®

Date: May 7, 2019, space is limited to 100 participants! Sign-up Early.

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EDT

Duration: 60 minutes

Sponsored by: Life Science Training Institute

Webinar: Live interactive session. Recording will be available for 30 days.

Sign up here.

Introducing the DIGR-ACT® Solution! Part 2

4/09/2019

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What does ‘I’ stand for?

You have probably heard of the Five Whys approach to getting to root cause. ‘Why’ is a good question to ask - but not until you've dug around for more information first. After all, you are soon to find additional questions, such as: When did the problem start?  - and - Where exactly is the problem? The ‘I’ step in the DIGR-ACT® solution helps through ‘Is - Is Not’ questions. They can help lead you to define the issue better but may also point you in the direction of the root causes.

Exciting Announcement from Clinical Pathways!

3/07/2019

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We have some great news! Our online store is opening mid-March. As a grand opening special, all of our eLearning courses will be offered at a special introductory rate for the first 30 days. Our featured product is DIGR-ACT®, a solution for those looking to improve their critical thinking skills in relation to clinical trials. It helps clinical trial team members manage issues and risks that matter, to dig through and map information to root cause, then to come to valid conclusions on how to act effectively.

Is it Time to Retrain?

2/21/2019

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You have probably been in this situation before. A site prone to issues is having problems yet again, and this time it may be serious. You need to figure out what to do, and you are feeling frustrated. Your first thought might be retraining the site. After all, if they didn’t do the right thing, they must not understand what they are supposed to do. Isn’t that how we have always taken care of compliance issues? Retrain, document the training, and then hope for the best? Isn’t there something better?