Wanted: Coordinator with good attitude, will train

November 2009
Clinical Trials Administrator;Nov2009, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p125
This article offers some tips on better managing clinical trial (CT) staff. It advises CT administrators to select people with potential and good attitudes. It also suggests to offer adequate training to employees. In addition, the article recommends the evaluation of staff and offering opportunities for professional growth.


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