Clinical Trial Operations

Reduce Risk and Save Time With Microlearning for Clinical Trial Operations

Studies show that in as little as 30 days, 79% of knowledge is forgotten. It is simply a matter of how the human brain works. Developed at Harvard Medical School, Qstream’s scenario-based, microlearning solution was founded on the principles of leading brain science, focusing on how people actually learn and retain information. It is the only solution clinically validated through many rigorous, peer-reviewed clinical trials. Leading global pharmaceutical companies are now using Qstream to reduce business risk, saving precious time and resources.  

Key considerations:

  • How do you know if your site managers are making situationally-correct decisions when monitoring a site’s Key Risk Indicators (KRIs)?
  • Do you know your biggest knowledge gaps TODAY (not 6 months ago) of your Site Managers using your RBM process?
  • Would material risk be reduced if all site monitors increased proficiency for top competencies?
  • How can proficiency be increased in a timely and cost-effective way?

Our approach ensures that all of your employees are operating at the highest level of proficiency for the top risk areas.

Download our product sheet to learn how Qstream’s microlearning solution surfaces knowledge gaps of site monitors and clinical trial teams for remediation to reduce training cost and mitigate risk.

Qstream is not a learning management system (LMS) or a risk based management (RBM) system, but complements both. Our solution works extremely well with globally dispersed workforces and does not require IT integration. Contact us to learn more about how the leading pharmaceutical organizations are leveraging the last brain science research for their training initiatives worldwide.