Qtech-Sol Professional Development Center is a Professional and Management development training organization located in East Windsor, New Jersey, USA. Its Center for Career & Professional Development (Private Career School), specializes in offering full-service training solutions towards Clinical Trial andf Monitoring, Drug Safety-Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Data Management, Clinical SAS programming. We offer In-demand clinical science programs that emphasize Good Clinical Practices (GCP), guidelines followed by US-FDA (Food and Drug Administration), European-EMA (European Medicines Agency), and Health Canada.
CLINICAL RESEARCH AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Are you passionate about clinical research and want to be part of a research team to conduct clinical trials? Want to be a clinical research manager in a pharmaceutical , CRO or research hospital. You must have an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, chemistry, medicine, nursing, public health and other healthcare majors to qualify. At Qtech, we strive to achieve your career goals and make you successful.
WHAT IS A CLINICAL STUDY / TRIAL?
Clinical research is medical research that involves people. Clinical trials are research conducted on people to evaluate medical, surgical, or behavioral interventions. Researchers have discovered whether new therapies / new drugs, diets, or medical devices are safe and effective for people. Often, clinical trials are used to find out whether new therapies are more effective and/or have fewer harmful side effects than standard therapies. Clinical trials of drugs are often described in terms of their stage. (I, II, III and IV).
THE ROLE OF CLINICAL RESEARCH PROFESSIONAL
It is the responsibility of the clinical researcher to ensure that these trials are conducted ethically with good clinical practice and that all team members adhere to strict regulations. They must handle documents and materials carefully and safely. Overall, researchers are responsible for recruiting and screening patients, maintaining patient care in terms of health and progress, and then submitting results to sponsoring organizations upon completion.
The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) can be hired directly by the sponsor company of a clinical trial or by a contract research organization (CRO) (also known as a clinical research organization), which conducts clinical trials on behalf of the sponsor company. The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) is also called a clinical trial monitor. They have a broad description of their work, but their main responsibility is to ensure the rights, safety, and well-being of the participants in clinical trials. The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) serves as the primary means of communication between the sponsor and the site. A clinical research Associate / Assistant (CRA) professional sets up, monitors, and closes clinical trial sites assigned to him/her. Depending on the level of experience, CRA is usually hired by employers at CRA I, II and III levels.
Are you passionate about drug monitoring or surveillance and keen about the safety of patients, this career pathway will interest you. Do you have a degree in medicine, pharmacy or nursing? Well, this career path and plan is perfect for you. At Qtech, we strive to achieve your career goals and make you successful.
Drug safety is the main aspect of medical therapy that can play a major role in deciding which drug should be given to a patient. Pharmacovigilance (PV or PhV), also known as drug safety, is the pharmacological science relating to the collection, detection, assessment, monitoring, and prevention of adverse effects with pharmaceutical products.
THE ROLE OF DRUG SAFETY PROFESSIONAL
Drug safety associates or assistants work in the medical industry to monitor the safety of medicines and to assess and prevent adverse reactions in patients. A pharmacy safety profession (also known as pharmacovigilance) can include working with clinical research organizations conducting trials, biotechnology companies, pharmaceutical companies, or government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Drug safety assistants need excellent research skills, a solid medical or biological science background, and a deep understanding of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), European Medicines Agency (EMA) guidelines and regulations. Your responsibilities include analyzing clinical trial data, writing reports, and determining whether a particular drug is safe.
CLINICAL DATA MANAGEMENT AND SAS
Are you passionate about clinical data analysis and reporting, research, database design, data analysis and modeling, and want to be part of a clinical research team to support clinical trials? This career path is best for you. You must have a bachelor’s degree in statistics, mathematics, computer science, biotechnology, medicine or healthcare administration to qualify. At Qtech, we strive to achieve your career goals and make you a successful clinical data manager or SAS data analyst.
Clinical research is medical research that involves people. Clinical trials are research conducted on people to evaluate medical, surgical, or behavioral interventions. Researchers have discovered whether new therapies / new drugs, diets, or medical devices are safe and effective for people. Often, clinical trials are used to find out whether new therapies are more effective and/or have fewer harmful side effects than standard therapies. Clinical trials of drugs are often described in terms of their stage. (I, II, III and IV)
ROLE OF CLINICAL DATA MANAGER
Clinical Data Coordinators handle clinical information like patient records, appointments, studies, and other official documents. Their role is coordinating activities which relate to clinical administrative tasks and recording data for study and validation.
Clinical data managers are responsible for collecting data from a variety of medical research projects, such as clinical and pharmaceutical trials. They work collaboratively to make sure data is collected, managed and reported clearly, accurately and securely.
ROLE OF CLINICAL SAS PROGRAMMER
SAS is widely used in clinical trial data analysis in pharmaceutical, biotech and clinical research companies. SAS programmers play an important role in clinical trial data analysis. In addition to doctors and clinicians who collect clinical trial data, the group conducting data analysis includes statisticians, clinical data managers (CDMs) and SAS programmers. Statisticians provide the ideas and methods of the data analysis, clinical data managers manage the collected data and control the data quality. In between, SAS programmers implement the analysis methods on the collected data and provide the study summary tables, data listing and graphs to the statisticians and for clinicians to write study report.
Healthcare Business Analyst
Are you passionate about medical insurance, project management tasks to boost the efficiency and profit of medical facilities by assessing their data management, financial activities, and services and want to be part of a medical provider team. This career path is best for you. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Management, Pharmacy or a related field is generally required for this designation. At Qtech, we strive to achieve your career goals and make you a successful.
Healthcare Business means (a) the provision, administration or arrangement of health care services, worker’s compensation insurance, related ancillary products or both directly or through an HMO, a provider, a regulated healthcare service contractor or any other business which in the ordinary course provides, administers or arranges for such services, products or both, (b) the provision, administration or arrangement of health, life and related insurance, (c) the management of health care services (including medical management claims services and management through medical information services), and (d) any business activities related and incidental to any of the foregoing.
Role of Healthcare Business Analyst
A Healthcare Analyst is in charge of evaluating medical data to improve the business part of hospitals and medical facilities. Also known as Healthcare Data Analysts, these highly-analytical professionals prepare status reports, create record-keeping processes, and assess data from different sources. Healthcare Business Analysts may regather information, review findings and explore potential solutions.
Business Analysts may use computer software and mathematical models in conjunction to test variables, like the effects of minimizing overtime on the quality of patient care. After the models have been adequately evaluated, Business Analysts choose the best fit and prepare to execute a solution or Healthcare policy.