The increasing complexity of the clinical development of novel drug products demands high-level qualification and expertise of all parties involved and at all levels of the management of clinical plans and the planning, conduct and reporting of clinical trials.

Irrespective of professional background training, most of us learn the job by just doing it, which works if well guided and supported by expert training.

Continuous training is a good clinical practice (GCP) mandate. In consequence, many resources have become available that provide excellent training opportunities. However, most of this training is targeted on how to do things, for example on formal topics.

ACPS likes to take its trainees one important step further: to understand why companies do things in a certain way. To this purpose, ACPS has created a series of training modules, including on topics such as clinical pharmacokinetics, bioavailability and bioequivalence, pharmacovigilance for clinical trials, GCP, good documentation practice for trial management file (TMF) management.

The firm provides such training at various levels and for various audiences.

In addition, the ACPS-Library holds several writings that address the many challenges of the pharmaceutical field and how best to meet them.