This is a solo episode where I share with you “13 Suggestions for Becoming a Great Clinical Project Manager.”
If you are currently clinical project manager or desire to transition into the clinical project manager role, this episode is for you. This episode will also serve well for those interested in learning about what are the roles and responsibilities of a clinical project manager.
In this episode, I’ll share with you the fundamentals, tactics and soft skills that turn a good project manager into a great project manager.
At the most basic level, a project manager must be familiar with the clinical study protocol, clinical study procedure(s), and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) requirements.
Next, a clinical project manager needs to be savvy with creating and managing study budgets, timelines and resources.
Finally, the soft skills make a world of a difference between a good project manager and a great project manager. I’ll share with you 6 specific soft skills that will help you exponentially if you are really serious about the clinical project manager role.
Thanks to my blog reader Christopher B. for recommending this topic.
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About This Podcast Episode:
Selected Links from the Episode:
- Connect with me (Kunal)
- The Ultimate Guide to Clinical Trial Costs
- FDA Good Clinical Practice Guidance
- Learn Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office Tools
- Microsoft Office Products
- Create graphics and slides using Canva
- Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
- The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future by Kevin Kelly
- Protocol, follow-up requirements and adverse event reporting [01:26]
- Understanding the clinical procedure [4:42]
- Good Clinical Practice [6:02]
- Managing a clinical study budget [7:20]
- Proficiency with Microsoft Excel [8:22]
- Developing and executing on study timelines [14:41]
- Managing study resources [22:05]
- Paying attention to compliance [24:02]
- Being self-aware [28:13]
- Being objective in your decision-making process [29:40]
- Being proactive and results driven [31:04]
- Ask questions and be curious [32:58]
- Explain your thought process [36:40]
- How to communicate effectively [38:05]
QUESTION: What was your favorite lesson from this episode?
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