Paw Prints by Denni Day
Denni Day’s experience in clinical research spans almost thirty years and virtually every indication. There are few problems that she has not seen…and solved. She is an active member of AHI and GADA, writes frequently for various trade publications, speaks at many industry conferences, and has lectured at CVM.
September 26, 2016
In the February issue’s article, Riding the Veterinary Learning Curve, I noted the influence of study training on investigator performance and explored the connection between investigator learning styles and study training effectiveness. I also summarised the comments of eleven current and former veterinary school professors (who had been recommended by thirteen practising veterinarians I had interviewed) regarding their teaching strategies. As I promised at the end of that article, I will share my suggestions for more effective study training sessions based on what I learned from those two surveys, as well as from my own experience over the last 30 years.
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