Compliance Training Part I: Designing Compliance Training

What’s more difficult than ensuring training compliance? It’s designing training for compliance topics! Ever since the setting up of the ICH in 1990 and consequent harmonization initiatives, compliance is one of the most important guiding principles of the healthcare industry. It is surprising how deep compliance permeates in a healthcare organization- it is present, indirectly and directly, in every organizational function, however removed from explicit compliance activities. Therefore, compliance training needs to be provided at both the organizational, functional, and local levels.

That’s a lot of training for an individual to complete. And in the rush for meting training completion deadlines, the true value of being compliant is lost. According to a study conducted in 2013 by the talent consultancy, CEB, only 39% of responders agreed or strongly agreed that the compliance training they received was applicable to their day to day work. Unfortunately, an even lower number, 33%, said that the compliance training they received was engaging.

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