Tags: Training, Detailing Visits
We are proud to announce that our team at NaRCAD has trained over 1000 people in the techniques of academic detailing. We’ve conducted 60 trainings for detailers working on an amazing range of clinical topics since our first techniques training in 2011. Thank you for growing with us as we’ve expanded from two trainings a year to offering eight trainings in 2022. In honor of reaching this milestone, we’ve compiled testimonials from some of our trainees over the past 11 years.
"Just the right amount of didactic, practice, then putting it all together—I'm ready to develop materials & try it.”
“I now have the confidence to carry out a successful educational visit!"
“The small groups were perfect for interacting, getting to know each other's backgrounds, and
made conversations and learning enjoyable."
“I came away with refined communication skills and improved clinical knowledge, thanks to the outstanding facilitators.”
“This was fantastic! I learned so much and [am] definitely more comfortable with detailing. It was friendly and open to mistakes, and I really appreciated it.”
“I walked away with great feedback, knowing my strengths and where I can improve.”
“It gave me great insights on the skills I need to be a successful detailer!”
“This training provides the opportunity to learn about AD in an interactive way that allows for growth though practice.”
We’d like to thank our trainees for committing to improving patient outcomes through clinician education. We’d also like to thank all our past and current NaRCAD facilitators for providing our trainees with the skills needed to be successful and confident detailers. We’re excited to share that we’ve had the pleasure of adding four more training facilitators to our team this year. Welcome to the team, Chirag, Jess, Julia, and Shuchin!
We look forward to continuing to work with all of you. Read more testimonials on our testimonial page or share your training experiences with us below!
-The NaRCAD Team
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