Allen Develops Pharmacovigilance Software Training

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<p><strong>Salt Lake City &mdash; May 11</strong><br />Allen Communication Learning Services has strengthened its pharmacovigilance training presence by developing a new Argus systems course for one of the world&rsquo;s largest pharmaceutical companies. </p><p>This partnership marks the second major Argus training initiative Allen has completed in the last couple of years.<br />&nbsp; <br />Facing mounting safety and compliance issues, pharmaceuticals are turning to the Argus safety system, a software system for pharmacovigilance and risk management. </p><p>Required to maintain comprehensive coverage of integrated safety and data management, including regulation compliance, pharmaceuticals recognize the need to ensure existing and new employees are thoroughly trained on safety software systems. <br /><br />Tasked to develop a custom training solution that blended knowledge with understanding through interaction with the safety system, Allen created courseware the pharmaceutical&rsquo;s employees could participate in as often as needed. </p><p>This solution helps improve comprehension, which reduces errors and facilitates a smooth transition into the Argus system. <br /><br />&ldquo;Basically, we created a bridge that moves our client&rsquo;s employees into the Argus system safely and effectively through a &#39;see it, try it, do it&#39; training,&rdquo; said Ron Zamir, Allen Communication president. &ldquo;We determined from our needs assessment that learners want a chance to immediately apply what they&#39;ve learned. This course allows them to do so and to quickly demonstrate mastery if they understand what to do. We&rsquo;re excited to once again be at the forefront of improving pharmacovigilance through effective complex systems training. Improving human performance in such a crucial area is highly satisfying.&rdquo;</p>

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