Introducing the GCP Video Series by ClinOps Toolkit

GCP Video Series

I am delighted to announce the GCP Video Series by ClinOps Toolkit.  Here, GCP stands for Good Clinical Professionals!  We have filmed two interview style videos already and I have filmed two vlogger style videos.  It has been a lot of fun learning more about this medium for communicating with you all.

We wrapped up our edits on the first video this week and you will see it posted here next week with an expanded transcript.

If you are subscribed to the newsletter, you will have access to extra video content and more exclusives just as a thank you for your ongoing interest and support.  In the meantime, here is a link to our first video:


Other Planned Improvements in 2015

Loyal newsletter subscribers and the Bay Area Networking group (15 events so far!) know that I have been promising big things from ClinOps Toolkit in 2015.


I announced a mentorship program, which kicked off in January.  I was overwhelmed by the sheer number of applications and interest and I can’t wait to share more with you by introducing everyone plus the goals and objectives of the program. I asked for volunteers and guest authors to join a private facebook community called ClinOps Toolkit Collective and that has been a constant source of inspiration for all of us in the program.ClinOps Toolkit logo circle

I promised to post more content at the blog and the ClinOps Toolkit YouTube channel.  Keep watching because more is coming soon. Our free LinkedIn discussion group has connected more than 700+ industry professionals. Plus the conversation keeps going at the Facebook Lead CRA and ClinOps Toolkit pages.  I’m grateful for your support and willingness to connect.


Moving forward, I’ll be talking in the royal “We” because this is now truly a community that we can use to share experiences, spearhead initiatives, and facilitate positive changes in the operations of clinical trials. You will see us focusing on bringing ClinOps Pros together to interact and discover more efficiencies in clinical trials; in this way, we hope to improve the public perception of clinical trials.


At the ClinOps Toolkit community, we want to constantly grow and connect to make really small iterative changes and tweaks. Over the course of a full drug-development cycle, these cumulative efficiencies could be really meaningful for our patients. We’re not here to re-work clinical trials but there is always opportunity to optimize.

You have all been a great support in this mission over our many years of blogging.  Thank you for inspiring us to always continue to improve without needing to be necessarily disruptive.

If there are other questions you need answered or topics you would like us to include in out 2015 editorial calendar, please leave us a comment below.

Check out our GCP Video Series

Thank you for following along!  Please check out more video interviews of Good Clinical Pros.  All this and more coming soon at the ClinOps Toolkit YouTube channel. Leave feedback and let us know what you would like to see next. Thanks!

-Nadia @clinopstk on Instagram and twitter

About The Author


Nadia Bracken, lead contributor to the Lead CRA blog and the ClinOps Toolkit blog, is a Clinical Program Manager in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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