The ACRP Holiday Mix is Back!

Happy Holidays from the Association of Clinical Research Professionals! We are improving quality in clinical research by directly impacting the professionals conducting clinical trials. Our mission is to promote excellence in clinical research. But for the holiday season, we’re promoting excellence in holiday listening. Enjoy!

Jim Kremidas, ACRP Executive Director

Site Perspectives on Clinical Trial Quality

With site perspectives of clinical trial quality rarely heard, authors, using focus-group insights, present a statistical model for sponsors and CROs to identify the services and resources sites need to perform high-quality studies. Read More Source: Applied Clinical Trials

Kathryn Kimmel, CCRC, CCRA, ACRP-CP, FACRP, a senior clinical research associate with PRA Health Sciences and 2018 ACRP Board Chair

Making the Business Case for Competency-Based Certification

With each clinical trial query carrying an estimated $250 price tag, hiring competency-based certified professionals can save sites a lot of money in several ways—including whittling down query frequency, says incoming ACRP Association Board of Trustees (ABoT) Chair Kathryn Kimmel, CCRC, CCRA, ACRP-CP, FACRP, a senior clinical research associate with PRA Health Sciences. “One of […]

ACRP Announces 2018 Board of Trustees and Officer Election Results

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is pleased to announce that the following individuals have been elected by the ACRP membership to serve on the Association’s Board of Trustees for 2018. Re-elected for a second two-year term: Guy Iannuzzi (Public Member), CEO, Mentus David Morin, MD, FACP, CPI, FACRP, Director of Clinical Research, Holston […]

Katherine Pryor, MPM, CPM, Project Manager, Atlantic Research Group, Inc.

Misunderstandings Continue to Plague Project Managers

Ever have the feeling that a sales team has overpromised on what the firm it represents can deliver? If so, you’re not alone, says Katherine Pryor, MPM, CPM, a project manager with Atlantic Research Group, Inc. In the world of clinical trial deliverables, disjointed communications and mismanaged expectations can slow a study’s momentum and make […]