The Association of Clinical Research Professionals


New Episode—Advancing Diversity in the Clinical Workforce

Featuring Danielle Coe, Founder, Black Women in Clinical Research

It’s becoming increasingly clear that the lack of diversity in the clinical trial workforce is one of the root causes of the lack of diversity in the patient population. Working to get to the core of both problems, Danielle Coe founded Black Women in Clinical Research (BWICR) in 2019. In our Oct. 9, 2020 discussion, she outlines why organizations such as hers are vitally important to improving clinical trials, and how BWICR has already made a positive impact.

Regulatory Review and the 2021 Crystal Ball

Leveraging Patient Groups to Improve Clinical Trials

Project Management for Non-Project Managers

Promoting the Patient Experience

Promoting Patient Diversity in Clinical Trials

Patient Recruitment: Today’s Trends, Tomorrow’s Potential

Building Community Among Coordinators

Getting Your Quality Management System Right

Promoting Diversity in Clinical Trials

Promoting Diversity in the Clinical Trial Workforce

Study Start-Up Challenges

Promoting Diversity in COVID-19 Trials

Patient Recruitment Trends

FDA COVID-19 Guidances

Professionalization of the Clinical Trial Workforce

Change Management

Effective Quality Risk Management as a Mindset

Advances in Clinical Trial Technology

Clinical Trial Workforce One Year from Now

Promoting Diversity in the Clinical Trial Workforce

Making the Most of Your Career Journey

How to Get Your Site Up and Running Again

Real-World Challenges Facing Virtual Trials

How to Market Your Site

Safely Returning to Sites Post COVID-19

Leverage Remote Training in Multi-Site Trials

Budgeting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Spotlight On… Clinical Trials Day

Patient Engagement During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Innovative Study Start-Up During COVID-19