With a tightening clinical trial marketplace and an increasingly stagnant per-patient value, study sites are under ever-greater pressure to find new ways to reach new subjects and satisfy some wary sponsors, says Christian Burns, a specialist in clinical site business development and patient recruitment with ClinEdge. The key is flexibility and recognizing new market segments. […]
Clinical research site staff report communication, protocols, and monitors as the three most critical aspects of successful relationships with their CRO and sponsor research partners, according to new data from a collaborative research study by ACRP and CRO Analytics. In a survey of nearly 300 clinical research sites, the majority of respondents listed these three […]
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) continues calling for a groundbreaking shift in the clinical research industry: elimination of the commonly accepted and practiced two-year experience requirement for entry-level Monitors/Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) in favor of competence-based employment practices.
An article in today’s CWWeekly (“The ongoing CRA shortage: Competency versus experience”) notes […]
More than one-third of employees make their decision to stay or go within the first month of employment, studies show. Given today’s scramble for talent, now is the time to leverage any tool that can help retain top performers, says Liz Wool, RN, BSN, CMT, CCRA, Global Head of Training, Barnett International. Studies have also […]
A new paper published by Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) in the DIA Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science journal identifies key elements and strategies for increasing Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training efficiency (see Good Clinical Practice Training: Identifying Key Elements and Strategies for Increasing Training Efficiency). We spoke to one of the paper’s […]