In a recent article for Outsourcing-Pharma.com, ACRP Executive Director Jim Kremidas says that, after making tremendous strides in technology and process, 2018 is poised to be the year we turn our attention to the clinical research workforce. READ MORE Source: Outsourcing-Pharma In a separate article for Clinical Leader, Kremidas advocates for the clinical […]
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
Women with a passion for research and a desire to make a lasting impact on health care should give strong consideration to a career in clinical research. Check out ACRP’s contribution to the USA Today “Women in Research” supplement published by Mediaplanet. Read More Source: Mediaplanet
As 2017 comes to an end, I have been reflecting on the topics I’ve covered this year, focused mainly on patient- and site-centricity. It occurred to me that as an industry, we’ve been missing the topic of staff-centricity for quite some time. Read More Source: Clinical Leader
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) has launched a new initiative to develop competency standards for clinical research coordinators (CRCs) as part of a larger effort to advance the professionalism of the clinical research workforce. In this article, CWWeekly talks with Beth Harper, ACRP’s Workforce Innovation Officer, about ACRP’s competence initiatives.