clinical RESEARCH associate role

A clinical Research Associate (CRA) is primarily responsible for the managerial aspects of a number of clinical trials, at every stage of the process, at given sites.

This is fundamentally a “practical” and “hands on” workshop, that focuses on current practice to ensure the CRA delegate develops practical experience of the role. Participants will learn about the role and responsibilities of the clinical research associate in the context of the regulations and rules that govern clinical trials.

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Book a free consultation with our Head Trainer to find out more about our courses and the best fit for your future career in clinical research.

on the job responsibilities

FURTHER RESPONSIBILITies

skills to be a CRA

Most CRA positions require at a minimum a BSc in biological/life sciences, pharmacy, chemistry or related medical field or a nursing qualification. However, in many cases CRAs have entered the profession with other graduate/non graduate subjects. The main proviso is possessing the skills for the job.

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