Online Conference Library
Experience professional development sessions from the annual ACRP Global Conference & Exhibition, when and where it's convenient for you, through ACRP's Online Conference Library.
ACRP's Online Conference Library is a valuable resource for clinical research professionals looking to keep pace with current trends in the field, and for those looking to diversify their knowledge base. The library includes more than 200 sessions from ACRP's Global Conference & Exhibition (2012-2013) covering critical topic areas in clinical research, including: Biologics; Business and Finance; Clinical Data Management and Statistics; Clinical Study Management & Delivery; Communication in Clinical Research; Devices; Ethics and Human Subject Protection; First-in-Humans/Phase I Studies; Global Issues; Modeling to Improve Efficiency; Professional Development; Regulatory; Subject Recruitment; Technology & Innovation; and more.
The Online Conference Library includes recorded sessions from the ACRP Global Conference & Exhibition synced to slide presentations, which can be downloaded and saved for future reference.
Accessing the Online Conference Library
If you attended the ACRP Global Conference & Exhibition in 2012 or 2013 with full-conference registration, access to the Online Conference Library is complimentary (click for details).
If you did NOT attend the ACRP Global Conference & Exhibition, access to the Online Conference Library (2012 or 2013) can be purchased for $49 (Member) or $229 (Regular) each. To receive contact hours/credits for sessions evaluated in the Online Conference Library, a fee of $10 per contact hour/credit hour is required (does NOT apply to 2012 sessions, for which contact hours are no longer available). Sessions may also be purchased a la carte for $20, inclusive of all associated contact hours.
To get started, please visit www.prolibraries.com/acrp and create and account.
FREE — An FDA Clinical Inspection: Are You Prepared?
Sample the ACRP Online Conference Library through this free session, An FDA Clinical Inspection: Are You Prepared?, delivered at the ACRP 2012 Global Conference & Exhibition by top-rated speakers Gary Yingling, Esq., and Patricia MacCubbin, MS.
This complimentary session begins with an FDA inspection of the clinical site of "Dr. Doright" by an FDA investigator. During the inspection, the FDA investigator asks about recordkeeping errors, informed consent issues, and patient inclusion and exclusion criteria. At the inspection's conclusion, an FDA Form 483 is issued. Following the inspection, a discussion occurs on the steps necessary to prepare for, survive, and respond to an FDA inspection. Issues discussed include pre-inspection preparation, training, record review, dealing with the FDA investigator, responding to questions, the exit interview, and the written response to an FDA Form 483.
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What is 'Professional Development'? Do You Have a Pathway for Success?
At ACRP, we believe professional development is the intrinsic motivation that comes from within each clinical research professional to recognize his or her responsibility for: safeguarding patient safety; ensuring quality of data; ensuring ethical conduct of clinical trials; ensuring regulatory compliance at all times; and ensuring research projects are completed on time, on target, and on budget.
We support the professional development of clinical research professionals by offering high-quality resources and services that are relevant to the needs, interests, and work of clinical researchers, that are performance-based, and that allow you to own your success in clinical research. And if you're looking for guidance on your professional development, check out ACRP's proprietary Professional Development Pathways for clinical research professionals.
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