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Starting with the April issue, ACRP's flagship journal will be redesigned, rebranded, and reborn as… well, you'll just have to wait and see!
As we strive to bring you a new journal that keeps pace with the new era of drug and device development, we want to share a couple of scheduling updates with you.
- The April issue, along with the associated Home Study, will be available to you slightly later than usual. The digital edition and Home Study will be posted online Monday, April 28, and your print edition should arrive in the mail during the first week of May.
- ACRP will unveil the new journal during the ACRP 2014 Global Conference & Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas, April 26-29. If you're joining us in San Antonio, please stop by the ACRP Pavilion during the Exhibit Hall Opening Celebration and get your first look at the new journal. If you haven't yet made your plans to attend the conference, time is running out, so please visit www.acrp2014.org while advanced registration pricing is still available.
The Monitor appears six times a year as a Member benefit through which ACRP strives to educate, intrigue, and inform ACRP Members with peer-reviewed articles, columns, and opinion pieces by Association leaders and news updates from internal and external sources.
Each issue of The Monitor offers nursing and medical continuing education credits through Home Study tests for Members’ professional development needs, and includes content for myriad facets of the clinical research enterprise.
The majority of the peer-reviewed articles in most issues focus on specific themes, as outlined in the Editorial Calendar, and articles are both solicited and accepted unsolicited from authors globally on topics that target the full range of the members’ skill levels.
The Monitor also includes information on product and service providers from across the clinical research spectrum.
Although the six regular bimonthly issues are available to Members only, each year one issue is made available to the public at no cost and features either clinical research career-related articles or collected perspectives on broad topics of general interest to the research community and its stakeholders.
The Monitor publishes special issues periodically that are available to the public and ACRP Members. The special issues available are: Clinical Research Careers (April 2013); Good Clinical Practice Revisited (September 2012); Careers in Clinical Research (September 2011); Conflicts in Clinical Research (September 2010); Clinical Research Careers (September 2009); Measuring Trust in Clinical Research (September 2008); Clinical Research Careers (September 2007) and the 30th Anniversary of ACRP (April 2006).
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