The Association of Clinical Research Professionals

Certifications

ACRP-PMNEW: ACRP-PM® Subspecialty Designation

ACRP-PM® (Association of Clinical Research Professionals – Project Manager) is a new subspecialty designation formally recognizing clinical research professionals who have demonstrated knowledge in clinical research project management.

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ACRP CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

Clinical Research Associate

The CCRA® credential is awarded to a CRA who has passed the standardized ACRP CRA Certification exam.

Clinical Research Coordinator

The CCRC® credential is awarded to a CRC who has passed the standardized ACRP CRC Certification exam.

Principal Investigator

The CPI® credential is awarded to a PI who has passed the standardized ACRP PI Certification exam.

ACRP Certified Professional

The ACRP-CP® credential is awarded to professionals involved in all aspects of clinical studies/trials who have demonstrated the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform ethical and responsible clinical research by passing the standardized ACRP Certified Professional Exam.

Next Exam Dates: Sept. 10 – Oct. 8, 2018

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Benefits of Certification

ACRP Certification drives operational efficiency and quality, and elevates you above the crowd. Learn why ACRP Certification is right for you.

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Get Prepared

Prepare for success on your upcoming ACRP Certification exam with prep packages, practice exercises, eLearning programs, and more.

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Get Resources

Access helpful resources for earning your ACRP Certification, including forms, references, policies, handbooks, preparation support, and more.

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‘The Flagship Certification’ in Clinical Research

Hear what ACRP Certified professionals say about what their achievement means to them—and to their organizations—by watching this short video.

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