View upcoming ACRP events below, including Webinars, Classroom Training, the ACRP 2017 Meeting & Expo, and more.
See the future of clinical research at the ACRP Meeting & Expo in Seattle, Washington, April 28-May 2.
This session will provide an update on the current regulations, guidance and international effort toward sharing research results with participants.Find out more »
The aim of this presentation is to catalyze unconventional thinking and to provide a framework to organize innovative patient recruitment ideas.Find out more »
Through focus groups and survey administration, original research was conducted to determine actionable changes for sponsors to make to reshape clinical trial management with Study Coordinators in mind. Data will be presented as a case study to review research findings, the operational changes made based on findings and the tools used to facilitate changes.Find out more »
Through didactic instruction, discussion and real world scenarios, the webinar will provide the incentive, framework and tools needed to launch a successful QMP at your academic or community site.Find out more »
This session will help attendees discern and anticipate these important differences with an eye to best practices in device studies and collaborative solutions for success.Find out more »
Learn best practices in utilizing sample-centric RBM components from a centralized monitoring perspective to empower your study teams with up-to-date, accurate, and actionable insights.Find out more »
This webinar will help you plan for the future of clinical research and be prepared for the changes that are coming.Find out more »
This session will be divided into three different sections: pre-interview, during the interview, and post-interview.Find out more »
Starting with the end in mind, we will learn how to identify opportunities to initiate a discussion around pay, promotion or flexibility. Once able to identify the right opportunity, we will walk through the steps to start a conversation, present a solution, and negotiate a win-win in any scenario—business or personal!Find out more »
Project Managers, Regulatory Affairs Managers and Clinical Team Leads need to know main country-related specifics to plan effective and efficient strategies for study success, thus, contributing to health care improvements and delivery of new therapies to patients without unnecessary delays.Find out more »