Women in Research

Women Are at the Forefront of Medical Innovation

Women with a passion for research and a desire to make a lasting impact on health care should give strong consideration to a career in clinical research. Check out ACRP’s contribution to the USA Today “Women in Research” supplement published by Mediaplanet. Read More Source: Mediaplanet

Beth Harper, ACRP Workforce Innovation Officer

ACRP Advances CRC Competency-Based Standards

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) has launched a new initiative to develop competency standards for clinical research coordinators (CRCs) as part of a larger effort to advance the professionalism of the clinical research workforce. In this article, CWWeekly talks with Beth Harper, ACRP’s Workforce Innovation Officer, about ACRP’s competence initiatives. Read More Source: […]

Jim Kremidas, ACRP Executive Director

Three Questions: Jim Kremidas, ACRP

In a recent executive profile published by CWWeekly (July 10, 2017), ACRP Executive Director Jim Kremidas discussed variance in clinical trial quality resulting from a lack of standardized, industry-wide approaches to identifying, hiring, training, and assessing the clinical research workforce. “We need to have an industry-wide initiative, which would include sponsors, CROs, regulatory agencies and […]

USA Today Supplement on Clinical Trials

Creating a New Standard to Improve Competence in Clinical Research

Clinical research is the focus of a May 2017 USA Today supplement. ACRP Executive Director Jim Kremidas is the featured author of “Creating a New Standard to Improve Competence in Clinical Research,” which highlights efforts to standardize competence and career paths in clinical research. Download Supplement Source: USA Today, via MediaPlanet