John Lehmann, Director of Business Development, IMARC Research
Training programs should build proficiency in core job skills and be based on a strong regulatory foundation. Course curriculum should include practicum/on-the job training as well as exposure to emerging topics such as future trends in clinical data and patient centricity.
As trials continue to become more complex, CRAs and CRCs will need to be able to manage new technology and evolving job responsibilities. Training programs must be flexible enough to adapt to changes in the industry while also maintaining a robust regulatory framework.
Please take time to download IMARC’s latest whitepaper for recommended curriculum components for use in the development of a comprehensive training program for CRAs and CRCs.
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