CRA Related Services:
We offer a full spectrum of services geared to the creation of task-ready, effective CRAs, and the on-going development of skills and knowledge of existing CRAs - in order to more effectively meet our major pharma clients' human resource needs and consistently add value to their human resource investment.
1. CRA Placement
We believe that any CRA who completes our CRA training to the required standard, is then fully qualified to effectively begin work and contribute as a Clinical Research Associate in the pharmaceutical sector. Using our knowledge of the industry and the many different and specialized demands of our customers, we meet the needs of both qualified CRA's and our clients by offering well-matched CRA in/outsourcing or permanent placements.
2. CRA Coaching
2-day program - individual Clinical trials, regulations, methodologies and CRA competencies are continually evolving. This program is offered to help our customers keep their CRA team up to speed with developments in the industry. Our CRA coaches are themselves experienced CRAs and regularly take part in CRA activities in their own right.
3. CRA Training
6-day program - group This is a program for new CRAs and is designed to provide all the knowledge needed to effectively begin work as a Clinical Research Associate in the pharmaceutical sector. The course focuses on both the theoretical and practical issues of monitoring clinical trials and will prepare participants to be fully operational on completion. Course content covers important aspects of the regulations in force concerning human experimentation, as well as good clinical practices and a CRA's responsibilities during each visit to the investigator's research site.
4. GCP Training (Good Clinical Practices)
1-day program - group The GCP program provides attendees with intensive training for an in depth understanding and a thorough knowledge of the clinical research process, roles and responsibilities of the important players and regulatory requirements. The course consists of both lectures and practical exercises. N.B. The ICH-GCP (International Conference on Harmonization – Good Clinical Practice) Guideline was developed in order to provide a unified ethical and scientific quality standard for conducting clinical trials that involve human subjects in the EU, Japan, and the United States. Since the incorporation of the guideline in European directives and their subsequent mandatory implementation in the national legislations of the individual member states of the EU, they are legally binding throughout the European Union.