Clinical Research Associate
Under the supervision of a Clinical Research Supervisor or Principal Investigator (PI), the CRC will perform duties related to the support and coordination of clinical studies.
About This Course
A Clinical Research Associate (CRA) or a Clinical Trial Monitor is primarily responsible for monitoring, administrating, and supervising the overall progress of a trial. Effective clinical trial monitoring is essential to ensure the smooth conduct and progress of clinical trial activities. This ultimately helps to generate quality research data for analysis and trial results.
If you are looking to start or advance your career as a CRA or you are already a Clinical Research Associate without any formal training, the course Certification for Clinical Research Associate” will certify and develop the skills to become a successful CRA.
Virb is an online & self-paced certificate program that will provide you with comprehensive training on scientific, financial, practical, ethical, and technical concepts of clinical trial monitoring. This 8 weeks training course covers in-depth training for the role of clinical research associate (CRA) in 20 modules covering 150+ topics. Each module is well explained in detail with the help of illustrations, mock training, templates, examples, and flowcharts.
Who Should Enroll?
The course is designed in such a way that any clinical research professional can enroll in this program to prepare for the role of Clinical Trial Manager. The course can be attended by:
- Clinical researchers (Clinical Research Associate, Clinical Study Manager, Project Manager, Project Coordinator. or Project Lead) looking to develop skills in project management of trials
- Trial Investigators, CRC, Study Coordinators, Physicians and medical professionals
- Researchers who are recently appointed as managers
- Experienced project managers looking to gain skills and knowledge to provide fundamental skills to execute their job functions efficiently
- Other specialists from Medical Affairs, Pharmacovigilance, Pharmaceutical Development Scientists, Translational Medicine, Regulatory Affairs etc