Three Day Research Associate Skills (CRA) Beginners F2F Course (July 11-13, 2022) –

Three Day Research Associate Skills (CRA) Beginners F2F Course (July 11-13, 2022) –

Three Day Research Associate Skills (CRA) Beginners F2F Course (July 11-13, 2022) –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Live: CRA Beginners F2F Course” training has been added to’s offering.

A 3-day CPD accredited intensive course for those looking to improve their clinical research associate skills (CRA). This course provides a comprehensive and valuable insight into a CRA’s entry-level role. how will I benefit from taking this course?

By the end of this course you will:

  • Identify suitable investigators to participate in a clinical trial
  • Perform pre-selection visits to assess the suitability of a site to conduct the trial
  • Understand what essential study documentations are required to start a trial
  • Conduct pre-trial activities including drug (IP) release procedures
  • Conduct an initiation visit
  • Monitor the conduct at the investigational site
  • Review source documentation and site file review
  • Perform site management activities
  • Conduct a close-out visit at the end of the study
  • Complete a clinical trial

A “practical” and “hands-on” workshop that focuses on current practice. And the CRA’s role and responsibilities in the context of the regulations and rules governing clinical trials.

We will look at a day in a CRA’s life to provide insight into the profession. Mock-up sample protocols and study documents will be used throughout the course to reinforce the learning. Who is the course designed for?

If you are a clinical trial administrator who has just been promoted to a CRA level I or have limited experience as a CRA, this modular training is specifically designed for you.

You may be a research nurse or a former data manager who has landed their first role as a CRA.

This is a good starter course that will equip you with the skills to conduct clinical trial initiation and/or monitoring and basic site management at the investigational site.

“Excellent course. Better than expected. Discussions and workshops insightful. Course content quite intense, but simplified by excellent instructors. I gained invaluable knowledge of the role of a CRA”

Key Topics Covered:

  • The primary duties of a CRA
  • The specific responsibilities in accordance with ICH-GCP, SOP and regulations:
  • Before the clinical phase of the trial commences
  • During the clinical conduct of the trial
  • After completion or termination of the trial
  • Essential documents- Preparation, collation and QC
  • Ethics and regulatory submissions and approvals of the clinical trial application
  • Study Start up activities- site identification and selection, QC for IP release
  • Site Activation- SIV, ISF review and Drug supply review
  • Monitoring and Site Management
  • Study site close out activities

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