Clinical Research Associate | Research Monitor
The primary role of a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) is to monitor clinical trials.
The responsibilities of a CRA may include:
- Working directly with pharmaceutical, device, or contract research organizations to ensure research is being performed in compliance with the study protocols, Good Clinical Practices, and regulatory standards.
- Traveling extensively within local and regional areas to review research documentation.
- Communicating effectively with site researchers and staff.
- Managing research projects.
CRAs often have experience working in health care or clinical research fields with two or more years of experience. In some cases, individuals with other degrees and backgrounds may participate, with the approval of the program director.
Degrees & Certificates
This is a 13 credit hour, online program that is not eligible for Federal Student Aid.
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