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10-Week Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) On-Boarding Program

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Course Description 

The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) has a vital role in the conduct of a clinical trial and is a key liaison between the investigator, subject, IRB, and sponsor. The online 10-Week Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) On-Boarding Program will provide a comprehensive introduction to clinical research and the job functions of the CRC for both drug/biologic and device trials. This program will provide core skills and encourage critical thinking to those individuals looking to support, facilitate, and coordinate the daily activities of clinical trials. Case studies and industry best practices will be presented to underscore how the learning objectives apply directly to the responsibilities of the CRC.

The resources required to take this on-line course are already at your fingertips - an Internet connection and a phone. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation that provides you with the Web Seminar link and audio connection information.

Prior to the start of the course, participants will receive a comprehensive course workbook and reference guides. Come to class prepared to interact – you will be able to ask questions, provide feedback and participate in discussions and group work. In order to complete the course, participants are required to pass both a mid-term and a final exam in order to receive accreditation CEUs. Upon completion, training and CEU certificates will be provided to all participants.

Learning Objectives 

  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of the Clinical Research Coordinator
  • Prepare for what a pharmaceutical or device sponsor is looking for in a research site during a pre-study evaluation or site selection visit
  • Describe the requirements for source documentation, case report forms, study tool development, and standard operating procedures (SOPs)
  • Define informed consent requirements and learn the process of conducting informed consent
  • Define safety definitions and reporting requirements for both drugs and devices
  • Discuss regulatory compliance and quality assurance as it relates to audits and inspections

Course Outline 

  • Module 1: Introduction to Clinical Research, Investigational Product and Device Development, Regulatory Oversight, and Good Clinical Practice Guidelines
  • Module 2: The Clinical Research Team: Roles and Responsibilities
  • Module 3: The Principal Investigator and Site Selection
  • Module 4: Clinical Study Protocol Breakdown and Feasibility Evaluation
  • Module 5: Source Documentation, Case-Report Forms, Study Tool Development, and Standard Operating Procedures
  • Module 6: Informed Consent Requirements and Process
  • Module 7: Study Initiation, Start-up, and Ongoing Management Activities and Sponsor Expectations
  • Module 8: Safety Reporting: Definitions and Reporting Requirements
  • Module 9: Accountability for the Test Article and the Trial Termination Visit
  • Module 10: Regulatory Compliance and Quality Assurance: Audits and Inspection

Who Should Attend 

  • Aspiring CRCs (This course is also appropriate for CRCs with less than six months experience)
  • College Students and New Graduates in a Scientific Field
  • Nurses interested in developing skills in clinical research

NOTE: This course is for individual registrants only and does not allow for group training.

What participants say about Barnett's 10-Week Courses ... 

“The program helped with a systematic approach to information needed in conducting a trial and observing all the regulatory requirements. When in doubt I will be referring back to the manual.”

“This course has greatly improved my understanding of the clinical trial process. I have worked in clinical for six years but not in this capacity. I can now speak to colleagues with greater confidence. “

“This class is a joy to take. The teaching is outstanding, and the material has been very valuable.”

“The lessons I learned in the 10-week program are highly important to my daily work. Each module of the web seminar provided guidance to clinical trial activities.”

Instructor 

This course will be taught by one of the following instructors: 

Linda Carter, R.N., B.S.N.

Nikki Christison, B.S., C.C.R.A.

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Course Length Time 

10 weeks for 3 hours each week.

Friday mornings, 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. Eastern. Friday afternoons 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern

Registration Fees 

$1,695 by Early Bird Deadline noted in Upcoming Courses section above 

$1,895 after Early Bird Deadline 

 

This course is for individual registrants only and does not allow for group training.  

Certificates of Attendance, and accreditation, provided that accreditation requirements are met.

 

Accreditation Information 


Barnett International is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.  Participants will receive 30 hours (3.0 CEUs) of continuing education credit for full participation, including the completion of a pre-test, post-test, and program evaluation.  Barnett International will mail ACPE statements within three weeks of program completion.  ACPE#: 0778-0000-14-088-L01-P. Released: 8/14.  

Hold this course at your company! For more information, contact Naila Ganatra at (215) 413-2471.