Are you a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) working in the United States or US Territory?
A Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) is a research professional with various specialty backgrounds, whose primary role, under the supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI), is the management, support, or conduct of clinical research. The CRC includes a variety of professionals that fulfill this role and might consist of a research professional, nurse, social worker, pharmacist, or other allied health professional. Although your title may not be CRC if you fulfill this role, you are considered a CRC for this survey.
If you are a CRC, I need you to help me understand more about your important role in clinical research by completing a 20-minute survey. The survey will collect data from CRCs, like yourself, about perception of roles, responsibilities, and competence in implementing clinical research activities in order to provide a description of current CRC practice. If you are not a CRC working in the US or US Territory, it would be appreciated if you could send this along to someone who is a CRC.
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International Association of Clinical Research Nurses
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