IAoCR accreditations provide a robust and meaningful method of verifiying the competence of clinical research professionals. All our trainers have gained hands-on experience in their subject areas, hold the TMIACR accreditation (Clinical Research Training Manager Accreditation) and undergo a thorough competency assessment prior to delivering our programmes.
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Clinical Research Monitor Accreditation (MIACR) Programme, Part 1 – Technical Skills for CRAs
Please note this is a course overview only. Please contact us for full course details and to discuss your specific requirements.
Part 1 of a programme designed to develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours of clinical research professionals who want to provide evidence of competence in clinical research monitoring practice and achieve an internationally recognised accreditation in Clinical Research Monitoring.
Who should attend?
The aim of this three day course is to give Clinical Research Monitors a comprehensive background to the technical skills required for the role of a CRA.
- The roles and responsibilities of a Clinical Research Monitor
- Common design feature of clinical trials
- The various types of adverse events and their respective reporting requirements
- How to identify a good investigator site
- The overall process for regulatory approvals of clinical trials
- How to prepare for and plan a successful initiation visit to an investigator site
- How to conduct the key activities of the different types of monitoring visit
Course Duration & CPD Points
Three days + post course learning assignments. 60 CPD Points
Because this course is accredited against specific learning outcomes, evidence of learning against prescribed assessment criteria will be collected from the delegates during and after the course as evidence of how the learning was applied back on the job. Certificates of Accreditation will be issued to those delegates who provide satisfactory evidence of learning.