Entry level clinical research jobs and core competencies

November 2008
Clinical Trials Administrator;Nov2008, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p130
The article offers information on the Consortium of Academic Programs in Clinical Research. The group is comprised of directors of academic programs that produce clinical research professionals, as well as representatives from clinical facilities that support those programs. Its goal is to meet the need for the clinical research profession to define its core competencies for entry level and advanced level clinical research positions.


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