Clinical trial sites are constantly getting peppered with questions at their site selection visits, in this video I discuss how to turn the tables and ask the CRA some questions of your own.
One of our core stakeholders as clinical research site owners are physicians. In this video I share some strategies for how one can prospect for more physicians to join their clinical research site.
Received a good question from a viewer who was confused about how responsibilities of a clinical trial and a clinical research site should be divvied up between a Principal Investigator and a site owner or other research staff.
There are hundreds of conferences you can choose to attend in this industry, but which ones in my opinion are best? In this video I give my two cents on this topic.
In this video I interview Jenny from BenchtoClinical blog. In the interview we discuss the 5 steps to getting started in the clinical research industry for individuals looking to get involved in this space. This is good for anyone wanting to learn how to be a CRA, study coordinator, project manager or any of the other dozen clinical trial job titles.
This is a video that you should share with any physician that you are trying to educate in regards to participating in clinical trials.
Getting payment for overdue delivered work in a clinical research study can often be frustrating for a clinical trial site. In this video I discuss some strategies that may work.
In this video I was helping one of my CRA Academy interns navigate her way through some clinical research source documentation and protocol deviations. We also discuss monitoring letters and reports and a slew of other differences between major and minor issues when you are monitoring a site.
For entry level clinical research industry job seekers, i often get asked the question of why a college degree is not necessary for a study coordinator considering the relative importance of this position on a clinical trial. The answer is rather simple: Principal Investigator oversight.
As a clinical research contracts and budgets negotiator you may or may not be familiar with some of the finer intricacies of negotiating. In this video Chris Sauber and myself offer some pointers.
As a clinical research site owner it can be easy to get lost in the minutiae of the day to day activities that go hand in hand with running a clinical trial center. In this video I discuss the only 3 things that matter: patients, physicians, and Sponsors/Cro's.
I interviewed a Clinical Research Associate who got his first job without any prior experience. Hope it is helpful for some of you looking to break into this industry.
Why do drugs cost so much? In this interview with Darshan Kulkarni we discuss the reason behind these prices and why Sponsors spend on average 1 million dollars per DAY to develop one drug!
In this video I explain the differences between a contract CRA and a salaried CRA when it comes to job types in the clinical research industry.
One of the largest growing segments of clinical research site owners are CRA's. In this video I answer a viewer's question on how they can start not only a clinical research site, but a Site Management Organization (SMO).
In this video I discuss what a site initiation visit entails during a clinical research study.
Patient recruitment is the lifeblood of any clinical trial. In this video I share some ideas for how a clinical research site can hire and compensate clinical trial patient recruiters.
Situation, Task, Action, Result. This is the STAR method utilized during most job interviews in any industry, including the clinical research industry. In this video I break down the STAR technique and suggest some strategies for how you can utilize it during your next clinical trial job interview.