I geniunely believe that clinicaltrials.gov is the most underappreciated website in the clinical research industry. Not only is it a portal for patients to find studies, it is also used by research sites and CRO's to find new business opportunities, and it can be utilized by potential clinical research employees or contractors to find their next job in the industry.
It is no secret that the clinical research industry is unbridled with turnover, particularly amongst the clinical research associates. In this video I discuss strategies that executives at CRO's can implement to lower this metric.
My CRA Academy students know better, but I receive dozens of emails on a weekly basis where candidates are shocked to discover that lying on their resumes is not a winning strategy to land a a job in the clinical research industry. Go figure.
Many individuals are seeking to make a career change or perhaps obtain a role with more responsibilities and pay. I discuss some strategies that anyone in the clinical research industry can implement in their next clinical trial job interview.
So many viewers want to get started in the clinical research industry either as study coordinators or as clinical research associates (CRA's). The problem is that most of these positions will not consider the candidate unless they have some prior clinical research experience to show on their resume. In this video I discuss several actionable strategies for how to go about doing this. Also, my CRA Academy trains candidates and provides them with experience through our internship program. Hope you can find some value here.
The vast opportunities that exist within the clinical research industry are rarely discussed outside of people who are already working in this field. When you take a look at just a research site, let alone a CRO or a pharmaceutical sponsor, one can begin to see the seemingly limitless possibilities that are available. In this video I decided to delve deeper into this topic in hopes of shining some much needed light in this direction.