New ACRP/CenterWatch partnership underway
As promised when the partnership was announced mere months ago, a wealth of new resources intended to increase and broaden the market intelligence materials available to Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) members is now online (www.acrpnet.org/newresources), thanks to ACRP's collaboration with CenterWatch, a leading provider of information about clinical trials to both professionals and patients.
ACRP members may now access to CenterWatch publications, training guides, white papers, career tools, the popular "Clinical Trials Data Library and Drug Database" and the CenterWatch Site and Vendor Directories at the lowest rates available on the market. ACRP (www.acrpnet.org) and CenterWatch (www.centerwatch.com) also are working together to co-develop new resources to address emerging topics in clinical research and educate clinical research professionals.
These new resources greatly expand the catalog of on-demand tools available to members of the organization, meeting a long-standing goal of ACRP to address many of the more niche needs of its growing global membership.
"The ACRP and CenterWatch partnership has been incredibly positive, and I'm proud to deliver the fruits of this relationship to our members in the form of a robust catalog of on-demand print and electronic resources on ACRP's website," said ACRP executive director James D. Thomasell, CPA. "Whether you are looking for standard operating procedure templates, directories, white papers, benchmarking reports, or another type of resource, you will find what you need to conduct ethical, effective, and efficient clinical research. This is a powerful start to a relationship that promises to deliver even more impact in the future."
Based in Alexandria, Va., and founded in 1976, the nonprofit ACRP has a worldwide membership of research professionals dedicated to the ethical and responsible conduct of clinical trials across the globe for new drugs, medical devices, and therapies in volunteer human subjects.