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Entries Still Open for US Clinical Researcher of the Year 2012 Competition
Date:7/31/2012

LONDON, July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

There is still time to enter the US Clinical Researcher of the Year competition, whose theme this year focuses on using resources more effectively without compromising patient safety or quality of data.

The competition welcomes participants from the following areas of research:

  • Study Nurse/Clinical Research Coordinator
  • Clinical Research Associates (with varying levels of experience)
  • Project Manager working within a CRO environment
  • Study Leader working within a pharma/sponsor environment
  • Clinical Trial Teams

Entries are building fast with engagement from a broad cross-section of CRO and pharma competitors including: PRA, PPD, Parexel, Chiltern, INC Research, Shire Pharmaceuticals, GSK, Sanofi, Benchmark Research, Endo Pharmaceuticals, MSD, Abbott and Allergan.

Professionals within the clinical research fraternity are able to compete on a level playing field in this competition, working through a series of competency-based exercises that start with a multiple-choice questionnaire based on ICH/GCP and end with a case-study devised to explore different approaches to risk-based or targeted monitoring.

Organised by media company PharmaTimes, the competition is independently judged by a high level Executive Steering Committee drawn from senior pharma clinical leaders within AZ, GSK, MSD, Sanofi, Shire, Endo Pharma, Allergan, Alcon and Stiefel.

Finals day and presentation of the US Clinical Researcher of the Year awards will take place on 8 November and will be hosted by competition sponsors, SAS, at their Executive Briefing Centre in Cary, North Carolina.

Closing date for entry to the competition is 7 September. For more information and/or to enter the competition please go to http://www.usclinicalresearcher.com.

Contacts: Sean Morgan-Jones - +44(0)208-8788566 - email: sean@pharmatimes.com.



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