Webinar | September 1, 2017

Are Delays In Clinical Trials Due To A Lack Of Experienced CRAs?

Source: goBalto

The clinical research industry is experiencing a concerning global shortage of experienced Clinical Research Associates (CRAs), with many sponsors and CROs finding themselves in a never-ending recruitment cycle. In an industry plagued by rising development costs, extended timelines, and increasing complexities, to what extent is the CRA shortage to blame for the delays in clinical trials? What are the causes of the CRA workforce shortage? Consequences and solutions? The webinar will focus on these issues and bottlenecks that contribute to delays that are outside of the CRA control.

In this webinar we will explore:

  • CRA shortage: A contributing factor or root cause in clinical trial delays?
  • Causes of CRA workforce shortage
  • What are the consequences of CRA workforce shortage?
  • Potential solutions
  • What bottlenecks are outside of the CRA control, which contribute to trial delays?
  • Using technology to pinpoint and track issues

This webinar is applicable to:

  • Sponsor and CRO roles responsible for site selection
  • Sponsor and CRO roles responsible for collecting and evaluating site metrics
  • Investigator site personnel responsible for feasibility responses to the Sponsor