Knowledge Center

How to use the Knowledge Center

Ready to broaden your skillset? This is your one-stop location for training and professional development resources. You will find all the resources you need to become a linical research professional, keep up-to-date or simply to get better at what you do.

  • ACRP Training: Project Management for Clinical Research Professionals

    ACRP is offering a course in project management for clinical research professionals. This is a 2-day course specifically designed for clinical research project management and will help you gain a broader perspective of the clinical trial lifecycle.

    It is $645 for ACRP Members with Early-Bird Pricing.

    Research Triangle Park, NC (July 14-15)
    Seattle, WA (September 8-9)
    Arlington, VA (November 3-4)

  • DIA On the Go eLearning Programs

    DIA offers many eLearning programs that can help you advance your knowledge in the areas of clinical trials, drug safety, drug development, medical communications, and more.

    For the clinical research professional, DIA offers the Clinical Trial Fundamentals eLearning Program, which is DIA's newest program is designed to provide a practical context to help clinical research professionals learn more about conducting clinical trials.

    For more information on DIA's eLearning programs, please visit their site at

  • Streamline Over-reporting to IRBs

    ACRP Training and Development is hosting a live webinar on how to streamline over-reporting to IRBs.

    IRBs are over-burdened with reports not required by federal regulation. Study sites are often confused about reporting requirements and err on the side of "caution" by over-reporting.

  • FDA Guidance for the Industry: Use of Electronic Health Record Data in Clinical Investigations

    The FDA has released new guidance with regards to the use of electronic health record data in clinical research. You can find the guidance using the link below:

  • DIA Webinar: Developing Clinically Meaningful Patient-Focused Outcome Measures

    Explore the statutory and regulatory provisions governing FDA standards of safety and effectiveness, including its flexibility in applying the standards. This webinar will focus on the four types of clinical outcome measures: Patient-reported outcome (PRO), clinician-reported outcome (ClinRO), observer-reported outcome (OBsR), and performance outcome (PerfO).

    If interested, click here to register: