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.

  • Educational Tools and Resources from CISCRP

    CISCRP is an affiliate and partner of ACRP and is a 12-year-old non-profit organization dedicated to engaging the public and patients as partners in the clinical research process. CISCRP provides a variety of award-winning resources, programs, and services.

    ACRP Members now enjoy exclusive discounts on educational tools and resources provided by the Center for Information & Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP). These resources are great for helping trial sites educate study volunteers and to show appreciation for the role they play in advancing public health.

  • Biostatistics for Non-Statisticians

    The Center for Professional Innovation and Education is featuring a course designed as an introduction to the statistical principles that form the basis for the design and analysis of research investigations in pharmaceutical and medical device studies. The focus of topics will benefit individuals within the pharmaceutical, biotech and device industries including R & D managers, medical investigators, basic and clinical research scientists, clinical research associates and those involved in regulatory affairs.

  • ACRP June Training Schedule

    ACRP announced their June training schedule.
    Here's a look at their upcoming trainings:

  • ACRP eLearning: Understanding Clinical Trial Protocols

    ACRP has developed a new interactive eLearning course that reviews what a protocol is, its components, and how these vary depending on the research need. It will help you develop a better understanding of study protocol design and help you review and assess an existing study. By appreciating the form and function of a study protocol, you will be able to achieve both objectives.

  • Refer a Colleague to ACRP

    Help the Association of Clinical Research Professionals by recommending your colleagues for membership and ACRP will reward your efforts.

    1. Complete the form at the link below
    2. Your colleagues join ACRP
    3. You collect rewards from ACRP