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CRAHUB- Clinical Research Associate Job profile. Job description Top 5 reason to become a CRA? What happens at site Overview of role How to become a Cra? Top 5 Skills required in the role Career progression/ salary expectation How to improve your chance at getting role

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    1. CRAHUB- Clinical Research Associate Job profile • Job description • Top 5 reason to become a CRA? • What happens at site • Overview of role • How to become a Cra? • Top 5 Skills required in the role • Career progression/ salary expectation • How to improve your chance at getting role • General interview tips • Testimonies from CRA

    2. Clinical research associate- JD • Professionals dedicated to patient safety • Provide specialised monitoring services • Link between sponsor and investigator • Protocol and process experts • ICH- GCP expert see here • For more insight into the role see section 5.18 For more details see • Prospects • Kent • CRA eBook- ICR

    3. Top 5 reason to become a CRA • Work in the pharmaceutical industry • Play a key role in the drug development process • Working in science in but not restricted to the lab • Variety of activity and daily challenges • Promote public health

    4. Site monitoring activities • SDV ( review eCRF vs. source documents) • Drug accountability • Essential document review • Check consent forms, delegation logs and training logs • Discuss study conduct with PI • Writing post visit reports

    5. Overview of CRA role • Attend IM meetings • Provide site training at SIV (site initiation visit) • Conduct onsite monitoring visit • Conduct close out visit at study end • Prepare for interim or database lock • Drive site recruitment • Identify protocol deviation and escalate issues • Provide site progress updates on study calls

    6. How to become a Cra • Apply directly to either CRO, Pharma, Biotech, or vendor • Internship, graduate program or traineeship • Clinical research roles: CTA or CTC • Discuss opportunities with recruitment consultants

    7. Top 5 skills required for the role • Attention to detail • Diplomacy • Strong communication skills • Problem solving • Organisation For more attributes see: Prospects Kent CRA eBook- ICR

    8. CRA job progression/Salary Trainee CRA/ CTA- £18,000-£22,000 CRA I- £22,000-£26,000 CRA II- £27,000- £30,000 Senior CRA or Freelance- £30,000- £36,000 / £50,000 Other areas to progress into: Line management/ Project management/ Regulatory affairs

    9. How to increase you chances • Utilising the services on CRAhub.com • Gain experience of monitoring (co monitoring and shadow CRA) • Phone interview practice • Competency based question practice • Good understanding of ICH GCP • Tailoring CV and cover letter to CRA role • Join a professional body- ICR

    10. General interview tips • Research company- look for particular therapeutic areas or products • Link therapeutic area of interest to your background • Arrive early for interview • Take phone interview in private/ relaxed location • Stay calm • Get advice for current CRA’s • Be confident • Have competency answers ready • Prepare general interview question like: why you want to be a CRA • Prepare questions to ask interviewers- preferably about role

    11. Testimonies/FAQ Cra testimonies/case studies Donna Thompson Lindsay Emma FAQ Rebecca CRA in a CRO