Interested in becoming a Certified Clinical Research Professional? SoCRA Certification Q&A – February 16th

SoCRA CCRP Certification – Q&A Session

Sponsored by the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) and Hospital for Special Surgery

Tuesday, February 16, 2016


Belfer Research Building (413 East 69th St), Rooms BB 302 B/C


Are you interested in becoming certified by SoCRA as a Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP)?

Do you have questions about eligibility and benefits of certification?

Join us to speak directly with SoCRA representatives, ask questions and learn if CCRP certification is right for you. Attendees will be the first to receive instructions to register for the exam on April 25, 2016.

Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) established the Certification Program for Clinical Research Professionals in order to create an internationally accepted standard of knowledge, education, and experience by which clinical research professionals will be recognized by the medical research community.

Clinical Research Professionals (CRPs) may function as a clinical investigator, research nurse, pharmacist, administrator, coordinator, data manager, quality assurance manager, regulatory affairs manager or educator in clinical trial management. Those individuals so approved may use the title “Certified Clinical Research Professional” or “CCRP.”

Questions? Please contact James P. Holahan, CCRP at

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