1 To Certify or Not to Certify Sandra Halvorson, BA, CCRP Clinical Research Coordinator II CIBMTR Minneapolis Campus Sue Logan, BS, CCRP Clinical Research Coordinator II CIBMTR Minneapolis Campus November 3, 2011
2 We have no financial relationships to disclose.
3 Clinical Research Professional Definition: One who is involved in one or more aspects of clinical trials research. i.e.: Data collection, data analysis, case management of protocol, subject recruitment, human subject protection, informed consent development, adverse event reporting, construction and monitoring of CRF s, drug/device accountability, protocol development, budget development, site monitoring/auditing, education of health-care professionals, report preparation, IRB relations, etc.
4 Clinical Research Professional Role Description: Can be described as: administrator, coordinator, educator, and /or researcher in the management of clinical trials. Hold a wide range of roles and responsibilities.
5 Who is a Clinical Research Professional? George Washington University survey study: CRP is likely from a healthcare background. Work as part of a team. Driven by the opportunity to advance scientific discovery. To improve peoples lives.
6 Historical Model of Research A self-contained business unit for managing clinical studies. (i.e. it was the sponsor, the investigator in one site) Far less complex studies Far fewer regulatory requirements.
7 Present Role Increasingly complex trials. Ever increasing regulatory requirements. Multi-site. Ever expanding globalization. Academic or private institutions. Corporate pharmacy, device and biotechnology. CRO Contract Research Organizations.
8 CRP Backgrounds Come from varying backgrounds: Nursing Pharmacy Medical Technology Business administration Health records maintenance Statistics Biology Teaching Other areas
9 Training and Education Requirements No education requirements. No undergraduate degree programs. Few Certificate programs. Few graduate programs. No training requirements. Most training comes from on the job or baptism by fire training.
10 Anoka Ramsey Clinical Research Professional Certificate Program. The Clinical Research Professional Certificate program is designed for students with a degree in nursing, pharmacology, or biological sciences who desire to move into clinical research positions in biomedical or other healthrelated companies. Admission requirement: Baccalaureate degree in pharmacology, biology or a related field or have completed RN (AS, AD, BSN) degree.
11 Program Goals: By completing this certificate, students will achieve the following learning goals: 1) explain the steps in the research process; 2) describe the process for data collection and documentation; 3) demonstrate an understanding of applicable regulations for conducting clinical trials in the US and other countries; and 4) describe the elements of Good Manufacturing Practices (cgmp) and Good Clinical Practices (cgcp); and, 5) understand and demonstrate components of clinical research protocol.
12 Is there a need to be certified? Clinical research professional holds a pivotal role in the execution of studies. Can significantly affect the trial outcome. Can significantly affect the data that is captured. Can affect the patient safety and wellbeing.
13 Value of Certification 1. Credibility. - Impartial 3 rd party endorsement of knowledge and experience. Sets you apart from other professionals. 2. Enhances skills and knowledge. - Certification requires training, studying and keeping up-todate with changes. Requires re-certification. 3. Validation. Provides evidence of experience and qualifications to the FDA and other regulatory bodies during inspections. 4. Accomplishment. Validates your skill set by meeting internationally recognized standards.
14 Value of Certification 5. Demonstrates your engagement. Shows your commitment to your career and to higher standards. 6. Increases on the-job responsibilities. An indicator of your willingness to invest in your own development. 7. Improves career opportunities and Advancement. Identifies you as one who has demonstrated proficiency of accepted research principals, techniques and applications of best practices 8. Earnings potential. - Many experience salary and wage increases and are in high demand and recruited aggressively.
15 Why Certification ACRP website states: Certification can serve several purposes from providing evidence of experience and qualification of a research team to the FDA or other regulatory bodies during inspections to validating competency when considering a new employee.
16 Certification Statement from ACRP website: Recent evidence has indicated that regulators believe certification reduces risk to research subjects. There are fewer errors, lower costs, more rapid turnaround and greater safety in trials when certified personnel are involved.
17 Retrospective Study formal training and Certification of investigators and clinical research coordinators in GCP has the potential to increase protocol adherence and improve clinical trial quality. Haeusler, J. Certification in good clinical practice and clinical trial quality: A retrospective analysis of protocol adherence in four multicenter trials in the USA. Informa Healthcare Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs. 2009, 26(1-2):
18 Certification Eligibility
19 ACRP Certification Exam Eligibility ACRP certifies on the basis of job function. Different exam for CRC and CRA
20 ACRP CCRC Exam Eligibility Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) works at a clinical site under direction of PI. Academic qualification and practical work experience: Option 1: Associate/Bachelor s degree or RN Work Experience performing the essential duties of a CRC: 3,000 hours Option 2: Other (e.g., LPN, LVN, Medical Assistant, Lab Technician, H.S. diploma) Work Experience performing the essential duties of a CRC: 4,500 hours
21 ACRP CCRC Exam Eligibility To be eligible to take the CRC exam, the following duties are considered essential: Participating in conducting subject visits Collecting data directly from subjects Completing Case Report Forms (CRFs) Maintaining source documents
22 ACRP CCRA Exam Eligibility Clinical Research Associate (CRA) supervises, monitors, and supports the administration and progress of a clinical trial on behalf of a sponsor, whether from a field monitoring or in house monitoring perspective. Option 1: Master s or Bachelor s degree or RN Work Experience performing the essential duties of a CRA: 3,000 hours Option 2: Associate s degree Work Experience performing the essential duties of a CRA: 4,500 hours Option 3: Other (e.g., LPN, LVN, Medical Assistant, H.S. diploma) Work Experience performing the essential duties of a CRA: 6,000 hours
23 ACRP CCRA Exam Eligibility To be eligible to take the CRC exam, the following duties are considered essential: Pre study site evaluation or study initiation visits Study monitoring visits or preparation of monitoring visit reports Study termination visits or query resolution
24 Substitution of Clinical Research Education If an applicant has completed an education program in clinical research from an accredited institution this may be used to substitute for 1,500 hours of the work experience Content that substantially maps to the essential duties of a CRC or CRA Consisting of at least 216 contact hours In all cases, a minimum of 1,500 hours of work experience performing the essential duties is required.
25 ACRP Exam Content All exams have specific core requirements of Good Clinical Practices as identified by the International Conference on Harmonization guidelines : ICH Clinical Safety Data Management: Definitions and Standards for Expedited Reporting(E2A) ICH General Considerations for Clinical Trials (E8) Declaration of Helsinki
26 CCRC Exam Content Protocol Evaluation Site Preparation and Initiation Investigational Product Accountability Laboratory and Diagnostic Issues Safety/ Adverse Events Subject Recruitment/Informed Consent Case Report Forms Source Documentation
27 CCRA Exam Content Protocol Development Design of Case Report Forms Site Initiation Study Monitoring Data Management Study Close-out
28 Certification Exam Eligibility SoCRA Determined by academic qualification and practical work experience. SoCRA Membership. Category 1 : 2 yrs full time employment during the past five years. Category 2: Hold a degree in Clinical Research and completed 1yr full time work during past 2 yrs. Category 3: Certificate in Clinical Research and A.A. or B.A degree in science, health science, pharmacy or related field plus 1 yr full time work.
29 SoCRA Exam Content Exam is intended to create an internationally accepted level of knowledge, education, and experience. Exam was developed to test the knowledge of a standard core of competencies to reflect the basic knowledge as required by research professionals.
30 Basic Core Competencies 5% - Foundations and principals of clinical research ethics. 20% - Laws, regulations and standard operating procedures. 15% - Responsibilities of sponsors, monitors and PI according to the principals of the ICH, GCP and FDA regulations. 15% - Regulations for Informed consent, IRB s, and financial disclosure. 15% - Principals of study design, study closure and record retention. 5% - Application of safety reporting requirements. 25% - Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in practical applications.
31 Good Clinical Practices The Nuremberg Code The Belmont Report The Declaration of Helsinki 21 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Parts 11, 50, 56, 312, U.S. Code of Federal Regulations - Part 46 FDA Information Sheets for Clinical Investigators ICH GCP Guideline for Good Clinical Practice (E6), and ICH Clinical Safety Data Management: Definitions and Standards for Expedited Reporting
32 Exam Outline Conduct of Clinical Trials Sponsors and research bases Funding Study design, trial phases, blinding Protocol development Protocol amendments Investigational drugs, devices, therapies, and procedures Record retention Adverse events Monitoring and quality assurance Informed consent Grants and funding Forms completion and monitoring Audits and site visits
33 Exam Outline Institutional Review Boards and Regulations IRB membership Reporting requirements (annual reports, protocol changes, and adverse events) Clinical Drug Requests Federal Drug Administration statement of Investigator (FDA 1571/1572) Investigational drug accountability Investigational New Drug, New Drug Application
34 Ethical Issues Exam Outline Element of Informed Consent Clinical Fraud Disclosure of Clinical Information FDA & ICH Guidelines on Research
35 Exam Outline Ability to Follow Directions This portion of the examination will ask questions involving test schedules and dose modifications. There will also be questions directly related to your ability to follow directions.
36 Exam Outline Abstracting Information from Medical Records This portion of the examination is a practical examination, including common mathematical calculations, reading clinical reports, and reading medical records.
37 Value of Certification Formal training and certification of investigators and clinical research coordinators in GCP has the potential to increase protocol adherence and improve clinical trial quality. Haeusler, J. Certification in good clinical practice and clinical trial quality: A retrospective analysis of protocol adherence in four multicenter trials in the USA. Informa Healthcare Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs. 2009, 26(1-2): Feedback from the industry is clear Certification is invaluable
38 SoCRA Clinical Science Courses Exam Prep course 5 day course - 2 modules Module I - a 3 day course Regulatory/Procedural Module Member $750 non-member $825 Module II - a 2 day course Medical/Scientific Module Member $600 non-member $675
39 ACRP Fundamentals of Clinical Research 2 day course Provides core knowledge and skills that a clinical research professional needs in order to better execute their functions. Member $930 non-member $1110
40 Certification Qualification Exam Certification Information: Association of Clinical Research Professionals ACRP Website: acrpnet.org Exam fees: Member CRA = $648, CRC = $612 Society of Clinical Research Associates SoCRA Website: socra.org Exam Fees: Member = $195
41 Continuing Education
42 Maintaining Certification Continuing Education Both SoCRA and ACRP require current in membership. Both organizations require continuing education credits to maintain certification status. ACRP 24 CEUs every 2 years SoCRA 45 CEUs every 3 years and completion of re-certification quiz At least half of CEUs must be in clinical research topics
43 Continuing Education Both SoCRA and ACRP offer continuing education programs ranging from webinars to 2-3 day seminars. Both SoCRA and ACRP have annual conventions. Both organizations also offer CEUs via webinars, journal articles, and local chapters
44 Local Chapters
45 Global Chapters
46 Local ACRP Chapter Event Tonight Recent Monitoring Guidance from the FDA This work session will review THREE recent releases from the FDA about Monitoring. "Compliance Program Guidance Manual" for BIMO inspectors "CHAPTER 48 Bioresearch Monitoring" (CPGM for sponsors, CROs and monitors and CPGM for clinical investigators and sponsor-investigators) for foods, biologics, drugs and devices which was implemented on March 11, 2011 "Guidance for Industry: Oversight of Clinical Investigations A Risk- Based Approach to Monitoring" which was released August, 2011 to "enhance human subject protection and the quality of clinical trial data. Contact hour(s): 2.0 Contact Hours have been approved by ACRP
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