Friday, May 13, 2011

ACRP 2011 Global Conference Virtual Session

For the first time ever watch sessions from the ACRP (Association of Clinical Research Professionals) Global Conference & Exhibition live or on-demand without the need for travel.

Earn 6 Contact Hours (Accreditation Information) while virtually attending 6 Conference Sessions from highly-rated speakers, all at your convenience.

Live video sessions will begin promptly as scheduled. Archived on-demand versions will be available within 24 hours of the original broadcast.

$299 Member Price | $599 Regular Price
A link to access live and on-demand sessions, handouts and evaluations will be included in your confirmation email after purchase. Archived sessions will be available through August 8. Only the purchaser is eligible to receive contact hours, and evaluations for contact hours must be completed by August 8.

The following sessions are included in the ACRP 2011 Global Conference Virtual Session Package:
  • Implementing FDA/OHRP Training Standards: Are You Compliant?
  • So You Think You Know GCP...
  • FDA/OHRP Update
  • Fast Track to Success for New Clinical Research Coordinators
  • US Healthcare Reform's Continuing Impact On Our Industry
  • Increasing Predictable Site Enrollment Success

ACRP is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital, academic medical centers and physician office settings. ACRP was founded in 1976 to address the distinct educational and networking needs of research nurses and others who supported the work of clinical investigations. With its own professional society came the recognition of a new distinctive profession — that of the clinical researcher. More than 35 years later, ACRP is a global association comprised of more than 18,000 individuals in over 65 countries dedicated to clinical research and development.

Learn more about the ACRP 2011 Global Conference Virtual Session  here.


  1. Informative article. Thanks a lot for the info.

  2. Were you at the conference? I enjoyed all of the sessions that I was able to attend this year. I love that they're offering the plenary sessions online, as well.
    My ACRP/Seattle blog post is here:
    Thanks for spreading the word out about ACRP!

  3. I wasn't at ACRP this year, but I was hoping to attend so that I could give a presentation about physicians working in the pharmaceutical industry. Now, I plan to deliver that presentation as an ACRP webinar.