The need for persons with clinical research experience has grown exponentially over the last decade. Regulatory bodies, such as the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), National Institute of Health (NIH) and Health Canada (HC), are demanding an increased amount of rigor within clinical trials to produce quality study results. With this occurrence, the Clinical Research Associate (CRA) profession has gained the attention of job seekers around the world. The role of CRA has become a highly sought-after occupation among those with health and life sciences degrees, as well as those with various other educational backgrounds.
Angela Roberts, Head of Recruitment at craresources, has become an advocate for integrity maintenance in clinical research candidates. The focus of craresources is to ensure that every applicant who is put in front of a client for a CRA position is not only a CRA, but a quality CRA . Angela was recently interviewed by Tegan Versolatto of Xtalks to gain vital insight into her proven strategy of vetting applicants to ensure that they are who they say they are. Read the article here at