Aside from a downturn caused by COVID-19, the clinical trials sector will continue to boom, representing a thriving $46 billion industry. Job growth in this dynamic field is expected to grow by 13 percent by 2026 and hence the University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center offers its new clinical research professional certificate program. It is designed to offer clinical research associates (CRA) advancement in this critically important field.
TrialSite commends University of Hawaii on embracing and investing in this critically important field. There is a critical need for well-trained coordinators and monitors (CRAs) and the University of Hawai’i’s new program is designed to provide these roles the training and background in coordinating oncology clinical trials, basic statistical and epidemiologic methods, ethical and regulatory aspects of human subjects research, protocol development and more.
Offered at UH Outreach College, the program is designed to train CRAs to work at the UH Cancer Center (one of only 71 such research organizations in the country designated by the National Cancer Institute), its affiliated hospitals, industry partners or at academi...
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