A mutual Dilemma for site
management organizations continues to be finding experienced clinical research coordinators.
The success of clinical trials depends profoundly on clinical research coordinators
as they play a key role in the executions of trial procedures. Therefore, the demand
for experienced and qualified clinical research coordinators is extremely high.
This article will describe the duties of clinical research coordinators, discuss
how to stimulate their performance, and explore the training impact on CRCs.
Keywords: Clinical Trial; Clinical
Research Coordinator; Research Nurse; Study Coordinator; Duties; Challenges; Performance;
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