Beginner CRA

CRA BASICS, TIPS AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR ENTRY LEVEL CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES OR THOSE INTERESTED IN BECOMING CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES

Introducing the “How to Get the CRA Job” Series

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Over the past several months I have received several emails from my blog readers who want to know specifics on how to break into the Clinical Research Associate role. I have decided instead of answering each person individually it would be more effective to simply write a series of posts to address each question. So over the next few days I am going to go over with you, step-by-step, how to get yourself a dream CRA job. This is a 3 Part series titled “How to Get the CRA Job”. In it, I will share with you what kind of CRA jobs to apply for and what kind of experience you should make sure you have before applying. I will also let you know what to say during the interview. I will give you everything you need to get the job.

I am excited to share this with you and I hope it helps you along your journey to becoming a Clinical Research Associate!

-Sara

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One comment on “Introducing the “How to Get the CRA Job” Series

  1. Uma Nadkarni
    July 9, 2014

    hi
    I am doing my Masters in Medical Diagnostics and would like to start my career as a Clinical Trial Assistant leading to a Clinical Research Associate but I don’t know where to start cos I have no experience. Please can u help me in the matter so that I could atleast start somewhere

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