Who we are
The CRPBC is an informal, inclusive group of over 450 Clinical Research Professionals who work primarily in the lower mainland of British Columbia. We provide networking and professional development opportunities for everyone working in the clinical research profession, grant funded or industry sponsored. CRPBC members range from those with 25 years of experience (or more) to new grads from the biotech & sciences sector. Members work in all therapeutic areas, for Canadian, American and European projects.
The CRPBC will not share your information with anyone and will use the information to contact you, by email, with meeting reminders or special notices.
Regulatory News (click here for the archives page)
UBC REB is looking for your input – click here to complete anonymous satisfaction questionnaire - closes April 19, 2013
BCCRIN Provincial Research Asset Map - posted April 2, 2013
This online searchable asset map is designed to assist sponsors and CRO’s in identifying possible sites and investigators for placing clinical trials in BC.
The database is currently under revision to become more user friendly, easier to navigate and with more powerful search capabilities.
We encourage you to visit and ensure your site is listed! https://assetmap.bccrin.ca
Should you wish to add your site please email Alison Orth or call 778-928-8272.
BCCRIN SOCRA program – posted 19 March 2013
Regulators believe that there are fewer errors, lower costs, more rapid turnaround and greater safety in clinical trials when certified professionals are involved. Certification advances the clinical research profession by enhancing research participant safety, regulatory compliance and the public’s understanding of clinical trials.
More information on the program and how to apply can be found on the BCCRIN website:http://www.bccrin.ca/whats-new/for-research-sites/bccrin-clinical-research-professionals-certification-program/ Application deadline is Monday April 1, 2013.
BCCRIN releases their Clinical Trial Participation Survey report - posted 26 January 2013
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