The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) announces today that the National Association of Veterans’ Research and Education Foundations (NAVREF) is the latest subscriber to ACRP’s Site License program for clinical research training.
The program provides NAVREF members access to ACRP’s full catalog of online clinical research training programs.
With 20-plus programs included in ACRP’s eLearning curriculum delivered on a state-of-the-art Learning Management System, NAVREF members now have direct access via a site license to one of the most well respected and highest quality suite of training programs available on the market.
The proprietary, NAVREF-branded hosting environment not only provides cutting-edge clinical research training, but administrator control of user and learner records.
“We are thrilled to work with NAVREF as the latest organization to license the full suite of ACRP eLearning training programs,” says Jim Kremidas, ACRP Executive Director. “NAVREF is an outstanding organization with a true commitment to quality and we’re honored that they trust ACRP to provide an additional element of training for their members.”
“We’re excited to partner with ACRP to provide this terrific learning opportunity to clinical research professionals associated with NAVREF and our member nonprofit corporations,” said Rick Starrs, NAVREF Chief Executive Officer.
“NAVREF is offering this free training to ensure site staff have the tools they need to conduct safe and high-quality research focused on improving the health of veterans.”
ACRP’s eLearning programs are developed with the distinct goal to drive performance improvement for those engaged in clinical research. Each program delivers interactive material aimed at enhancing human subject protection, data quality, and regulatory compliance for organizations of all size within the clinical research space.
This article was a jointly produced by NAVREF and ACRP and also appears on the ACRP website here.