Clinical Research Coordinator Awarded CCRC Credential

Published: October 1st, 2018

Category: News

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) has awarded Andrea Castro Cara, RN, BSN, the Certification of Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) for meeting eligibility requirements, demonstrating proficiency of specific knowledge and job‐related skills, and passing the standardized ACRP CRC Certification exam. The CCRC designation formally recognizes a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) has met the professional standards set forth by the ACRP.

The success of research studies often rely on CRCs, who facilitate many of the important clinical, administrative, and regulatory compliance responsibilities. By investing in specialized research professionals through clinical research credentialing, the Department of Anesthesiology promotes competence and standards committed to quality research at UF.

Congratulations to Andrea Castro Cara, RN, BSN, CCRC, for successfully passing the ACRP Certification exam!