Clinical Research Coordinator Advanced Certificate Now offered at NECC

May 11, 2017

Clinical Research Coordinator Advanced Certificate

  • Affordable tuition and strong support services
  • The convenience of learning online
  • A career with expanding job opportunities

A clinical research coordinator is at the forefront of investigating the development of new drugs, drug protocols, medical devices and diagnostic tools. As a clinical research coordinator you will assist with conducting clinical studies and trials. Your responsibilities may include patient recruitment, data management, monitoring patient and study compliance, and keeping accurate documentation.

NECC iHealth Programs allow you to complete your semester coursework at a time that works best with your schedule. There is, however, one practicum course that requires the completion of a minimum of 180 hours of face-to-face work at a practicum site location.

NECC’s Clinical Research Coordinator Certificate will prepare you to enter the clinical research workforce with the computer, communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills needed to meet the needs of the region’s research facilities. Successful completion of the program will help prepare you for the applicable credentialing/ licensing exams available for CRCs. This program can be completed over three semesters (Fall, Spring, and Summer). Eight courses are required, including the onsite practicum of 180 hours.

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For more information visit www.necc.mass.edu/ihealth, or contact Linda Comeau at 978-738-7610 or lcomeau@necc.mass.edu or Cristina Nuncio at 978-738-7609 or cnuncio@necc.mass.edu.

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