The first CRAC meeting was held in June 1988 at the Bristol Place Hotel in the Toronto airport strip. The dinner meeting with a speaker format worked very well – a successful meeting that grew into many more from there.
Since then the CRAC has also expanded its membership to better represent all individuals involved in clinical research and a Canadian professional certification, the Clinical Research Professional of Canada (CRPC) certification, was introduced.
The meetings started out strictly in Toronto. Now the meetings are also held in Montreal and Calgary.
Past events covered various topics in regulatory affairs, e-consent technology, medical cannabis research and career advancement opportunities. Speakers included researchers, inspectors, industry experts and patient advocates.
Learn more about the CRAC here http://www.craconline.ca/
We are excited to announce our Clinical Research Career Event is back by popular demand!
This year we will be featuring a number of different industries, including medical cannabis, one of the fastest growing job markets in Canada.
This event will feature 4 speakers as well as many exhibitors and the event runs from 4 – 9 pm on Thursday the 29th of November 2018.
Our career events offer a unique opportunity to expand your network and help you explore the full range of career opportunities in clinical research. Bring your resume and business cards!
You can also get your ticket through the CRAC website
How does research reach the patient? Scientists and physicians from every medical specialty all over the world ask themselves this question. Particularly widespread diseases like dementia, cardiovascular diseases or cancer pose a significant challenge to the ageing society. The German Centre for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK) is hosting the 2nd DZHK Conference on Translational Medicine under the slogan “Paving the way to new therapies” on 9th and 10th January 2019 in Berlin.
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