Entries for this years’ PharmaTimes International Clinical Researcher of the Year competition are pouring in – with more entries than this time last year as we approach the busy Christmas period.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of this competition so be sure to get your entry in now to get the process up and running to ensure you do not run out of time – entry will close on the 31st January 2019.
Hesitate no further - Enter Now!
This competition challenges, recognises and rewards the talent and passion of industry and academic researchers, via a rigorous, ‘real world’ process that attracts entrants from all over the globe. It offers those working in the field of clinical research the chance to showcase their talent in front of industry experts – who will be on hand to give invaluable feedback to help you develop your skills further.
Year after year this competition receives high praise from winners and finalists - Joanne Whitehead, Senior Project Director for PRA Health Sciences and winner of the Project Manager category for the 2018 competition said, “I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the International Clinical Researcher of the Year competition. It provided an opportunity for me to move out of my comfort zone, learn a lot about myself and to meet fellow competitors and judges from not only my own company but wider within our industry. It was hugely rewarding and winning my category was the icing on the cake!”
The first stage of this competition asks candidates to complete a multiple-choice questionnaire in which a score of at least 80% must be achieved – one re-take is allowed for this process. Competitors must then complete a 1000 word essay, and those entrants judged to have the best essays will be invited to the final stage of the competition - which will take place on Thursday the 21st March 2019 for single entries and 28th March for team entries.
There’s no better time to begin the process than now, complete the Multiple Choice Questionnaire to get started - the sooner you complete it, the sooner you can get to work on your essay for Stage 2, so don’t delay!