Clinical researchers have 2 weeks left to submit their essays for the International Clinical Researcher of the Year competition for 2017
The PharmaTimes International Clinical Researcher of the Year 2017 offers unique career development opportunity for clinical researchers worldwide. The deadline for entry essays is Tuesday 31 January, so don't delay!
How to enter:
Stage 2: Those who score 80% or more complete a 1000 word clinical challenge
Stage 3: The top candidates from Stage 2 attend and compete in the Finals day in March
The Finals is a dynamic and different day of category specific challenges designed to allow your demonstrate your skills and competence. You will receive valuable mentoring and feedback on your performance from a judging panel formed of high-level industry leaders. To qualify for the Finals, you need to pass the Multiple Choice Questionnaire and complete the 1000 word clinical challenge essay.
Previous entrant Victoria Berry from Quintiles, winner of Clinical Research Associate of the Year 2016, commented: "The competition was a validation of my training and experience since joining the clinical trials industry nearly ten years ago. It renewed my faith in a 'people approach' to the monitoring role and problem solving. The competition provides a channel for clinical research staff who often work remotely far from any head-office to gain recognition and visibility within any large company – even one with tens of thousands of people like Quintiles!"
Don't delay. Invest in yourself and gain international recognition for your achievements.
Click here to enter the PharmaTimes Clinical Researcher of the Year 2017 today
You can see the 2017 category descriptions here
ENTRY DEADLINE: 31 JANUARY 2017
Singles finals: 23 March 2017
Team finals: 30 March 2017
Gala dinner and awards: 18 May 2017
The International Clinical Researcher of the Year awards programme has been enhanced and developed by an independent steering group of high level industry leaders over a number of years to provide a unique, relevant opportunity for clinical researchers to benchmark their competencies and skills against their peers in a learning environment. It is completely FREE to enter.
Visit www.pharmatimes.com/INTCR for more information.