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IACRN Submits Recommendations on DCT Guidance

The FDA released a draft guidance for Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCT), seeking public comments. An IACRN working group, consisting of the Research Committee and IACRN President Laura Baker, was established to review and respond. IACRN supports decentralized clinical trials in ensuring equitable access and participation in cutting-edge research, and submitted recommendations for the DCT guidance to the FDA. Learn more and read IACRN's recommendations

IACRN Conference Registration is Open

July 10, 2023 - Registration is now open for the IACRN 15th Annual Conference! This year's conference will focus on advancement in clinical research nursing through cultivating and building the specialty practice. Attendees can expect engaging speakers, panel discussions, a poster session, networking events, and more. Learn more

Happy Nurses Week and International Nurses Day!

May 12, 2023/May 6, 2023 - Thank you to all the dedicated Clinical Research Nurses who make a difference everyday!  IACRN celebrates you during Nurses Week, Nurses Month, and all year long! Read more

Submit Your Abstract for the IACRN 2023 Annual Conference

February 14, 2023 - Share your knowledge at the IACRN 15th Annual Conference in a podium or poster presentation, roundtable discussion, or workshop. Submission deadline is April 17, 2023. Submissions are now closed.

IACRN Core Curriculum

IACRN is excited to announce that the Clinical Research Nursing Core Curriculum is now available on Amazon! The curriculum is geared towards nurses new to the clinical research nurse role or those with little experience including CRNs in both the direct care and study coordinator roles. The content of the book goes through the unique body of knowledge of the clinical research nurse, including, nursing care, research regulations, the scientific process, and data collection, analysis, and interpretation. The content delves further into specifics, such as human subject protection, care coordination, and continuity, contributions to clinical science, and clinical practice as related to the clinical research nurse across all specialties. Purchase your copy of the e-book now.

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