• By ICR Secretariat
  • Posted Monday, August 13, 2018

How to get a Job and Manage Your Career in Clinical Research


How to get a Job and Manage Your Career in Clinical Research

Martin Robinson

A career in clinical research is often a very popular choice for many people who have an educational background in biological science, nursing, medicine and even mathematics. A wide variety of career choices are available. Perhaps it is involvement in the science and the opportunity to contribute to the development of new treatments for patients which is the most attractive aspects for some people. There may be the chance of working closely with some of the world’s leading medical opinion leaders. Some people may be seduced by the opportunity to travel. It may be that project management, problem solving or managing people is the key behind a career choice.

This book is designed to help those who are thinking of a career in clinical research. It will also be useful for people who are already in the filed but who may be thinking of a career change. The topics covered will include:

  • Types of employers of clinical research professionals
  • Possible career options
  • Getting on the first rung of the ladder
  • Creating an effective CV
  • How to handle a job interview
  • Continuing professional development (CPD) – managing your career
  • Thinking of going freelance?
  • Networking opportunities

Published 2008.


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The cost of one copy is £9.99 postage included. However, for large quantities, simply call 01628 501700 or send an email regarding your enquiry to office@icr-global.org.