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A clinical research associate is a profession defined by Good clinical practice guidelines (ICH GCP).

The main function of a clinical research associate is to monitor clinical trials. A clinical research associate ensures compliance with the clinical protocol, checks clinical site activities, makes on site visits, reviews Case Report Forms and communicates with clinical research investigators. A clinical research associate is usually required to possess an academic degree in Life Sciences and needs to have a good knowledge of Good clinical practice and local regulations (e.g. in the United States, the code of federal regulations also known as 21 CFRs).

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