Check out some recent news articles and blogs about CRPs 

How could you support the professional development of your colleagues 

My name is Rhianne Bostock. I am a Registered CRP at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. I have worked in Primary Care, Palliative care and now Mental Health read more

Benefits of joining the register – Clinical Academic Career Opportunity for Registered Research Practitioner

Becoming a registered research practitioner is an opportunity CRPs should embrace. Its benefits toward career progression may not be clearly laid out, but a lot can be achieved from being registered read more

Nurses welcome move to create register for Clinical Research Practitioners 

Take a look at this Nursing Times article by Gemma Mitchell - July 2021

Advancing Healthcare Awards 2022

Fiona O’Neill Advisor (CRPs) AHCS.

It was a wonderful privilege to attend the in-person awards ceremony on a sunny spring day in London.  The Academy award for CRPs focused on leadership and the judges had a difficult time choosing the 3 finalists from a strong field of over 20 applications. The finalists stood out for their commitment, dedication and skill in their contribution to research delivery read more

The accreditation scheme for Clinical Research Practitioners is a very welcome development 

Helen Jones, lead nurse for the Research Delivery workforce at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in the Nursing Times.  The accreditation scheme for Clinical Research Practitioners is a very welcome development.

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Clinical Research Practitioners - the road to accreditation 

Imogen Sargent is Clinical Research Team Leader (Mental Health) at Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust (KMPT). Imogen and her team have recently become Registered Clinical Research Practitioners after taking part in the pilot programme for the CRP Register. Now the CRP Accredited Register is open for others to apply, Imogen discusses the accreditation process and the benefits it has had on her team read more