Hello! This is Vanessa Montanari from the clinical research blog. Today I’m going to talk about something: How do you become a CRA when you have a foreign degree?
Well, you must either do a CRA training in your country. (that depends on whether you have this kind of training available), or you can apply for training abroad, particularly in France.
It is important to know that having a foreign diploma is not at all a hindrance to becoming a clinical research associate. You can have a degree as a pharmacist, biologist or doctor. These foreign certificates are perfectly acceptable to become a clinical research associate. There is no problem.
Now that you know that, all you have to do is find the right training and then you have to find an internship. So, either an internship in your country (if you want to work in your country) or an internship in France. So, there you go. For that I let you read the clinical research blog to see a little bit how the job is, how to do to be able to do this training.
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