The CCRC certification is an exam-based certification for clinical research coordinators that is overseen by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals. The certification shows that a clinical research coordinator meets the professional standards of the ACRP.
CCRC stands for "Certified Clinical Research Coordinator." In order to sit for the certification exam, a research coordinator must meet eligibility requirements that include a combination of verifiable education and research coordinator experience. The job experience must include documented performance of a list of essential tasks. Clinical research coordinators direct research involving study subjects at a clinical research site under the supervision of a principal investigator. The research must follow good clinical practice guidelines.