Clinical health research
Clinical health research exists to improve quality of life. Through the Alberta Clinical Research Consortium (ACRC), we are proud to contribute to the development of best-practice clinical health research in our province.
Five principles form the foundation of all ACRC projects, and its aim to streamline clinical health research in the province with the goals of:
- providing Albertans with access to the best and most innovative health care possible, and
- attracting both researchers and investment to the province
The Alberta Clinical Research Consortium creates high-quality, integrated and efficient clinical research in Alberta by:
- Making clinical health research in Alberta clear, simple, transparent, and efficient
- Creating partnerships and participation in clinical health research
- Identifying the actions, assets, resources and infrastructure required for sustainable, integrated clinical health research
Research concierge service
Overwhelmed by starting up your study? Confused about which approvals are needed? The ACRC concierge service is here to help!
This service is designed to connect researchers & their teams with the resources necessary to conduct their research more effectively.
Our strategic plan outlines priorities relevant to our stakeholders’ vision and presents action plans, key steps, and proposed projects to achieve desired goals. The Phase II Strategic Priorities align with our goal of increasing high quality, integrated, efficient clinical research in Alberta.
Key Performance Indicators & Metrics
Metrics are a set of measurements that quantify results. When appropriately identified and collected, metrics can:
- Tell us how we’re performing by comparing against benchmarks.
- Help identify opportunities for improvement and decision making.
- Help provide a value argument for clinical health research in Alberta.
New Provincial training recommendations
High quality research stems from training and a knowledgeable research team. We’ve developed the following table to guide individuals on the training courses that are recommended and applicable to their work.
Clinical Research Roadmap
The provincial clinical research roadmap provides interactive step-by-step instructions on how to navigate a clinical health research study.
Like every successful consortium, our value is in harnessing the knowledge, skills and expertise of its members. This means the ACRC incorporates best practices and the applicable regulatory guidelines thereby ensuring quality by design in all of its activities and outcomes.
The Clinical Research Source is an educative bi-monthly release that keeps the clinical health research community updated about changes to relevant regulations, guidelines, processes, and practices. Subscribe now by emailing us at email@example.com.
Learn more about clinical health research support
For tools and templates visit us at acrc.albertainnovates.ca