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The CRA Gap

The demand for clinical trial services has significantly increased, and this trend is expected to continue. Similarly, demand for CROs is anticipated to increase in the near future. Despite expected strong demand, a shortage of skilled and trained clinical research associates (CRAs) poses a threat to the industry meeting this need. CROs can only realise the growth potential if they increase their workforce and productivity accordingly.

The CRO industry is projected to grow 7-8% annually between 2018 and 2023, which equates to a total 50-60% growth in this timeframe, thus creating a big demand for new CRAs.

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Dietmar Eglhofer, CEO and co-founder of VIARES, brings over 20 years’ international leadership and experience in starting up companies. With 10 years in clinical research and extensive handson experience in hiring and developing clinical professionals, he developed models to source, train, and hire leading CROs. VIARES provides clinical research development globally through the VIARES Clinical Research Academy, with early professional hiring services in Europe through CLINAWE, and partners in the US market with CareerCircle, LLC, an affiliate of Allegis Group, Inc. a global leader in talent solutions.
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