ACRC: Alberta Clinical Research Consortium
The ACRC is transforming the clinical research landscape in Alberta.
Provincial Roadmap for clinical research in Alberta
PEOPLE By providing opportunities for professional development and networking opportunities, the ACRC promotes inter-organizational connectivity.
TOOLS By providing tools, templates and resources guided by Best Practice and rooted in quality by design, we aim to build the capacity of clinical health research.
PROCESSES & TECHNOLOGY The ACRC supports the development of IT systems that facilitate the seamless exchange of appropriate information.
CULTURE In order to facilitate a research culture in Alberta, the ACRC encourages physicians, nurses, staff and researchers to undertake clinical research as a part of their evidence-based clinical practice.
See who our ACRC partner organizations are.
Read about the Background of the ACRC.
For more information:
Trina Johnson, PhD, Program Manager, Alberta Clinical Research Consortium (ACRC)
ResearchAlberta.ca offers many resources to navigate the process of facilitating a research study from concept to completion.
EDGE in Alberta Clinical Trial Management System
Find out what EDGE is, about the pilot project, and what is next for EDGE in Alberta.
One of the Ways the ACRC Helps
The ACRC’s Research Toolbox has tools and resources you can use right now.
Clinical Research Source
The Clinical Research Source helps you stay current with Alberta’s clinical research community and with changes in regulation.
ACRC Glossary & Common Terminology
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