SCRS Member Benefits - Society for Clinical Research Sites – SCRS
SCRS Member Benefits

SCRS Member Benefits

The Society for Clinical Research Sites offers you unprecedented access to the professional community.  Discover some of the many benefits and features in the table below that will be made available to all members’ employees.

  • Members’ perspectives and voices represented by SCRS to regulatory agencies and industry stakeholders
  • Promote your commitment to site sustainability by proudly displaying the SCRS logo
  • Obtain and display your SCRS Best Site Practice rating

  • Obtain TransCelerate-recognized training for your site’s staff
  • Gain critical insight from monthly and featured webinars
    • Good Business Practices
    • Good Clinical Practices
    • Good Technology Practices
    • The Hidden Costs of Conducting Clinical Research at the Site
    • Inspection Readiness
    • Site Management Modules

  • Receive critical information and stay up-to-date with shifting trends and practices through SCRS’ expert-driven content
  • Address site challenges through exclusive thought leadership content available in SCRS’ global journal, InSite

  • Access SCRS’ Trial Opportunity Platform (TOP™), a hub where sponsors and CROs provide study opportunities to SCRS members
  • Maximize your site’s exposure to leading sponsors and CROs on SCRS’ Member Site Directory and expand your reach
  • Expand your membership experience through participation in an SCRS Committee
    • Editorial
    • Education and Standards
    • Membership
    • Mentorship
    • Public Policy
    • Site Solutions Summit

  • Engage with industry stakeholders and drive positive results through participation in a Site Advocacy Group (SAG™)

  • Access SCRS’ Online Community, a dynamic and engaging platform for members that facilitates positive change through discussion and debate among your peers
    • MySCRSCommunity – Investigators, Owners and Directors
    • MySCRSHuddle – Research staff

  • Find solutions to business and marketplace challenges through SCRS’ mentorship program