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The Clinical Research Coordinator I (CRC) acts as the primary coordinator on multiple clinical research studies under the oversight of the Principal Investigator (PI). S/he coordinates low to moderate complexity studies and advances to higher complexity studies with endorsement of the PI. Working under the supervision of the Director, the Clinical Research Coordinator has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Responds to all pages regarding screening and possible enrollment in clinical trials, becoming available for study related activities on the phone, email, and in person.
Maintains established departmental policies and procedures, attending required meetings and participating in committees as requested.
Analyzes and abstracts data under the direction of Principal Investigator(s) for reporting to sponsors, governing bodies, and academic publication.
Monitors all activity of on-site reviewers for consistency and correctness in the application of standards, preparing and scheduling audits with pharmaceutical sponsors and other monitors for trials.
Screens, recruits, and selects patients for studies, ensuring eligibility requirements and protocol adherence and the confidentiality of data for investigational activities.
Reviews all patient medical records and data within the designated time frames and establishes guidelines, standards policies and procedures, maintaining communication with funding sources and manager.
Independently collects, prepares, organizes, and enters data in case report forms and databases as appropriate, collaborating with staff within the department as well as throughout the hospital to obtain data and implement operational standards.
Identifies issues/problems and makes appropriate recommendations for compliance to research billing.
Conducts a concurrent chart review of selected patient populations and assesses the appropriateness of the research-related care, diagnostic testing, and research procedures, under the supervision of a physician.
Prepares patients for office procedures, observing, and documenting research protocols, as appropriate.
Under supervision of a physician, performs enrollment assessment and research care provided, reporting observations and outcomes appropriately.
Bachelor's degree preferred or Associate's degree with 1 - 2 years experience; an equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted
Strong organizational, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills
Excellent demonstrated interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Strong proficiency in Microsoft, google, data capture systems, electronic medical records, and other computer applications
Experience in a healthcare setting preferred
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