Coordinate various aspects of clinical trials under close direction of Principal Investigator or supervisor from protocol development through closeout. A Clinical Research Coordinator I (CRC I) typically assists in coordination of complex clinical trials and may coordinate less complex, lower risk trials. Incumbent at this level knows fundamental concepts, practices and procedures. Identifies and resolves readily identifiable problems.
• Patient recruitment, screening, consent, enrollment and necessary registrations. • Performs study data collection and entry; collect enrollment and treatment data, using charts, correspondence, electronic medical records and personal communications with other healthcare workers. • Contributes to study start-up activities, including site initiation visits, document template creation, study staff training, and clinical in-services. • Assists research team with routine quality control checks. • Assist with study close-out activities as directed. • Completes and submits required documentation to regulatory agencies. Recognizes defined adverse events and reports to appropriate parties. May be done in collaboration with a Regulatory Specialist. • Performs non-invasive protocol procedures and specimen collection/processing.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
Required Qualifications: -BA/BS or a combination of relevant education & healthcare or research experience equal to 4 years. -Experience with and knowledge of medical terminology. -Experience abstracting data. -Proficiency in Microsoft applications (Word, Access, Excel)
Preferred Qualifications: -BA/BS in science or health related degree. -Experience recording and tracking health related or scientific data. -Experience in a clinical setting and with patient care/contact. -Experience with Allscripts, FCIS, or equivalent electronic medical records system. -Research experience. -Knowledge of medical terminology in a BMT or oncology setting. -Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills. -Ability to work independently, as part of a team, and with changing priorities. -Ability to sit for extended periods of time.
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