Screening and recruiting patients for research studies.
Direct interaction in a clinic setting with patients, including administration of survey instruments and consent forms.
Data entry and management, including developing a process to ensure timeliness and accuracy of data capture and reporting. This will include data entry of confidential clinical information.
Assist study statisticians and researchers on data extractions and analysis.
Coordinate subject recruitment and keep up-to-date patient tracking records for ongoing studies.
B.S. Degree in related field and/or combination of experience
Must be comfortable working with patients.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills are required
Experience with clinical research
Computer proficiency required (Microsoft Word, Access, Excel).
Highly motivated, organized, autonomous person with excellent multi-tasking ability and record-keeping skills.
Strong attention to detail.
Professional demeanor and good interpersonal skills.
Experience with clinical/hospital data systems is preferred
Experience with IRB process preferred
This term-limited position is subject to availability of funding and satisfactory performance to be reviewed annually. Initial term of position is for one year to be extended based on availability of funding.
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