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The Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine is recruiting a full-time Research Coordinator. The Coordinator will work closely with Division investigators to organize and conduct all aspects of ongoing (and future) research studies within the division.
The Coordinator will complete study procedures in adherence with assigned study protocols and manuals of operation and in accordance with clinical research principles. Under the supervision of Division investigators, the Coordinator will ensure that Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval of protocols and informed consent forms are obtained prior to initiation of any study procedures.
Specific coordinator tasks will include:
? Organization of the start-up of studies, including preparation and submission of protocols to the IRB and training of study personnel
? Maintenance and organization of project documentation and records, and preparation and submission of protocol renewals
? Organization of study meetings and study-related processes
? Ensuring compliance with the University's required certifications in Human Research Protection and HIPAA regulations.
? Patient enrollment and follow-up as appropriate including conferring with study patients to explain the purpose of studies, diagnostic procedures and treatments
? Collection of pertinent information and data from subject charts and records, subject interviews and other sources
? Completion of case report forms (CRFs), including review of CRFs to ensure completeness
? Maintenance of Essential Documents Binders and regulatory documents
? Communicating regularly with the research team and responding to all correspondences in a timely manner.
? Performance of training and Quality Assurance/Quality Control tasks
? other related duties as necessary,
Some overnight travel may be required. Requires a Bachelor's degree or higher or equivalent in education, training and experience in a health science discipline, such as biochemistry, anatomy, pathology, nursing, medical technology, public health, research administration or equivalent; plus (2) years of related experience.