General Summary: The Clinical Research Nurse (CRN) will function in a multi-faceted role and will be required to interact with Principal Investigators, study sponsors, other clinical research coordinators, and hospital personnel to effectively coordinate the day to day operation of clinical research projects for the Director of Trauma Research.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
Perform method development and research project analysis, including coordination of research study requirements, drafting of research protocols, submission to the Institutional Review Board and HIRC and follow up of submissions.
Interface with the principal investigator, study coordinators, attending physicians, and other hospital personnel to obtain accurate clinical data and ensure that protocols are completed correctly and in a timely fashion.
Contact potential subjects, explain research protocol, and obtain consent. The CRN will maintain accurate records as defined in approved protocols and enter data on appropriate forms or into databases as required.
Schedule hospital, home and office visits with the enrolled participant, contact their primary physician to obtain additional information, and prepare accurate summaries of information
Provide assistance to clinical staff by organizing files, projects, data, timelines, and manuscripts.
Assist with data verification and quality control, ensuring data integrity and consistency with prescribed study protocols.
Assist with data analysis and interpretation using data analysis programs.
Facilitate abstract and publication writing and submission.
Follow established policies, procedures and standards, continuous quality improvement objectives and safety, environmental and /or infection control standards.
Oversee the collection, entry, verification, management, analysis and reporting of data.
Creates databases, data collection forms, error checking methods and related programs for efficient collection, analysis, reporting and writing.
Tracking and Coordination of Level 1 Trauma Center publication profile and documentation.
Work with Director of Trauma Research and Division of Research to meet publication requirements for verification.
Direct activities of the Trauma Research Committee.
Education/Certifications: BSN or RN with current state licensure. Certification required in clinical research from the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) or The Association of Clinical Research Professional (ACRP) within 3 years from date in this position. ACLS, BLS required.
Experience: 1-3 years clinical administrative experience, including one year with a health care organization.
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