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Employer: Duke University
Located in: Durham, North Carolina
Degree Required: Bachelors
Operations: Provide oversight and training to entire unit or department with regards to subject screening. Set up unit-wide systems, policies related to subject screening. May maintain subject level documentation for all studies independently. Provide oversight and training to study team members who maintain subject level documentation, including documentation in the EMR. May conduct study visits independently. Serve as a unit/departmental resource and train others regarding preparation and conduct of study visits, creation of SOPs, and implementation of operational plans. Train staff to maintain exemplary documentation including regulatory binders, enrollment logs, patient registration in the system of record, subject level documentation, etc. Oversee maintenance of subject level documentation. Implement innovative solutions to maximize recruitment and retention Conduct and document consent for participants in a variety of studies independently and provide training to others in these tasks. Prepare for study monitoring and study audit visits. Collect, prepare or process adverse event information under supervision. Complete and submit Adverse Events Reports, according to institution and sponsor-specific prompt reporting requirements (timelines and forms) under supervision. Develop DUHS IRB documents such as consent forms, protocols, and continuing reviews independently. Ethics: Recognize when patients are having difficulties with this distinction. Make recommendations regarding how to improve communications to help patients and staff understand the distinction. Be familiar with the ethical conduct of research, and safeguards needed when conducting research with vulnerable populations. Understand that the safety of research participants isa priority. Assist with the development of Conflict of Interest (COI)/Data Safety Monitoring Plans (DSMPs)/Research Data Security Plans (RDSPs). Assist with the coordination of efforts of external monitoring boards. Identify and the explain the risk and benefits to a subject as these pertain to your clinical trial.
Data: Map protocol data flow. Predict areas of vulnerability for a protocol's data flow plan. Determine areas where data provenance may be compromised. Train others on study team in use of technologies and software, and in completion of ECRFs. Assist with the development of data collection documents to standardize process. Use EDC systems and enter data accurately. Use required processes, policies, and systems to ensure data security and provenance. Recognize and report vulnerabilities related to security of physicaland electronic data. Independently investigate incomplete, inaccurate or missing data/documents to ensure accuracy and completeness of data. Run summaries and reports on existing data Follow SOPs for data QA.
Science: Conduct literature reviews under the direction of the CRC, CRNC, or PI Leadership: Encourage and support colleagues in completing project work. Assist research colleagues in identifying efficiencies and improving process. Assign, review, and train others in various work responsibilities. Serve as a mentor to junior staff, including others with my title. Employ escalation and performance plans as needed. Recognize and employ the professional guidelines and code of ethics related to theconduct of clinical research. Maintain Duke and project specific training requirements.
Study and Site Management: Determine and implement alternative solutions to accomplishing recruitment and retention milestones. Maintain study's compliance with institutional requirements and other policies (e.g., NIH Public Access policy, ct.gov, Research Data Security Plans, Social Media policy, etc.). Oversee maintenance of Delegation of Authority Logs and training of key personnel on study specific duties. Take part in site initiation and closeout meetings independently Take part in or lead closeout and document storage activities
Communication: Serve as primary liaison with single sponsor, subcontractor, or vendors. Communicate concerns clearly and in a professional manner. Prepare for and lead team meetings. Recognize when others need to be brought into the conversation and escalate appropriately. Expand on the ideas of peers or team members. Take an active role in including others in decision-making.
Type of Research: The individual hired for this position will be the full-time, lead research coordinator for a funded obesity prevention intervention in infants from birth to 2 years. They will be responsible for screening, recruiting, enrolling, and retaining participants (primarily mothers and their infants), and collecting and entering participant data. They will manage IRB submissions for the study and maintain regulatory documents. They should be comfortable communicating with pediatricians, patients/participants, and other researchers and study team members via written and oral communication. This is a six-site study, so they will be required to remotely attend large study team meetings involving PIs and coordinators from all involved institutions, as well as coordinator-only meetings to discuss study progress and troubleshooting. Spanish fluency is required for this position, as both English- and Spanish-speaking participants will be enrolled. We are looking for someone who is organized, proactive, works independently, and is comfortable working within the flow of a busy clinic. An MPH is desirable. Special Skills: Fully fluent in Spanish and English.
1201 CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR
Job Family Level
Full Time / Part Time
Regular / Temporary
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1.Completion of a Bachelor's degree 2.Completion of an Associates degree plus a minimum of two years relevant experience (e.g., research, clinical, interaction with study population, program coordination)
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