Wake Forest Baptist Health
Job Title: Clinical Studies Coordinator
Job ID: 5765
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Category: Research AdministrativeWinston-Salem, NCResearch Administrative, Medical, Healthcare1/28/2014Clinical Studies Coordinator with the Trauma Research group in General Surgery.This is a 2nd shift position - 1pm-9pm (some flexibility in hours is required)JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision, responsible for the compilation and collection of data, recruitment of subjects, and general...http://www.wakehealth.edu/HR/Clinical-Studies-Coordinator-5765.htm
Clinical Studies Coordinator with the Trauma Research group in General Surgery.
This is a 2nd shift position - 1pm-9pm (some flexibility in hours is required)
Under general supervision, responsible for the compilation and collection of data, recruitment of subjects, and general coordination of clinical studies.
Bachelor's degree in a related field of study or an equivalent combination of experience and education
Experience in a medical and/or research setting
DEPARTMENTAL PREFERENCES: Minimum one year clinical trial coordination expereince
1. Assist principal investigator and other health professionals in troubleshooting various problems related to the management of the clinical study. Assist in all aspects of the data collection process.
2. Perform technical procedures on clinical subjects under the direction of the principal investigator or his/her designee.
3. Responsible for assisting with recruitment of patients for the clinical study including tracking the sources of patient referrals. Follow-up with sources of patient referrals including referring doctors, various Medical Center labs, and other sources.
4. Maintain appropriate patient records as necessary. This includes charting the condition of the patient and determining their continued eligibility in the study.
5. Obtain and interpret pertinent data from medical records as needed to better understand past and present condition of the patients.
6. Perform day-to-day administrative and clerical duties such as designing brochures, stationary and data forms. Create reports and graphs pertinent to the study including presentation of the final results of the study.
7. May supervise other personnel including volunteers as assigned.
8. Assist in development of suitable codes and data collection forms for computerization.
9. Consult and cooperate with all faculty, coordination centers, sponsors, and health professionals involved in the clinical study.
10. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
Understanding of medical and/or scientific terminology as required
Good interpersonal skills.
Clean, well-lit, office environment
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