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Posted: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 1:15 AM

Req ID:12646
Shift: Days
Employment Status:AF : Active : Regular : Full Time
Job Summary 13;
Clinical Research Coordinator opening in The Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness focusing on projects related to health services research and patient oriented outcomes, focusing on outcomes of children with congenital heart disease. The Research Coordinator will play a key role in research projects under the direction of the Principal Investigator. The person will be a collaborative member of our team and will help to develop a research portfolio focused on understanding and improving the outcomes of children with cardiac disease. Projects are divided between the use of large observational datasets to study quality of outcomes and the economics of these interventions and patient centered research studying how cardiac procedures impact patient quality of life and symptoms. This will involve direct patient and parent contact over the telephone, including administering question based study instruments. Thus, the coordinator will utilize and develop a set of skills for a range of epidemiologic methodologies. The ideal candidate will have specialized training in clinical epidemiology, statistics, and patient:oriented research as well as interest or experience in congenital cardiac disease, as well as experience with good research practice and Institutional Review Board (IRB) procedures. The person will need to exercise judgment and discretion in execution of research protocols, analysis of data, and flexibility in supporting various aspects of these projects.
Job Responsibilities 13;
The research coordinator will conduct literature searches and article retrievals; perform clinical research involving patient enrollment, data entry, and coordination of study visits; participate in research meetings to gain a better understanding of protocol issues and project development; assist in preparation of grants, IRB documents, manuscript and presentations, as well as overseeing and coordinating study research assistants.
The CRCI may be responsible for any of the following:
Participate in all aspects of study implementation, including recruitment, enrollment, intervention implementation, data collection, data entry, and data management
Participate in meetings with the multidisciplinary team concerning the research process and impact
Assist in preparation, coordination, and tracking of materials for all initial, modification, and continuing review IRB submissions
Ensure that regulatory files are current and in compliance with IRB regulations and approvals including informed consent, reporting of adverse events (serious and non:serious), etc
Assist with the administrative and business aspects of the study, including the timely preparation of grant applications and progress reports to funders
Assist in the identification of research publications from internet and library
Review literature and synthesize findings on a variety of topics combining health services research, patient oriented research, and pediatric cardiology
Record and summarize data accurately, clearly, and concisely
Perform statistical analyses under the direction of the Principal Investigator
Assist in the development of presentations of ongoing research findings for professional conferneces
Assist in all aspects of preparation of scientific manuscripts to peer:reviewed journals
Apply relevant experience to ongoing CPCE projects
Document investigational product (drug/device) accountability
Self monitor and self:audit responsibilities
Able to take on and perform tasks with minimal supervision while adhering to other regulatory requirements
Attention to detail
Adaptable to work that spans several disciplines
Experience or interest in congenital and pediatric heart disease
High degree of flexibility of skills and hours
Able to collaborate with a research team and children and their families


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