Clinical Research Coordinator (Research Assistant 2)
Oregon Health and Science University
Location: Portland, Oregon
Internal Number: 2021-12362
The Clinical Research Coordinator responsible for screening and recruitment of study subjects, scheduling and completion of study visits based on protocols, data entry, and monitoring of study compliance relating to the human subjects committee, the federal government, and study sponsors. Other responsibilities include working with nursing staff and physicians to ensure protocol compliance, obtaining research specimens for laboratory analysis, reviewing patient charts for collecting data for prospective and retrospective studies. Specific duties include:
Subject screening and recruitment determines subject eligibility and obtains informed consent when required
Schedule and complete study appointments with subjects based on study protocol
Accurate and efficient data accrual and case report form completion
Accurately run Thrombelastography tests and provide results to providers
General work schedule will be two 12-hour night shifts, but may include weekends or days. Environmental exposures include working with lab reagents, human tissues (blood and saliva), and general patient contact.
Bachelor's Degree with major courses in field of research/no Experience, or Associate's Degree and 3 years of relevant experience
Proficient knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel
Strong organizational skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Meticulous detail to data and study procedures
Ability to prioritize work demands and trouble shoot
Ability to work independently in a multi-task environment
Knowledge of medical terminology
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