CLINICAL RESEARCH NURSE COORDINATOR
- Location: Durham, NC
- Posted: Sep 28, 2019
School of Medicine:
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Screen participants for all studies independently. Maintain subject level documentation for all studies independently Schedule participants and conduct visits for all studies independently. Train others to conduct and document visits and protocol-specific testing/interviews. Assist with development and follow procedures and documentation of study payment in timely fashion. Collect, prepare, process, ship, and maintain inventory of research specimens and train others in these tasks. Assist with management of IP. Employ the required system for handling, dispensing and documentation of IP for sponsored protocols. May be responsible for determining the best methods for handling IP for Investigator-initiated protocols, or coordinating with investigational pharmacies as necessary. Maintain appropriate documentation. Track IP compliance at the protocol-and subject level. Independently maintain appropriate study-level documentation including regulatory binders, enrollment logs, patient registration in the system of record, etc. Employ strategies to maintain recruitment and retention rates, and to assist participants with individual needs. Evaluate processes to identify issues related to recruitment and retention rates. Independently conducts and documents consent for participants in all studies, including those that are complex in nature/clinically relevant and/or require access to the EHR for documentation. May train or oversee others. Assist with addressing and correcting findings from study monitoring and study audit visits. Collect, prepare or process adverse event information independently Complete and submit AE Reports, according to institution and sponsor-specific prompt reporting requirements (timelines and forms) independently. Possess thorough understanding of intellectual property rights, inventions, patents, and technologies. Coordinate with Duke core services such as Investigational Drug Service, Biobank, etc. Coordinate necessary agreements (e.g., Material Transfer Agreements, Investigational New Drug Applications, etc.). Develop DUHS IRB documents such as consent forms, protocols, and continuing reviews independently.
Communicate to research participants, both orally and written, the difference between clinical activities and research activities in all study documents and research participant communications. Be familiar with the ethical conduct of research, and safeguards needed when conducting research with vulnerable populations. Understand that the safety of research participants is a 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
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. Independently investigate incomplete, inaccurate or missing data/documents to ensure accuracy and completeness of data. Run summaries and reports on existing data Assist with development of and follow SOPs for data quality assurance. Assemble the necessary parties to ensure that all agreements are in place (DUA, DTA, etc.)
Conduct literature reviews independently
Encourage and support colleagues in completing project work. Assist research colleagues in identifying efficiencies and improving process. May serve as mentor to other staff. Recognize and employ the professional guidelines and code of ethics related to the conduct of clinical research. Maintain Duke and project specific training requirements.
Study and Site Management:
Ensure participant care expenses have appropriate financial routing in a timely manner. Monitor financial study milestones and report appropriately. Coordinate with financial teams, PRMO, etc. and participate in budget development as appropriate. Assist with study budgets. 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 Recognize components of operational plans and be able to obtain information needed to develop the plan. Develop protocol-specific systems and documents including process flows, training manuals, standard operating procedures, and case report forms. Take part in or lead closeout and document storage activities
Take action when communication has stalled with sites, CROs, sponsors. Participate in study team meetings. Respond to routine questions related to study protocol and refer more complex questions to others as appropriate. Communicate and coordinate with other study personnel as required for study implementation and routine problem resolution.
Ambulatory Medication Administration
Type of Research
Research would be Phase II-IV primarily, Phase I in only exceptional circumstances and could be Industry sponsored or investigator initiated. Primary areas of research would be hair disorders or cutaneous lymphoma. Studies usually from 3-12+ months in duration and include topical, oral, subQ or IV agents. Regulatory responsibilities for varying types of studies. Note: This position can be either 30 or 40 hours per week.
General medical knowledge--able to extract clinical relevant information from medical record Knows medical terminology . Knows how to draw and prepare blood for samples to lab or company. Ability to completes tasks in a timely fashion. Will be taught photographic documentation .
Work requires graduation from an accredited BSN or Associates Degree in Nursing or Nursing Diploma program.
All registered nurses without a Bachelors degree in Nursing (or higher) will be required to enroll in an appropriate BSN program within two years of their start date and to complete the program within five years of their start date.
Must have current or compact RN licensure in the state of North Carolina. BLS required.
Maintain compliance with required hospital and unit specific training competencies as well as an active RN status with the North Carolina Board of Nursing (NCBON).
Twelve months of appropriate clinical nursing experience is required.
Can easily use computing software and web-based applications (e.g., Microsoft Office products and internet browsers).
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