Patient Research Coordinator

Location
Bethesda, Maryland
Posted
May 20, 2022
Ref
2022-11918
Hotbed
BioCapital
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time

We are currently searching for a Patient Research Coordinator to support the Clinical Research effort within the NCCIH Division of Intramural Research.  This is a full-time, on-site opportunity in Bethesda, MD.  

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Perform recruitment, all screenings, and scheduling for multiple research protocols across multiple labs.
  • Facilitates communication between the participants, research teams, and clinical staff throughout the study participation.
  • Enter data into research database and perform data queries.
  • Explains research protocols and testing procedures to patients and addresses patient queries.
  • Coordinates and prepares patient travel arrangements, travel reimbursements, and compensation.
  • Review participant screening forms with clinical staff to determine eligibility.
  • Conduct initial screening with participants as part of scheduling call or visit.
  • Evaluate participants’ needs for assistance with activities of daily living.
  • Identify problems and notify staff to follow up as necessary.
  • Enter data into research database and perform data queries.
  • Maintain and update participant’s address and contacts (emergency and next of kin) database to reflect current residence and study status for study participants.
  • Assemble and file all research medical records.
  • Assist with scheduling of research patients for scans and data collection.
  • Communicate with participants directly to schedule appointments.
  • Schedule appointments for examinations using computerized scheduling system.
  • Coordinate the recruitment, scheduling, travel, and admission of research study participants.
  • Make photocopies of all data collection forms for clinical research staff on the MRV.
  • Review MRV schedule daily and prepare charts for appointments.
  • Ensure that the original informed consent document is placed in the medical record and a copy is sent to the participant.
  • Work with staff on the initial consenting process of participants.
  • Copy consent forms after clinic and distribute them to Research Nurse.
  • Prepare and mail documents to the participants and place a copy of the documents in the participant’s medical record chart.
  • Work with staff on all bulk mailings for study.
  • Identify potential delays in reporting results to participants and collaborate with clinical study staff to eliminate delays.
  • Communicate reminders to patients frequently.
  • Maintain and update participant’s address and contacts (emergency and next of kin) database to reflect current residence and study status for study participants.
  • Assemble and file all research medical records.
  • Monitor clinical laboratory results daily for each participant.
  • Update and maintain research databases; perform basic data analysis.
  • File medical record notes into shadow charts daily.
  • Assist with scheduling of research patients for scans and data collection.
  • Communicate with participants directly to schedule appointments.
  • Schedule appointments for examinations using computerized scheduling system.
  • Coordinate the recruitment, scheduling, travel, and admission of research study participants.
  • Coordinate the recruitment of participants for the research studies.
  • Prepare and distribute patient recruitment materials.
  • Create and maintain database of patient appointments using existing data.
  • Respond to questions from participants regarding general study procedures.
  • Track new patient calls; log new patient intake sheet information; send out new patient packets; create a new patient chart daily.
  • Work with staff on assigning providers to patients and scheduling patients at appropriate times.
  • Performs ad hoc duties as requested.
  • Attend group meetings and participate in discussion of research activities.
  • Attend study-related meetings and mandatory trainings.
  • Write and annually review relevant sections of the study operations manual.
  • Meet with Principal Investigators and Study Clinicians to review, sign charts, and to report biweekly progress on mailing participant report packets.

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Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Science and Biopsychology
  • At least 3-4 years experience
  • HCA Process, track, and validate data accurately and on time, in accordance with data processing and entry instructions
  • Perform data abstraction and data entry on several different protocols into multiple clinical research databases
  • Prepare, review, and submit clinical data to monitoring agencies
  • Writing skills, clinical research
  • Patient/Family education
  • Travel arrangements
  • Communications
  • Maintain client communication regarding data management project status and review key project questions with clients, working in a hospital setting
  • Screening
  • Scheduling
  • Possess proficiency with clinical databases and report tools
  • Recruitment
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