Research Coordinator II
Independently oversees and manages data collection for multi-center research projects under the general guidance from the Principal Investigator (PI)/supervisor. Ensures accurate data collection from patient’s medical records, documentation, and enters information into databases. The coordinator could also perform other day to day activities of research protocols including screening, enrollment, writing and overseeing regulatory requests (i.e. IRB's – new protocols, renewals, amendments, consent forms, etc.), and monitoring of research participants. The position is specific to ICU patient related research. The Research Coordinator II would be required to attend to tasks in the ICU areas of Texas Children's Hospital. Adherence to all TCH and BCM protocols for Critical Care would be expected.
- Collect patient information; process documents and enter information into a database
- Upload and retrieve results, patient notes and other relevant study information into Epic and other assigned databases
- Maintain research data in databases/registry; conduct periodic review of data for accuracy
- For regulatory compliance/IRB’s: have knowledge of and lead writing, maintenance, preparation and development of IRB protocol documents, consent forms, and regulatory documents
- Follow departmental and institutional standard operating procedures (SOPs)
- Oversee the day to day activities of research protocol(s) which includes screening, enrollment, and monitoring of research participants
- Interview, screen and recruit patients for study; explain process and procedures to educate participant regarding the research study
- Coordinate clinical research projects, including (but not limited to): corresponding with recruited patients and their families throughout study, screening, scheduling visits, recruitment, sample collection, coordinating sample shipments, regulatory documents (binders, ICF’s, etc.), and IRB’s (local, reliance, commercial)
- Attend regular meetings with Research Manager, PIs, and study team for update reports and process improvement
- Bachelor's degree in a related field. Four years of related experience may substitute for degree requirement.
- One year of relevant experience.
- Certification as either a Clinical Research Professional (CRP), or Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) from The Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) or Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP)
- Experience with medical terminology is advantageous
- Experience with REDCAP or research database
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.