Clinical Research Coordinator – CIM Pediatrics/Adults (Research Institute)
Research Institute of the MUHC
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Le Centre universitaire de santé McGill (CUSM) est un centre hospitalier universitaire intégré, reconnu à l’échelle internationale pour l’excellence de ses programmes cliniques, de sa recherche et de son enseignement. Le CUSM a pour objectif d’assurer aux patients des soins fondés sur les connaissances les plus avancées dans le domaine de la santé et de contribuer au progrès des connaissances.
RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE MUHC
The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) is a world-renowned biomedical and hospital research centre. Located in Montreal, Quebec, the Institute is the research arm of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. The RI-MUHC is supported in part by the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé (FRQS).
Under the supervision of the Supervisor/Manager, Pediatrics/Adult Clinical Research at the Centre for Innovative Medicine (CIM), the Clinical Research Coordinator is responsible for supporting the successful conduct of CIM Pediatrics/Adults clinical research studies. The person will collaborate with Investigators and health care personnel to assume responsibility for the overall patient management and coordination of several clinical studies for the RI-MUHC.
The Centre for Innovative Medicine is located in the new Glen site hospital which is a unique center in Canada of 5000 m2 dedicated exclusively to clinical research.
• Recruits research participants, prescreens patients and obtains informed consent, assesses patients for protocol eligibility through personalized interviews and/or medical record review in in-patient and out-patient settings,
• Maintains and completes (either in paper or electronic formats) medication, adverse events and questionnaires logs, forms and protocol specific source documentation, ensures ethical approvals are continued throughout the study
• Monitors patient safety and medication compliance,
• Completes all follow-ups as per special protocol requirements: patient visits/status, disease site active trial lists and completes clinical notes,
• Coordinates orders for protocol related requests and procedures: consultations, requests for pathology, diagnostic and analytical laboratories, etc,
• Coordinates all aspects of data collection and source documentation,
• Completes all research related documents and responds to queries and requests for information,
• Collaborates with the Monitor, the Quality Assurance and any resource assigned to the Pediatrics/Adult team,
• Supports the team with the Research Ethics Board submissions,
• Conduct other related tasks as assigned by the Supervisor/manager of phase III to IV.
Education / Experience
• DEC Sciences and/or Biology
• Previous experience in Clinical Research is required ,
• Bilingual: French and English spoken and written,
• Solid written and verbal communication skills,
• Able to work under minimal supervision,
• Self-directed, flexible, organized and sense of ethics and compliance,
• Experience with pediatric population is an asset
• Knowledge of regulations governing clinical research (ICH-GCP), H-C, FDA is an asset.
Status : Full-time day (occasionally evening & night shift)
Pay Scale: Commensurate to qualifications and experience
Work Shift: 35 hours/ week
Work Site: Centre for Innovative Medicine, MUHC Glen Site.
To learn more about our benefits, please visit http://rimuhc.ca/en/compensation-and-benefits
THIS IS NOT A HOSPITAL POSITION.
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