The Clinical Research Coordinator II serves as clinical research project manager on several additional externally-funded research projects in Hematology Oncology. Contributes to design of research projects to meet proposal goals established by the PI and sponsor.
The Clinical Research Coordinator II is primarily responsible for clinical data mining and database input. The CRC serves as the primary source for faculty and staff for clinical data and program outcomes and performs data queries and analyses.
The Clinical Research Coordinator III in addition to the duties and responsibilities of a CRC II, the CRC III has added responsibilities which include assisting with the training of new staff, providing assistance with TACL protocol development, developing policies and procedures, and supporting regulatory submissions (e.g. IND applications and maintenance, MedWatch forms, IRB application and renewal, etc.).
The Clinical Lab Scientist Coordinator performs chemical, microscopic, and/or bacteriologic tests and verifies results for use in the diagnosis and/or treatment of disease. This position also coordinates the technical operations of the laboratory sections for which responsible while also demonstrating competency in patient testing for neonate, pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients.
The Clinical Education Coordinator assess, plans, implements, evaluates and coordinates education and training programs for a variety of clinical and support staff and provides clinical, educational, and performance improvement leadership for personnel involved in the care of patients.
In this vital Registered Nursing role, you will coordinate ESRD patient care and services (trend lab values, track metrics on vital signs, weight, outcome management, etc.). You will ensure you and your clinical team are delivering the highest level of care to our patients by ensuring their safety, comfort, and well being.
Provide oversight of the patient schedule and makes staff assignments; consistently reviews and evaluates patient priorities as changes occur in the condition of the patient or center; directs staff in work assignments to address thesechanges.
The Clinical Coordinator plays a critical role in the successful implementation of telemedicine protocols for behavioral health patients in the emergency departments, inpatient units and in clinics at DHTN partner sites.
Responsible for compiling and reporting on each study including information related to protocol activity, accrual data, workload, and other research information; present this information at regular research staff meetings.
The Clinical Practice Coordinator (CPC) is an integral part of the Dignity Health Medical Foundation (DHMF) care team. The CPC performs the functions of assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating plans of care for attributed patients.