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RN Clinical Research Coordinator
Ref No.: 16-01186
Location: Los Angeles, California
Start Date: 02/18/2016
Clinical Research Coordinator RN-REGISTRY- Working in Hematology-Onc M-F hrs may vary 8:00 or 8:30 but will work a 40 hr work wk. Must be comfortable with doing blood draws, line access, and central IV starts.

As a certified research professional, handles all protocol phases including pharmaceutical trials; serves as a resource for other personnel and assists in QA/QC of data flowing out of the department; and provides cross coverage for other CRCs within the department.

The Clinical Research Coordinator Nurse II (CRN II) -Analyzes and abstracts data from departmental and medical record charts for completion of all Phase I, II, III and Pharmaceutical study case report forms, including documentation of therapy received, disease response, laboratory data, and toxicity. Performs visual quality review of case report forms prepared by fellow Clinical Research Coordinators prior to submission to the Cooperative Group. Ensures completion and submission of all case report forms by deadlines imposed by regulatory agencies.

Assists members of the health care team by providing knowledge of assigned protocols with regard to patient eligibility, required specimens and tests, therapy, toxicity modifications, etc. Confirm appropriate informed consent process. Verifies patient eligibility and registers all eligible patients with appropriate center and randomizes patients as necessary. Maintains documentation of patient registration and other required study paperwork. Participates in internal and external audits of assigned protocols.

Participates in multi-disciplinary team conferences in order to update disease team regarding patient protocol status, toxicity, eligibility, randomizations and specimens. Communicates with disease team to ensure all protocol related policies and procedures are followed appropriately. Works with physician investigators and research Nurse/Case Managers to ensure timely and accurate reporting of all Adverse Drug Reactions and Adverse Events.

Provides complete coverage, across all disease teams, for other Clinical Research Coordinators as needed, including patient registration, shipping of specimens, and completion of study paperwork as necessary. Provides input to the Clinical Trials Manager with regard to the development of research related policies and procedures as needed.

Coordinates collection and shipment of all protocol required tumor specimens, PK's, scans, and radiation oncology materials.

Maintains all computerized databases by entry of required patient demographic, protocol, clinical, laboratory, and form tracking data.