The Center for Pediatric Resuscitation’s mission is to discover, establish, implement, disseminate, sustain and assess evidence-based resuscitation guidelines and pioneer new interventions that improve survival and quality of life for infants, children and their families. We are an interdisciplinary team of experts in resuscitation and implementation science who aim to provide extraordinary clinical care, pioneer translational research, and lead exceptional training in an effort to save more lives.
We are looking for passionate well-rounded individuals with distinguished organizational, communication, time management, and critical thinking skills. The Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator II
will work directly with the clinical and research faculty and staff to facilitate objectives for a number of studies and clinical initiatives working in both a team and independent setting. As an integral member of the team, and in compliance with all regulatory, institutional, and departmental requirements, the CRNC will assist with the oversight and day-to-day coordination of local and multicenter resuscitation quality improvement (QI) and research projects.
Principal responsibilities for many of the local and multicenter initiatives:
- Oversight of data collection, entry and analysis and ensuring data quality and integrity throughout the life of the project.
- Serve as liaison between frontline clinicians during data collection, project staff and the program managers and directors, and research team to gain a better understanding of progress, program issues and project developments.
- Supervision of training, data collection and enrollment at the clinical site, prepare reviews, capture data and assist clinical sites with performing CQI for any missed enrollments.
- Coordinate and interface with the IRB, CHOP Research Institute Sponsored Projects Office (SPO) and Office of Tech Transfer to assist with protocol submissions, sub-award contracts, and data use agreements.
- Coordinate with local and site investigators to facilitate and execute publication plans appropriate to the research findings.
- Coordinate, manage, and assist in facilitation of all regularly scheduled team meetings and conference calls
- Assisting with annual progress reports and preparing periodic updates to CHOP, Critical Care Medicine, The Center and associated multicenter collaboratives.
- Occasional to frequent travel to clinical conferences or partner institutions for initiation, setup and ongoing support, as required.
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