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Clinical Research Patient Specialist Campus Kokomo
Indiana University • Kokomo, IN
Posted 1 month ago
The IU Simon Cancer Center’s Clinical Trials Office (IUSCC CTO) is currently seeking a multi-disciplinary Clinical Research Patient Specialist (CRPS). The CRPS will coordinate both sponsor initiated and investigator initiated oncology focused clinical trials.
The CRPS will screen and identify potential study participants from a review of protected health information based on protocol eligibility criteria, and will consent study participants which includes a discussion of procedures and tests. The CRPS will also ensure the Informed Consent documents are properly signed prior to the start of the study; and will identify and schedule screening procedures to confirm study participant eligibility and enrollment on clinical trials. Additionally, the CRPS will collaborate with insurance coordinators, clinical coordinators and/or research nurses to obtain insurance verification for standard of care procedures. This position will also schedule and coordinate research related services such as infusions, radiology and other research related services.
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree in Science or a health-related field and two years of experience in clinical research; OR Bachelor’s degree in other disciplines or Associate’s Degree in Allied Health professions and three years of experience in clinical research. Clinical Research Certification (ACRP or SOCRA).
Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information, organizational skills, and the ability to develop and maintain a rapport with professional, study participants and families. Knowledge and understanding of case report forms, research documentation, research methods and study protocols. Ability to read, understand and communicate complex scientific and clinical information. Ability to work as a team player maintain and manage conflicts and resolve problems effectively. Ability to attend regular scheduled meetings (weekly, monthly and team). High degree of accurate and organized records and work with some level of independence. Strong interpersonal skills and extensive judgment to appropriately respond to participants, family and research staff. Proficient use of computers, strong attention to detail and the ability to multi-task are also necessary.
Working Conditions / Physical Demands
Working in a fast-paced environment (Clinics) and may be sitting or standing for long periods of time.