ABOUT THE POSITION
The Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has an exciting opportunity for a Temporary Clinical Research Coordinator. This position participates in the management of assigned clinical trials within the Department of Epidemiology and Health Sciences. Responsibilities include conducting survey interviews, distribution of interview workload, abstracting, assembling and organizing research data while monitoring the clinical course of patients entered onto research protocols. Participates in the development of protocols with a particular focus on data collection through telephone surveys. Maintains a working knowledge of all assigned protocols to ensure the validity of clinical research data. Verifies patient eligibility, develops, maintains and/or monitors case report forms or individual patient research charts, and enters clinical findings into a study related database. Prepares reports on individual patients or a study population in response to investigator requests.
Bachelor degree in public health or related areas is preferred. One year of relevant work experience. Bilingual (English and Spanish) reading, writing and oral communication skills is preferred. Any relevant education, certifications and/or work experience may be considered.
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