EMERGENCY MEDICINE (IN-EMER-IUINA)
The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine is a statewide network of emergency departments striving to set new standards of training for medical students, residents, fellows and pre-hospital providers while providing quality care for a diverse patient population.
IU School of Medicine leads in the science of emergency medicine, operating in an environment that has rich research infrastructure, including the highest-ranked Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) in the United States and a nationally ranked medical bio-informatics institution. Multiple clinical environments present practitioners with ample opportunity to make a difference in the lives of patients on a daily basis.
The IU School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine delivers patient care of unsurpassed quality and advanced emergency medicine through education, innovation and discovery in a collegial environment that promotes intellectual and professional growth.
- Assists in the conduct of clinical research studies or trials following established protocols and standard operating procedures.
- Assists with identifying and recruiting subjects for clinical research studies or trials; calls/schedules subjects for appointments per protocol; performs screening, consenting and interviewing/data collection in adherence with the assigned study protocol and in accordance with good clinical principals; collects patient consent and authorization for treatment intervention documents and performs those interventions as needed.
- Conducts routine experiments and/or coordinates research study procedures in accordance with SOPs; receives, collects, and records study data in database; communicates and keeps researchers and/or PI up-to-date on any problems or concerns related to the research study or trial; may be responsible for collecting clinical samples (such as blood, sample tissue, etc.) for research including any storage measures.
- Assists with advertising and other information for participant recruitment; assists in developing and sharing educational and informational resources with subjects and families.
- Ensures proper documentation of Case Report Forms, regulatory documents, PI notes, and any other mandatory study-related documents and ensures quality and accuracy; archives documents for study per sponsor, government and institutional requirements; keeps accurate records and provides necessary documents for regulatory audits.
- Maintains and manages inventory and research study supplies; may be responsible for facilitating disbursement of study participant payments.
- Provides various additional research study support (such as protocol research in medical library/online databases, summarizing literature reviews for study hypothesis, grant preparation, manuscript review/editing, literature searches, and/or transcription).
- Stays up-to-date on regulatory affairs and/or clinical research best practices by attending continuing education classes, conferences, seminars, and project team meetings.
EDUCATION / WORK EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor's degree in science or health-related field OR
- Associate's degree in an allied health profession and one year of patient-related or research experience OR
- Bachelor's degree in any field OR three years of college-level science and two years of patient-related or research experience OR
- High school diploma or GED and five years of patient-related or research experience that includes two years of experience with clinical studies.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
- Proficient communication skills.
- Maintains a high degree of professionalism.
- Demonstrated time management and priority setting skills.
- Demonstrates a high commitment to quality.
- Possesses flexibility to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
- Highly thorough and dependable.
Working Conditions / Demands
The role regularly requires the ability to effectively communicate. The role frequently requires the ability to move about the work environment and to position oneself to operate laboratory equipment effectively. The role requires the ability to move objects weighing up to 25 pounds and will occasionally work near moving mechanical parts. The person in this role must be able to perform the essential functions with or without an accommodation.
Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital.
Career Level: Intermediate
Job Function: Research
Job Family: Clinical Research
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