This position is under the supervision of Wayne Clark, MD. The Oregon Stroke Center Clinical Research Assistant is responsible for services including the initiation and maintenance of clinical research studies, data collection and scheduling. Primary responsibilities include regulatory compliance for all research studies, sharing call to assist stroke team members with study patient enrollments, assist with scheduling and covering in-coming calls. This position is also responsible for assisting in the Stroke Centers outpatient clinic on a part-time basis, usually one day a week, registering, rooming and collecting patient vital signs. There will be on-the-job training for outpatient clinic duties; this includes training on how to take patient vitals.
Bachelor's degree with major courses in field of research/No experience, OR Associate's degree/RN and 3 years of relevant experience
Customer service experience
Excellent communication skills
Ability to work independently in a multi-tasking environment
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Familiaritywith clinical research, medical terminology,and clinical contact with patients
Data management experience
Experience working with patients
Working knowledge of Macintosh computers
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