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Clinical and Translational Research Center Study Coordination

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  1. Center


  1. Resource Description
    "The CTRC Study Coordinator team offers support to adult and pediatric studies, investigator initiated or industry sponsored, across OHSU and the Portland Veterans Administration Medical Centers. Our team is made up of highly motivated, experienced, professional individuals who receive extensive training in regulatory compliance and study coordination. This includes a Pediatric nurse dedicated to coordinating all in-patient and outpatient pediatric studies. CTRC Study Coordinators work collaboratively with investigators to ensure the integrity and success of the research study. When submitting a grant application, include the CTRC Study Coordinator costs in the budget. OCTRI may be able to subsidize -- partially or in full -- the costs of the services for certain investigator-initiated studies. CTRC Study Coordinator Services Coordinate adult and pediatric studies OHSU, VA, and community-based studies Oversee all study activities per protocol Recruitment support Consent and assent (pediatric) participants Point of care tasks including vitals, phlebotomy, glucose and pregnancy testing Patient education and compliance checks Creation of study documents Survey development and administration Data extraction, collection, entry, and follow-up Monitor progress of research activities and prepare reports Coordinate site and monitor visits IRB and regulatory compliance"
  2. Additional Name
    CTRC Study Coordination
  3. Contact
    Farrar, Carrie, MPH
  4. Affiliation
    Clinical and Translational Research Center
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  6. Director
    Samuels, Mary, MD
  7. Secondary affiliation
    Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute
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