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Michigan State University(MSU) Clinical Research Coordinator I in Saginaw, Michigan

h3Position Summary/h3 The project titled and#8220;Improving Diabetic Patientsand#8217; Adherence to Treatment and Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseaseand#8221;, funded by National Institute of Health (NIH) is an innovative implementation science research designed to test the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of evidence based interventions to improve adherence to treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease for diabetic patients. The project will be conducted in Federally Qualified Health Care Centers and Community clinics in Michigan and will involve working collaboratively with multiple health centers in different locations in Michigan. This position supports the work of the Office Guidelines Applied to Practice (Office-GAP) Program research team led by Dr. Ade Olomu, Blanch B. Frederick C. Swartz Endowed Professor of Medicine. The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC)and#160;will report directly to the Clinical Research Coordinator II/S and the Project Principal Investigator (PI). The CRC role has a dual focus of research support activities and related administrative tasks. Research activities includes responsibility for the day-to-day implementation of the proposal at their assigned study sites, and working closely with the health centers directors, staff and providers. The CRC will act as a resource person to staff at participating practices regarding their understanding of and participation in the study and its specific tools (questionnaires, study procedures, protocols etc). CRC will manage the recruitment and retention of participants, explain the research study, secure informed consent, administer questionnaires, collect data, and support all aspects of the study in the clinics they are assigned. The CRC will help in conducting the group visits and follow up visits with providers, under the supervision of the PI/Clinical Research Coordinator II/S. Clinical Research Coordinator will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with the mobile phone platform equipment for Care4life and addressing any potential technical issues that may arise regarding the equipment. CRC will be responsible to ensure compliance with protocols, good clinical practice guidelines, and all federal, local and University guidelines. Track visits ensuring compliance with protocol requirements. Maintain accurate research records, and transcribe collected data onto source documents, electronic case report forms and digital data upload. Administrative work will include storage of all patient information/ study materials in a confidential, secure location at all times. CRC will assist with the preparation of progress and final report, and preparation of data for data analysis, presentations, and reports. Each coordinator will be assigned to 3 to 5 clinics with one clinic serving as their primary place of operations. CRC will assist in other assigned or required duties for the research project. Each Clinical Research Coordinator will receive continuing training and periodic supervision to ensure the fidelity of the outcome measures. Completion of human subject training and certification (online program) prior to contact with participants or data. h3Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills/h3 Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired through a four year college degree program in a clinical field such as health or biological science and a minimum of one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in clinical and/or research; OR the job requires completion of an associateand#8217;s degree with clinical research coursework or an Allied Health degree and three to five years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in clinical and/or research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The job requires completion of required Institutional Review