Dr. Eric Storch is looking for a Research Coordinator I that will participate in a research node of Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium. This coordinator will assist in the screening, recruiting, and enrollment of patients for the Child Depression Network and patients for the Childhood Trauma network. This position is instrumental in completion of duties for the TX Child Mental Health Consortium Research projects. This study represents a 12 site collaboration across Texas. Coordinates day to day activities of research protocols which include screening, enrollment, and monitoring of research participants. Ensures accurate data collection, documentation, organization and safety of research participants.
Actively interviews, screen and recruits subjects through in person visits, virtual visits, community recruitment, and patient registries.
Explains process and procedures to educate participant regarding Childhood Depression Network, and Childhood Trauma Network. Over 200 subjects will be recruited and assessed over 4 time points for each of the 2 studies.
Position will be the engine to recruit and assess these people under supervision.
Conduct affective computing protocols.
Participate in quality assurance training for study interviews.
Collects patient information; processes documents and enters information into a database.
May perform Venipuncture (blood draws), EKGs/ECG’s and obtain vital signs on study participants.
C-ollect assessment data from patients at the baseline visit and subsequent visits as specified by the research protocol provided by the Hub.
Maintains records, data captured during assessments into a data management system managed by the Hub.
Follow up with patients over four time points over the study.
Will assist PI on presentation information or reports to Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium.
Will provide updates on progress, opportunities, challenges, and successes and any issues being encountered to PI.
High School diploma or GED.
Three years of relevant experience.
Bachelor's degree in a related field.
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