3 Best Entry - Level Clinical Research Jobs
If you want to get your foot in door of clinical research industry these are the jobs which can help.
- CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINTOR:
Clinical coordinators work at site level. They deal with the enrolment, trial selection, data management of the patients and facilitate in every clinical research. They take records of patient billing. Nurse is a perfect fit for this job because nurses have experience in dealing with patients and interacting with patients.
- CLINICAL TRIAL ASSISTANT:
This position is at CRO level. CTA are responsible for report formation, resolving queries, updating the documents and taking data from site level and update them into trial master files. They also take meeting minutes for CRA AMA calls. They work closely with clinical research coordinators at sites and have decent relation with them.
- PROJECT COORDINATOR:
Project coordinators work closely to the project manager. They are responsible for managing things like data updating, trial patient recruitment, sharing mails and keeping the things in order for the project team. They are on project management side of things. They also deal with sponsors. They are also responsible for data management, report making and meeting minutes. They are working with project manager, CTLs and clinical personnel’s but they do not have much interaction with sites like others.