The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) A, working closely with the principal investigators and project managers, will conduct several ongoing studies in the Department of Emergency Medicine. The CRC will primarily coordinate two studies. The first study is entitled ‘The impact of neighborhood environment on health: A randomized trial of abandoned house remediation and biologically measured chronic stress.’ Responsibilities will include a variety of research and administrative tasks including participant screening and enrollment; coordination and supervision of a field worker team; some time spent in the community; management of project equipment and data collection; attend project meetings; IRB submission and management; conducting literature searches and assisting with manuscript preparation; and other miscellaneous tasks as needed. The CRC will also assist with The Life STORRIED study: (Life stories for opioid risk reduction in the ED), focusing in communicating risks of opioid misuse to incoming ER patients. Responsibilities for The Life STORRIED study include patient enrollment in the ED setting, attend project meetings, and provide administrative support. Additionally, the CRC will assist with the development of other projects.
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