OCTRI can provide Study Coordinators who are trained in all aspects of adult and pediatric clinical trial conduct.
Recruiting, Scheduling and Consenting Study Participants
OCTRI Study Coordinators are prepared to assist with study activities such as recruitment, consenting, and data and specimen collection. Study coordinators are experienced in standard and novel recruitment methods, and they have a track record of successfully recruiting participants for studies, including child health protocols, with very stringent exclusion criteria. Coordinators can also manage the entire participant scheduling and consenting process.
There are several tools available to determine study feasibility and to help you recruit participants for your research
Survey Administration & Data Entry
OCTRI Study Coordinators are trained to administer a wide variety of written, oral and computer based surveys, questionnaires and tests. Coordinators are also prepared to learn how to administer and score new instruments based on specific protocols.
In addition to survey administration, study coordinators are trained and efficient in accurate data entry. Staff are committed to meeting investigator needs and will meet with the study team to confirm data input and output.
OCTRI Study Coordinators are highly experienced in data entry in Excel and REDCap. REDCap is a secure web-based database designed for data tracking for research studies and has a survey function similar to Survey Monkey.Learn more about REDCap
Ongoing Regulatory Documentation
Conducting research involving human subjects requires ongoing review and approval by the Institutional Review Board (IRB), Federal, State and institutional policies govern this process.
OCTRI Study Coordinators are experienced in submitting ongoing documentation to the IRB. This documentation includes: protocol modifications, adverse events (AEs) and the Continuing Review Questionnaire (CRQ).
Preparation of Study Documentation
OCTRI Study Coordinators prepare the following documentation as part of study set-up:
Study coordinators can also train non-OCTRI study staff, conduct in-services for partnering departments (most often the Research Pharmacy and labs), and coordinate site visits for industry-sponsored studies.