123 PHHC offers Universities and Managed
Care Organizations a qualified research coordination partnership. The benefit of the ethnic partnership will provide Principal Investigators with a certified minority component for the following
federal, state, and private grant market share opportunities.
- Differentiation of research proposals from the national competition.
federal, state, and private grant proposal approval rate.
- Expand grant
proposal research interest in studying high-quality health services in ethnic minority communities.
Some of the research coordination services
- Coordinate all aspects of protocol execution as
necessitated by research study design, specifically, the organization, coordination, and overall integrity of the research project.
- Coordinate multiple and/or more complex
- Created and maintained accurate study subject
- Conduct or participate in the informed consent
process, as appropriate.
- Effectively recruit and screen potentially
eligible subjects for clinical trials. Schedules, prepares for, and conducts all subject protocol visits.
- Organized schedules required study procedures with
- Completes source documentation, subject case
report forms, and progress notes in the medical record.
- Instructs subjects on research requirements,
procedures and study products.
- Ensures accuracy of study data through quality
- Maintains compliance with regulatory credentialing,
including UPMC, University of Pittsburgh, PA, and other professional credentials as needed.
- Participates in department committees and other
internal/external clinical research meetings as a committee member and/or presents on topics of interest.