Ended: Aug. 13, 2019
Speaker: Holly Duddy RN, BSN, Interdisciplinary Brain Center, Department of Neurology
As part of a research study an investigator may decide to delegate certain tasks to members of the study team, who are trained to perform such tasks. In this session, we will discuss the responsibilities that can and cannot be delegated to study staff. Topics include:
• What tasks can be delegated to a clinical research assistant or coordinator?
• What tasks can be performed by a clinical research nurse or nurse practitioner?
• What study-related activities can only be performed by an investigator?
• What to do if you have been asked to perform a task you are not qualified to perform?
Audience: Study staff new to clinical research with less than 1 year of research-related experience or experienced study staff looking to learn the basics of a new skill.
Sessions will be limited to 25 participants. Participants must register for each session individually. Please feel free to bring lunch to each session.
Program: Clinical Research Discussion Group: Learn Something New!
Category: Clinical Research
Sponsor: MGH Division of Clinical Research
Aug. 13, 2019
|12 PM – 1 PM||
Garrod/Mendel, Floor 2, Simches Research Center
|Learn Something New! Study Team Roles and Responsibilities: What you can and cannot do!||
Aug. 13, 2019