LMC Manna Research, IACT Health, and True North Clinical Research have united to become the largest network of fully-owned and integrated clinical research sites in North America, Centricity Research.
The sites that were formerly known as LMC Manna bring phase I-IV clinical trial services with specialized focuses on endocrine disorders, real-world evidence big data research, vaccine research, and primary care studies within Canada at sites across Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec.
The sites that were formerly known as IACT Health brings phase I-IV clinical trials in over 30 therapeutic areas such as oncology, cardiology, pulmonology, endocrinology, infectious disease, and pain with wholly owned and integrated clinical research offices in multiple cities in the United States across the Southeast, including Georgia and Virginia.
The sites that were formerly known as True North Clinical Research are located in Nova Scotia and specialize in research related to Alzheimer’s disease and conditions related to aging, and are committed to finding new treatments to maintain an improved quality of life for patients through innovation and passion.
Centricity Research is committed to revolutionizing research by creating outstanding clinical trial experiences to improve the health of the community today and tomorrow through clinical research.
Currently, our rapidly expanding team and site network is looking for a Registered Practical Nurse Clinical Research Coordinator (RPN CRC) who can work for us on a full-time, permanent basis, supporting our Bayview (Toronto) location.
Registered Practical Nurse (RPN)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3C 0E3
CAD 65000 Per Year
CAD 70000 Per Year
Relevant Diploma in Practical Nursing
Responsibility for Getting RPN Jobs in Canada for Indians:
To conduct the clinical research study according to the study protocol, GCP, and the LMC Manna Research SOP/WP.
To be knowledgeable of the protocol so that all study activities are completed correctly.
To recruit patients for participation in clinical research studies according to research ethics board recommendations.
To obtain proper written informed consent from each study participant prior to participation in the study.
To screen the potential study participants according to the protocol’s inclusion and exclusion criteria.
To schedule study participant visits as per protocol.
To perform delegated protocol-specific activities completely and accurately.
To obtain vital signs as required per protocol (i.e. blood pressure, temperature, heart rate, waist measurement, weight & height).
To perform blood & urine collection, processing, and shipping, as well as another on-site patient testing as needed (e.g. ECG, pulmonary function testing, IV infusion).
Provide lifestyle adherence counseling & general training/education to study participants, as required by protocol
To obtain all necessary documentation as required by the protocol (i.e. ECG, echocardiogram or pulmonary function test results).
To monitor and report all adverse experiences and abnormal results to the Investigator, Sponsor, and IRB if necessary.
To update and maintain subject screening and enrollment logs.
To create & complete source documents and any other research documents required for the successful conduct of a clinical research study.
Meet with the Sponsor’s representatives to discuss the conduct of the study and review study data.
Skills for Getting:
Relevant diploma in practical nursing.
Registered in good standing as an RPN with the College of Nurses of Ontario
IV skills are an asset.
Previous experience with phlebotomy is an asset.
Knowledge of general research procedures and regulatory requirements is an asset.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required.
Detail-oriented with exceptional organizational skills required.
Proficiency with MS Office including creating spreadsheets, reports, and presentations is a strong asset.