Class Information for Protocol Coordinator: Learning the Role
The protocol coordinator role course was developed to optimize and standardize the training information for CRNs interested in becoming or CRs current performing the role of protocol coordinator. This hybrid course will provide the participant with the didactic information and tools necessary to begin the role of protocol coordinator. The instructor led portion of the course will provide additional mentorship and guidance as well as the opportunity to ask questions, review course exercise and further discuss resources for the role.
Course will be submitted for CE through Maryland Nurse Association in 2021.
Course will be available to the participants for 4 weeks from the opening date. Participants will be required to attend a 2 hour scheduled WebEx approximately 4 weeks after course opening. Webex will be the first Wednesday of the next month from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. In order to receive credit for the course, participants must complete the on-line course, attend the required 2 hour WebEx and complete the survey.
Experienced clinical research nurses or those that feel prepared to enact the role of protocol coordinator.
1. Understand the role of the protocol coordinator (PC). 2. Identify the tools and resources available to assist PC in becoming proficient. 3. Given a PRIA and Protocol - use tools provided to outline a plan for protocol implementation on a program of care.
Discuss with Unit Leadership - desire to become a protocol coordinator. Understanding that the participant will have 4 weeks to complete the course and will then attend a 2 hour WebEx the first Wednesday of the next month from 1:30-3:30pm.
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