Join us Apr 13 to learn about the new Research Coordination and Management Unit
NC TraCS April CTSA Conversation Session: What is the NEW Research Coordination and Management Unit (RCMU) and how can it support your research?
Date/Time: Fri, 13 Apr 2018 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Brinkhous-Bullitt, room 219
NC TraCS newly developed Research Coordination and Management Unit (RCMU) is now ready and available to help you meet your research goals! Join us for a conversation about this newly formed, centralized research coordinator unit.
As part of the NC TraCS Institute, the RCMU provides professional, experienced study coordinators and project managers equipped to perform a wide range of study coordination services to investigators across UNC and the UNC HealthCare System. The mission of the RCMU is to support investigators in conducting rigorous, high-quality clinical and translational research, while ensuring regulatory compliance, procedural efficiency, and data collection best practices.
Have you ever:
- Fallen behind schedule while working to hire and onboard a new study coordinator?
- Wanted more support, but not needed a full-time coordinator?
- Wished you could have more “boots on the ground” to help you meet your research goals?
The RCMU can be utilized to:
- Conduct full-scope study management
- Assist your team with specific study tasks
- Fill gaps in regular staffing
Benefits of working with the RCMU include:
- Engage study coordinators without the burden of hiring and managing directly
- Work with experienced, extensively-trained coordinators to ensure quality and meet study goals
- Efficient start-up to begin enrolling participants quickly
- Rigorous study conduct to ensure quality data
- Pay only for time needed, reducing costs
An ongoing goal here at TraCS is to consistently and regularly create and act upon ideas of how to best align our collective resources with the needs of your research. The CTSA Conversation Session is one way in which we can learn about what is important or of interest to researchers.
Come have a conversation!