Senior Research Associate (Healthcare)

Job Type:
Permanent
Job Sector:
Health, Medicine
Region:
North West
Location:
Bollington
Salary Description:
Competitive
Posted:
11/06/2019
Recruiter:
Additional Resources
Job Ref:
MFL/AR/051346

Senior Research Associate (Healthcare) - Bollington

Competitive Salary and Benefits

Key Skills/ experience - Clinical Outcome Assessments, Patient-Centred Outcomes, Patient-Reported Outcomes, Observer-Reported Outcomes, Clinician-Reported Outcomes, Performance-Reported Outcome, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Research, Research Associate

Our Client is looking for a motivated and experienced Senior Research Associate to join their busy research team and;

- To perform literature searches, reviewing abstracts and journal articles and assessing existing COA instruments. Developing conceptual models, conceptual frameworks, endpoint models and disease models.
- To develop study protocols and other study documents including interview guides, case report forms, demographic health and information forms and informed consent forms.
- To prepare submissions for ethical review boards and managing ethical review submissions. Managing recruitment of patients, caregivers or other subjects through recruitment agencies or recruiting clinicians. Conducting, coding, interpreting and analysing qualitative focus groups and interviews (e.g., patient, clinician, and observer), including both concept elicitation and cognitive debriefing interviews.
- To contribute to client calls and updating clients on project status. Performing all aspects of research tasks allocated by the project leader. Writing elements of proposals as requested.


Requirements (essential):

- Have work experience as Medial Research Associate or equivalent in the medical / pharma sector.
- Ability to work with less guidance day-to-day than is required for a Research Associate. Ability to efficiently produce written documents that require little revision to be client-ready.
- Proficiency in conducting all aspects of qualitative and/or quantitative healthcare research, with support from more experienced team members.
- Ability to critically assess existing COA instruments, evaluating their strengths and weaknesses.


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Contact Details:
Additional Resources
Tel: 0845 450 6635
Contact: Muriel
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