Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs) are an integral part of the research team. Coordinators are responsible for the day-to-day conduct of the study and ensure that research is conducted in compliance with the study protocol as well as federal, state and institutional guidelines and regulations. To fulfill these responsibilities, CRCs need support and resources. OPRS promotes CRC efforts by helping to develop education, establish a Coordinator network and provide a forum to share available resources.
USC Courses and Training
Organizing Study Records
Comprehensive Study Document List
Biomedical Study Binder Table of Contents Sample
Socio-Behavioral Study Binder Table of Contents Sample
Sample Checklist for Documenting Subject Visits
‘Living Textbook’ of Clinical Trials
Clinical Research Toolbox
The USC Human Subjects Protection Program has developed and printed a wealth of human subjects booklets available to users online or in hard copy by request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This brochure has been designed to introduce patients to clinical research and provides them with contact information for exploring further the options available through clinical trials. It is available in Spanish as well as English.
Articles of Interest
CTSA Publications About Research Coordinators
Clinical Research Coordinator Job Description Recommendations (2012)
CTSA Training Elements of Clinical Research Coordination (2012)
Coordinator Resources Recommended by National CTSA Committee (2012)
RC Unplugged: What Should be on Your Stop-Doing List”
Commercial Certification and Education
Research Coordinator Advisory Group
OPRS and the Research Coordinator Advisory Group work together to facilitate improvement in the clinical research process by bringing attention to current challenges. These meetings lead to RC education sessions, policy review and guide RC bulletin content.
Research Opportunities at USC
Explore the USC website Careers at USC to find new opportunities for research coordinators. Search the job category “Laboratory and Research” for available positions at all sites – Health Science Campus, University Park Campus, Verdugo Hills Hospital and Norris Cancer Hospital.
You may also sign up to receive “job alert” emails as positions become available. See Jobs in Research.