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Experienced patient care research staff

eagle-i ID

http://harvard.eagle-i.net/i/00000148-18fb-f27f-6889-6c3880000000

Resource Type

  1. Support service

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  1. Fee for service
    Yes
  2. Resource Description
    Includes: 1) nurses, nurse practitioners and technicians to perform research procedures and precise research measurements, and 2) expertise in standard and investigational drug delivery and clinical monitoring. The research center nursing staff is specially trained to provide the following services: - Assist investigators with the planning and implementation of clinical research protocols; develop data collection sheets and MD orders. - Perform clinical assessments, observations, and treatments. - Provide patient care while adhering to the detail of research protocols. - Collect and maintain the integrity of research specimens. - Process research specimens using basic techniques. - Advocate for subjects and their families who are volunteering to participate in research. - Monitor, identify, and report adverse events. - Research nurse coordinators can assist with study coordination either alone or in concert with study coordinators.
  3. Access Restriction(s)
    Standard services are free up to a certain defined level, beyond which there will be a fee incurred.
  4. Service Provided by
    Harvard Catalyst Clinical Research Center
  5. Website(s)
    http://catalyst.harvard.edu/programs/hccrc/information-for-investigators.html
  6. Related Technique
    Clinical monitoring
  7. Related Technique
    Clinical laboratory results management
  8. Related Technique
    Research subject consent
  9. Related Technique
    Specimen creation
  10. Related Technique
    Clinical diagnosis
 
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