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Research Physician

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Job reference: 448953/001_1559728751
  • Sector: Clinical Operartions, EPM Scientific
  • Date posted: 05/06/2019

Research Physician Position

I am working with a multinational client who are looking for Clinical Research Physician their Midlands site.

They are looking for individuals on either a flexible part time as well as a full time, permanent contract arrangement.

Role Responsibility

  • Conducting clinical trials in line with the protocol and to ensure the recruitment of eligible participants onto the studies
  • Taking ownership of being prepared for all GMC appraisals to ensure a positive outcome
  • Review screening, pre-screening and screening success rates for clinical trials
  • Providing information and support to consenting participants for a clinical study
  • Liaising with and developing positive relations with sponsors, clients and clients' contractors as required, projecting a helpful and courteous company image
  • Carrying out clinical evaluation and clinical investigation of participants
  • Constantly seeking and suggesting quality improvements
  • Taking responsibility for ensuring serious adverse events / adverse events are reported appropriately

Qualifications Needed

  • GMC registered doctor
  • General clinical experience
  • Have working knowledge of GCP (ICH/GCP and local regulations compliance)
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