Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Coordinate and manage all data activities as it relates to Covid19 and Neurological Complications registry for the Neurology Department.
Data entry in a database using information of eligible medical records from Epic.
Oversee all data entry, data verifications, and resolution of data edits.
Oversee and track activities utilizing data management spreadsheet, Epic information and data analysis
Generate data management reports
Attend individual and group data management conference calls, as needed, at minimum biweekly.
Organize zoom conferences with Neurologists in the department to discuss covid19 data collected.
Communicate with the members of the Neurology research team on matters that pertain enrollment, data entry clarification and format, data processing.
Internal Number: 2020-12729
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