Clinical Research Assistant (Guardians 4 Health)

Website BrownDigiHealth Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health

We are seeking a Research Assistant (RA) to work on research focused on firearm injury prevention and community engagement. The RA will work with Principal Investigator Dr. Megan Ranney with opportunities for exposure to co-investigators in psychology, public health, injury prevention, and digital health. This could be an ideal opportunity for a recent college graduate who is looking for experiences to help strengthen an application for graduate studies in psychology, medical school, or public health. Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator and Research Manager, the RA will be responsible for assisting the study team in all phases of the studies. Strong customer service and organizational skills are paramount.

Study tasks will include, but are not limited to, recruiting and screening potential participants, obtaining informed consent, interviewing participants post-intervention, preparing and maintaining study records, contacting participants to obtain baseline and follow-up surveys, database management, data cleaning, performing statistical analyses, creation and management of intervention content online (study website, Instagram), ordering and mailing physical materials to study sites, and supporting the project manager with various administrative tasks such as IRB approvals and progress reports. The RA will adhere to ethical procedures for subject recruitment and crisis protocols. Finally, s/he may be responsible for assisting with periodic literature reviews, and for assisting with preparation of abstracts, manuscripts, and presentations.

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