senior level tech (Former Employee) – rosemont il – October 17, 2016
I though this was a great company to work for. i have worked here in the past and management was not up to par, they would disregard any of your opinion or thoughts, did not work with your schedule and pay was reduce 2 times in my first year while quota and mandatory overtime increased. Coming back to this company they changed everything and did a complete 180 with new management filling the roles and taking charge, it is a good company however very tough to get a good schedule even for a veteran. pay is much lower than other competition
I loved research because you really made a difference. The bedside work was intricate and demanding and because of that we typically were assigned daily patient loads that reflected the work. The patients I cared for wanted to be there. They were looking for answers about their own condition or eager to help others in just findings answers. My co workers worked together as a unit to give excellent patient care and maintain the integrity of accurate clinical research.
Nice place to work and educate patient and family members
Nurse Manager (Former Employee) – Meharry Medical College – March 8, 2016
The ability to learn new protocols and try out new medications in phase II and phase III studies. Observing changes and improvement in health care outcomes, Training of nursing and ancillary personnel.
Meeting new patients, learning new protocols and study initiations .
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 28, 2015
Research based healthcare providing a work environment that is challanging and rewarding with great benefits. For a highly trained and highly skilled research professional, this is a great place to put into practice all aspects of your skills.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – July 2, 2015
Excellent work environment for personal and professional growth. Day to day work activity includes patient's clinical research visit, recruiting and other daily routine clinical research activities.Learned how to conduct clinical research trials and related activities. Enhanced my communication skills to work around colleagues with varied skills background as a part of the clinical research team. Recruitment of patients from the minority population in clinical research studies.
Consultant Pharmacist (Current Employee) – Berkeley Heights, NJ – February 23, 2015
As a consultant pharmacist , you check the charts for patients that are in LTC facilities. I review all their meds & labs to make sure that there is no interactions, adverse effects. It is a very nice & flexible carrieer
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – November 6, 2014
Schedule patients, triage patients and complete necessary paperwork for all patient. Verify insurance eligibility and benefits. Administer injections. Preform several tests and cultures. Answer multi-line phones.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – August 13, 2014
• Works directly with the Principal Investigator to implement and manage pharmaceutical trials • Assists in recruitment and patient retention in trials. • Maintains, organizes, and updated regulatory documents. • Performs drug accountability, phlebotomy, specimen preparation, ECG and vital signs. • Completes source documentation and case report forms. • Maintains confidentiality and strict guidelines for protection of human subjects. • Follows FDA and ICH guidelines • Assists in training of new research coordinators on all aspects of clinical trials.
Assistant to Director/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – November 21, 2013
I loved working at Contura. I had an amazing work enviroment and met many exceptional people in my office. I was very happy for the many years I worked there. I was able to travel to many amazing places and meet even more amazing and influential people. My work at Contura made a impact on many peoples lives and that made me feel great about the work I accomplished while there for 6yrs.