Pros: drove the company car, free lunches, learned the emr system, etc.
Cons: worked more than 40 hrs. per week and only paid 40 hrs. on salary, wasn't willing to switch me to hourly pay, etc.
I was able to learn a lot of skills in research and also using the new GLO-EMR system to put patient data information. I liked going out on the field everyday with the doctors using the laptop which contained the EMR system. The hardest part of the job was literally being thrown into a project, such as research, and teaching myself with a little help – more... from the research coordinator. It was interesting and fun...I learned a lot and was able to find, screen, and qualify many patients for the research study. I met a lot of interesting people going out on the field with the doctors and helping the patients in any way that I could. – less