We are 11 Centres of Excellence in Diabetes & Endocrinology, in 3 provinces (Ontario, Alberta and Quebec).
LMC is proud to have earned 2014 and 2015's Great Places to Work in Canada award.
Currently, our rapidly expanding team is looking for a regional Registered Nurse / Clinical Research Coordinator who can work for us on a full-time permanent basis, supporting our LMC Montreal-Glen clinic.
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
- To conduct the clinical research study according to the study protocol, GCP, and the LMC & Manna Research SOP
- To be knowledgeable of the protocol so that all study activities are completed correctly
- To recruit and screen patients for participation in clinical research studies
- To obtain proper written informed consent from each study participant prior to participation in the study
- To schedule study participant visits as per protocol
- To perform delegated protocol specific activities completely and accurately
- To obtain vital signs as required per protocol (i.e. blood pressure, temperature, heart rate, waist measurement, weight & height)
- To obtain all necessary documentation as required by the protocol (i.e. ECG, echocardiogram or pulmonary function test results)
- To monitor and report all adverse experiences and abnormal results to the Investigator and Sponsor
- To update and maintain subject screening and enrollment logs
- To create source documents and any other research documents required for the successful conduct of a clinical research study
- Meet with the Sponsor's representatives to discuss the conduct of the study and review study data
- Provide support to the Diabetes Educators by instructing patients on diabetes self management skills in both individual and group settings. As well as, teach administration of insulin effectively, including titration and management as per medical directives.
- Diploma in Nursing
- Current registration and in good standing with regulating nursing association in Quebec
- Strong knowledge of medical terminology
- Must be fully billingual – English and French proficiency in written and oral communications
- Knowledge of general research procedures and regulatory requirements
- Must have previous experience with phlebotomy
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Detail oriented with exceptional organizational skills
- Proficiency with MS Office including creating spreadsheets, reports and presentation
We’re looking for dynamic people who embrace learning and growth opportunities; people with vision.
LMC provides four industry-leading programs:
- Specialist healthcare (publicly-funded) - representing the largest non-academic group of Endocrinologists globally
- Nationally-accredited Diabetes Education Program
- Canada's largest Clinical Research network specializing in Diabetes innovations
- A network of diabetes focused pharmacies
Why LMC might be right for you!
- 2016 Certified Best Workplace™
- 2014 and 2015 Canada’s Best Workplaces™
- Fantastic culture based on learning and growth
- Competitive community based salary
- Comprehensive Health Benefits & Pension matching
- Financial support and time off for career training and development·
- Christmas to New Year’s off; Summer Long Weekends
- State of the art Electronic Medical Records (EMR) environment
LMC is committed to meet the accessibility needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner. These accommodations will be available upon request.
We thank all candidates, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.