Possible Clinical Research Coordinator Interactions

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Possible Clinical Research Coordinator Interactions by Mind Map: Possible Clinical Research Coordinator Interactions

1. Principal Investigator

1.1. Verbal Communications: In person conversations, phone calls

1.2. Written Communications: Emails, reports, sharing documents, files and data

1.3. Visual Communications: Spreadsheets, sharing prepared figures including results graphs and charts, also sharing any pertinent images (i.e. ultrasound images)

1.4. Nonverbal Communications: Sharing of subject's body language and gestures

2. Regulatory Agency Staff: Health Canada Auditors and Representatives of the Research Ethics Board

2.1. Written Communications: Regulation Guidelines, Emails, submission reports including adverse side effect reports

2.2. Verbal Communications: Phone calls and potential in person discussions

3. Research Subjects and Families

3.1. Verbal Communications: In person conversations, phone calls

3.2. Written Communication: Emails, prepared documents including but not limited to consent forms and information packets,

3.3. Nonverbal Communications: Positive body language

3.4. Visual Communication: Sharing visual aids including graphs and charts

4. Sponsor Staff: Representatives and Study Managers

4.1. Written Communications: Emails, Reports, Submissions

4.2. Visual Communication: Sharing of results/progress figures including charts and graphs

4.3. Verbal Communications: Phone calls, in person discussions

5. Social Workers

5.1. Written Communication: Emails

5.2. Verbal Communications: Phone calls, in person conversations

5.3. Nonverbal Communications: Sharing of subject's body language and gestures

6. Institution Review Board

6.1. Written Communications: Emails, reports, prepared institutional guidelines

6.2. Verbal Communications: Phone Calls and in person conversations

7. Medical Staff: Doctors, Clinical Fellows, Residents, Research Nurses and Pharmacists, Laboratory and Imaging Technologists, Interns, Medical Secretaries

7.1. Verbal Communications: Phone calls, in person discussions

7.2. Written Communications: Emails, sharing patient data, reports, documents, and results

7.3. Visual Communications: Sharing patient imaging results (i.e. ultrasound images, microscopy pictures, etc.), charts

8. Data Management Team: Database Admins and Biostaticians

8.1. Written Communications: Emails, prepared reports

8.2. Visual Communications: Spreadsheets, result figures including charts and graphs

8.3. Verbal Communications: In person, phone calls

9. Other Clinical Research Associates, Coordinators, Assistants

9.1. Written Communications: Emails, sharing and collaborating on reports, sharing documents and data

9.2. Verbal Communication: In person discussions, phone calls

9.3. Visual Communications: Sharing figures, images, charts

10. Site Manager

10.1. Written Communications: Emails, reports including budget reports

10.2. Verbal Communications: In person discussions, phone calls

10.3. Visual: Spreadsheets, figures including budget graphs and charts