The average salary of a(n) Clinical Research Associate in Colorado - State Average is $64,233.
The average hourly rate of a(n) Clinical Research Associate in Colorado - State Average is $30.88.
The average bonus of a(n) Clinical Research Associate in Colorado - State Average is $1,432.00.
Designs, administers, researches, and studies designated clinical trials including investigator selection (who is responsible for the conduct of the trial at the trial site), analysis of potential patient recruitment, and preparation of trial related documentation, following company standard operating procedures and in accordance with Good Clinical Practice. Establishes, monitors throughout its duration, and closes down trial sites on completion of the trial. Coordinates with the ethics committee, which safeguards the rights, safety, and wellbeing of all trial subjects; and organizes ethics committee submissions with follow through to ensure successful outcome. Identifies and assesses the suitability of facilities to be used as the investigational/clinical trial site; sets up trial sites, which includes ensuring each center has the required trial materials, including the trial drug often known as the investigational medicinal product. Manages regulatory authority applications and approvals that oversee the research and marketing of new and existing drugs; and runs clinical trials on new and existing medical methods and drugs to test for their effectiveness, risks, and benefits to ensure they are safe to allow on to the market. Develops and writes clinical trial protocols, outlines the purpose and methodology of a trial, presents trial protocols to a steering committee, and ensures procedures are in place for appropriate optimization of patients into the clinical trial. Plans the requirements for clinical trial materials, orders clinical trial materials, sets up and monitors the systems whereby the materials can be shipped to the investigator, maintains procedures to account for the material, checks the expiration of material, and requesting extensions if necessary. Carries out various stages or phases of trials, including trials on healthy humans, trials on patients with a disease, and studies conducted after the launch of a new drug to monitor safety and side effects. Manages patient recruitment strategies to increase patient randomization into the trial. Trains the site staff to trial-specific industry standards, and liaises with doctors/consultants or investigators on conducting the trial. Oversees and provides management to assistants to ensure that their role and contribution is optimized. Coordinates the movement of laboratory samples and the resulting data when central laboratory facilities are used. Designs data collection forms; collects completed forms from hospitals, general practices, and other research sites; and verifies that data entered onto the forms are consistent with patient clinical notes/source data/document verification and are immediately entered into the database. Discusses results with a medical statistician, who usually writes technical trial reports. Writes visit reports and files; and prepares and collates trial documentation and reports, protocols, including case report forms, investigators brochures, consent documents, letters of agreement, and confidentiality agreements. Archives study documentation and correspondence. Prepares final reports and manuscripts for publication. Less
Designs, administers, researches, and studies designated clinical trials including investigator selection (who is responsible for the conduct of the trial at the trial site), analysis of potential patient recruitment, and preparation of trial related documentation, following company standard operating procedures... More