The School of Nursing is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as a Study Coordinator on a federally funded RCT. The study proposes a multi-tiered, translational approach to address insomnia in cancer survivors. This project provides an opportunity for the first time to test the efficacy and durability of a self-management behavioral intervention for cancer survivors with insomnia in order to reduce disease burden and disability, and improve well-being. The Study Coordinator under general guidance will:
- hire and train RAs with the assistance of the PI and Co-Is
- recruit subjects, coordinate data collection, coding, entering into statistical software
- schedule and plan for weekly meetings with PI and RAs and monthly meetings with entire research team
- serve on the Safety Monitoring Committee
- participate in focus groups
- assist in interpretation of the data analysis on study aims
- assist in timely manuscript preparation and NIH reporting.
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