IQVIA Patient Recruitment Lead, Scotland in Livingston, United Kingdom
IQVIA™ is the leading human data science company focused on helping healthcare clients find unparalleled insights and better solutions for patients. Formed through the merger of IMS Health and Quintiles, IQVIA offers a broad range of solutions that harness the power of healthcare data, domain expertise, transformative technology, and advanced analytics to drive healthcare forward.
Patient Recruitment Lead
Location: Homebased Scotland
Travel: Scotland wide
IQVIA has an exciting opportunity for a Patient Recruitment Specialist to join a small team working in prime clinical trial sites to help with patient recruitment.
The Patient Recruitment Specialist will have exceptional interpersonal and strong relationship building skills so they are able to sell a clinical trial to an investigator and help them identify subjects quickly and efficiently.
The successful candidate will be a nurse, allied qualified healthcare professional or have previous trial recruitment experience, as well as a commercial attitude; excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to execute tasks with minimal oversight and find solutions in an autonomous environment.
To provide clinical research sites within Prime Sites the support required to achieve patient recruitment goals and to enable IQVIA to deliver ‘more patients from fewer sites’. Responsibilities:
Implement the IQVIA Prime Site strategy, to accelerate patient recruitment & maximise site productivity, concentrating on recruiting more patients from fewer sites whilst maintaining high quality standards.
Enhance the experience of patients, site staff and customers working with IQVIA through Prime Sites.
Work with the Prime Site Manager to identify key protocols and sites to focus scope of work.
Develop effective relationships with site and PIs and act as a champion for sites within the Prime Site and IQVIA.
Provide practical support to study sites to maximize potential for patient enrolment.
Support sites to develop recruitment strategies, highlighting recruitment tools, barriers, best practice.
Work with research sites to identify and address recruitment barriers – identify common site issues and work with the sponsor and relevant stakeholders to recommend creative options to overcome these barriers.
Provide on-going training and information on the clinical trial inclusion and exclusion criteria to the study team, where required conduct recruitment training for new study staff.
Act as a resource for healthcare professionals at clinical study sites by sharing best practice and strategies for patient identification and retention.
Conduct recruitment training sessions for key studies – such as facilitating study ‘walk through’s’.
Identify patient flow / pathway through the site and work with identified departments or referral centres to raise awareness of protocol and the potential for patient inclusion.
Serve as trial liaison at site to address recruitment problems effectively and efficiently (provide feedback to sponsors, clinical management and project management on relevant trial matters).
Escalate any concerns regarding study execution with the project management team.
Provide accurate and timely reports of site visits using Site Contact Reports.
Provide input into Clinical and Project meetings where required. Establish and present ‘proof points’ or case studies in recruitment success.
Be an active member of the Prime Site Joint Operations Committee and attend the Prime Site Joint Executive Committee as required.
Bachelors degree in Health Sciences or related field or equivalent training
Current registered healthcare practitioner qualification preferred
Experience and Skills
In depth clinical trial experience including patient recruitment experience
Customer service skills
Excellent presentation skills
Excellent inter-personal skills, able to establish rapport with a wide range of people
Prepared to travel throughout Scotland with the likelihood of being on-site 3 times a week
Strong oral and written communication skills, must be able to communicate in English
Ability to coordinate activities across multiple functions
Effective time management skills and ability to manage competing priorities
Ability to quickly gain an understanding of a situation and to have a solutions based approach to resolving problems
Ability to work independently – candidates should be self-motivated
Making a positive impact on human health takes insight, curiosity, and intellectual courage. It takes brave minds, pushing the boundaries to transform healthcare. Regardless of your role, you will have the opportunity to play an important part in helping our clients drive healthcare forward and ultimately improve outcomes for patients.
Forge a career with greater purpose, make an impact, and never stop learning.
At IQVIA, we have a vision. Where every healthcare decision is based on evidence. Where data science and human science come together to improve global health. Where new and creative solutions aren’t just possible – they are expected.
Thank you for your interest in growing your career with us. It takes insight, curiosity, and intellectual courage to transform healthcare. The 56,000+ employees of the IQVIA family of companies, including Q2 Solutions, are reimagining a world without the consequences of disease. We are brave minds bringing powerful ideas to reality. At IQVIA, you can truly make an impact in an environment where you’re supported to succeed.
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