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GME Research Coordinator
WSU School of Medicine
Assist in the development and execution of projects that enhance the scholarly activity of Graduate Medical Education (GME) and its residency programs.
Participate in academic projects that showcase GME research institutional projects throughout the academic year. Assist in development and execution of projects that enhance the
scholarly activity of Graduate Medical Education and its residency programs. Propose, develop and execute projects that would enhance institutional and program performance and compliance. Assist in data collecting, summarizing, and generating reports for various GME projects such as the Annual Report, Annual Institutional Review, and Annual Program Evaluation.
Investigate potential projects for publication and propose drafts for consideration and subsequent submission to journals.
Responsible for maintenance of the application for small grant submission for WSU residency programs and monitoring all submissions from approval to completion of the grant cycle.
Serve as manuscript consultant for programs planning to publish the project accomplished through the grant.
Propose initiatives that would enhance institutional and program performance and compliance that makes effective use of his or her skill set.
Solicit and organize resident participation in scholarship across the institution and work with investigators as a consultant for new and ongoing research and quality improvement projects.
Report residency program accreditation information to the ACGME in an ongoing basis.
Organize and monitor the annual OSCE examinations for the medical residents, working with the simulation center for scheduling and evaluations.
Coordinate the appointment of Residents including document preparation/tracking and processing of all employment paperwork, including visas, and transactions.
Assist in the development/preparation of all GME documents, handouts, flyers, booklets and presentations.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor's degree; Master's degree in relevant field preferred.
Knowledge and experience with the IRB approval process.
Experience: Minimum of five (5) years recent experience in academic environment, ideally medical education or research.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skill.
Organizational and time management skills and able to multitask.
WRITING SKILLS: Excellent research and writing skills, including literature reviews, survey development, training curricula, reports, white papers, and proposals.
PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS: Excellent problem solving skills and strong ability to utilize technology for continuous improvement.
COMPUTER SKILLS: Ability to effectively use Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word and Outlook. Ability to learn software applications; knowledge of Residency Management Software preferred.
Able to work a flexible schedule.