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Are you interested in participating in a research study that will explore the impact Clinical Research Nurses (CRNs) and the impact of working remotely?

The purpose of the study is to explore the perceptions and experiences of CRNs who have transitioned from working on-site to remotely working to carry out their roles.  If you agree to participate, you will be asked to describe your personal perceptions and experiences during your transition to working remotely. There will be an initial virtual meeting and the possibility of 2 more meetings if member checking or clarification is needed. The interview process will last up to 1 hour. 

This is a minimal risk study with no anticipated psychological, health or injury risks. The primary risks of participation include loss of confidentiality, fatigue, or emotional distress.

There are no benefits to the participants who participate in this study and there is no compensation provided for participating. There are no direct benefits to this study, but the results may contribute to a better understanding of the impact of remote work for CRNs or other professionals.  

Participation in study procedures implies subject consent. You do not have to participate, and you can withdraw participation at any time.

Who can I contact to participate?

For questions, concerns or complaints before, during or after the research study, please contact Kandice Rachal, Principal Investigator at 832-977-1890 or, if after normal office hours, at krrachal@utmb.edu

This study has been approved by the UTMB Institutional Review Board (IRB).  If you have any complaints, concerns, input or questions regarding your rights as a subject participating in this research study or you would like more information about the protection of human subjects in research, you may contact the IRB Office at irb@utmb.edu.

International Association of Clinical Research Nurses

PO Box 7
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062, USA
(609) 519-9689 (Phone)
iacrn@iacrn.org


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