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    Kelly Allen-Pitchko

    The Women and Children’s Health Research Institute (WCHRI) supports research excellence dedicated to improving the health and lives of women and children. WCHRI is the only research institute in Canada — and one of the few in the world — to focus on both women’s and children’s health, including perinatal health. WCHRI was founded in 2006 as a partnership between the University of Alberta and Alberta Health Services, with core funding from the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation (SCHF) and the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation (RAHF). Thanks to our funders’ generosity, WCHRI is able to support a broad range of research programs for over 500 leading researchers.

    WCHRI is committed to ensuring that the research we support is conducted according to the highest scientific and ethical standards, complies with local, national and international policies as well as governing statues and regulations and that internal quality systems are comprehensive, appropriate and effective. WCHRI has a strategic priority to catalyze pediatric clinical trials, locally and nationally; as a result we have developed a data coordinating centre (DCC) and pediatric clinical trials unit to support pediatric clinical trials (and over time women’s health clinical trials) that are run locally, nationally, and internationally. Our data coordinating centre currently supports several national networks in Canada, including the CHILD-BRIGHT Network and KidsCAN Trials.

    Reporting to the Data Coordinating Centre Team Lead, and as an active member of the study team, the Research Data Coordinator evaluates and manages study data quality, and designs, implements and maintains data management and reporting solutions using REDCap, SAS and/or other commercial database and statistical software.

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