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Clinical Data Managers

Work Environment

Clinical data managers spend part of their day on computers, gathering and reviewing information and data, creating reports, and using e-mail. They also spend time in meetings with coworkers, supervisors, consultants, and others involved in data management projects. Some travel may be involved for meetings, presentations, and brainstorming sessions with top executives at other offices and at clients' offices. The work may be stressful at times, especially when deadlines are approaching and the calendar is filled with meetings and other work obligations. Clinical data managers must have solid time-management and organizational skills to tackle these challenges when they arise.

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