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Carole Schilling

Carole Schilling

Carole Schilling

Originally from the UK, Carole completed her BSc(Hons) Nursing/ RGN in 1993 and worked as an Intensive Care nurse for 5 years before making a career change to become a Cardiology Research Sister. In 1999 Carole completed an MSc in Nursing. Carole moved to Ireland in 2001 and since then has gained further research experience in various clinical settings and in the pharma industry as a Clinical Research Associate. Carole has worked across a broad range of therapeutic areas which include respiratory, infectious disease, hepatology, oncology and ophthalmology. In 2012 Carole joined the RCSI Clinical Research Centre as a Senior Clinical Research Nurse. In 2013 she completed the level 9 post-graduate certificate in Nursing (Clinical Research). In 2015 Carole took on the newly established role as RCSI Quality & Regulatory Affairs Manager. A position which involved responsibility for developing, implementing and maintaining quality management systems to ensure that all investigator led clinical trials sponsored by RCSI were conducted in compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and applicable regulatory requirements. In November 2018 Carole became the Project Manager for the Irish Research Nurses & Midwives Network (IRNM) workforce survey; ‘Count Me In’. Carole currently works part-time as a Study Coordinator at Beaumont Hospital and is the Chair for the IRNM.

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