The Legacy nursing philosophy focuses on patients and their families. Our nurses embody this philosophy in everything they do, as advocates, communicators, problem-solvers and caregivers. Their expertise is sought after and respected by our health care team. In short, they are the face of wellness at Legacy. Does this sound like an environment in which you could thrive? If so, we invite you to consider this opportunity.
Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel is a regional center for the care of infants, children and teens. We offer unrivaled pediatric expertise in a state-of-the-art facility designed exclusively for children. From routine care to the most complex cases, pediatricians and families trust us to provide the most advanced medical and surgical care for kids.
Collaborates with multidisciplinary team in the management of subjects participating in clinical research studies. Conducts studies assigned, staying within parameters of protocol and regulatory compliance, available resources and budget.
This position is embedded in the Children’s Cancer & Blood Disorders Program. The Research RN will work in conjunction with the current department Coordinator of Pediatric Oncology Research, under the supervision of the department Clinical Director/PI and Nurse Manager.
The successful candidate will have a high attention to detail, the ability to successfully multi-task, and excellent organizational skills. Oncology Research experience preferred.
Duties include the collection and organization of patient data, collection of patient specimens, responding to sponsor queries, identifying, reporting and following up on Serious Safety Events, performing limited testing with study subjects, telephone follow-up with survivors, clarification of protocol questions with national coordinators, obtaining consent for non-therapeutic trials, gathering op reports, radiology reports and tissue specimens from referring hospitals, completing case reports forms, preparing for audits by sponsors, IRB and/or the FDA/DHHS.
Education: As required by licensure.
Experience: Three years of clinical experience.
Knowledge/Skills: Competent in word processing, spreadsheet management, and database management and development. Excellent interpersonal skills, with outstanding written and verbal competencies. Demonstrated presentation skills. Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently, handle multiple projects simultaneously, and manage conflicting priorities. Ability to adapt to change. Excellent mentoring and training skills. Flexibility to work variable hours. Ability to travel within the research community utilizing personal or public transportation. Ability to travel to developmental and promotional activities.
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