UniversityCollege London Hospital
Research Nurse/Clinical Trial Practitioner
Fixed Term Contract
Are you interested in a career in Clinical Research? Do you have the skills to advance the treatment of cancer whilst delivering high quality care to your patients?
The Research Nurse/Clinical Trial Practitioner is an autonomous specialist working within the multi-disciplinary team. The post holder will take responsibility for the co-ordination and management of a clinical research portfolio comprising in-house, national and international phase II and III clinical trials in haematological malignancies.
Responsibilities will include education of patients and colleagues, coordination of care of patients on trials, collection and preparation of biological samples, collection of trial data and monitoring of the expected and unexpected side effects of drugs and other treatment modalities. The post holder will be expected to develop specialized skills and knowledge relating to the conduct of clinical trials, the therapies and the relevant disease sites. The post holder will be expected to have sufficient skills to enable patients to make informed choices concerning their involvement in clinical trials by providing advice and information and acting as the patient’s advocate.
We are ideally seeking someone with experience of Cancer Nursing or Clinical Research, knowledge of good clinical practice, good verbal and written communication and attention to detail. However we offer a comprehensive training programme so if you meet some of these criteria, and have a clear desire to do the job, then please apply.
This advert closes on Tuesday 20 Apr 2021
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