Neonatal Research Nurse | Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust

Job details
Posting date: 24 September 2021
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £32,306 - £39,027 32306 - 39027
Hours: Part time
Closing date: 24 October 2021
Location: Liverpool, L8 7SS
Company: Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust
Job type: Contract
Job reference: 3495765/159-LWH-315-21

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The Trust is looking to recruit a neonatal research nurse - 0.6 WTE to 1.0 WTE.

The aim of this post is to allow opportunity for a high calibre nurse to develop their skills both clinically and in the field of research. We aim to equip the individual with the skills and qualifications to become a strong autonomous research practitioner within their specialist clinical field.

The post holder will be responsible for assisting the Trust with its commitment to a sustained and dramatic increase in recruitment of patients into research studies. For this role the post holder will specifically be concerned with recruitment to the neonatal research studies. The individual will also be responsible for assisting the Research & Development office with feasibility and set up of new research.

The Trust has a diverse and growing portfolio of research its research practitioners are recruiting to, some of which overlap with maternity.

Internal secondments may be considered but applicants MUST SEEK APPROVAL from their substantive clinical line manager FIRST.
• To support the operational management of neonatal research studies.
• To contribute to all aspects of the planning, conduct and reporting of the portfolio clinical research trials and studies.
• To be responsible for the day-to-day management of, and patient recruitment to designated research studies.
• To work on a daily basis with minimum supervision as part of the research team.
• To ensure that all clinical research activity is ICH GCP compliant and conducted in accordance with the agreed protocols.
• To maintain a high standard of patient care in line with Trust and R&D procedures and protocols and in accordance with the UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care Research.
• To prioritise research activity as necessary thus ensuring recruitment targets are met.
• To ensure that all data is collected and managed effectively and accurately.
• Act as a focus for research communication within the Trust and with external partners including the Clinical Research Network.

Liverpool Women’s delivers the highest standards of care for women, babies and their families. Each year we deliver over 8,300 babies, carry out over 10,000 gynaecological procedures, and care for over 1,000 poorly and preterm newborns, making us the specialist provider of health services for women, babies and their families in Europe.

We have some of the leading experts in their field, and, after featuring on One Born Every Minute, Miracle Babies and Special Baby Unit, our teams are famous across the world for their professionalism, skill and compassion.

Liverpool Women’s Hospital clinical services are currently being reviewed by NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group, following work done by our clinicians in presenting a powerful case for change in the Future Generations Strategy.

We invite you to review why Liverpool Women's Hospital is a great place to work:

This advert closes on Friday 8 Oct 2021

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