The Clinical Research Department has an exciting opportunity for a Research Nurse. The Research Nurse is a member of the Clinical Research Department and assists the clinical staff in the recruitment, compliance and follow-up of patients that are eligible for, or registered to a clinical trial by managing the research portion of the patient care activities through application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with the research patient, patient’s family, ancillary/support services, the physician and the Clinical Trials Office.
Incorporates the SCCC and Clinical Research Services mission, vision, values and code of Business Conduct into planning patient care and clinical trials activities. Provides clinical trial support in the Hospital and clinic setting to ensure SCCC patients are offered appropriate clinical trials following Good Clinical Practice standards. Assesses and documents the patient’s compliance and response to protocol treatment. Screens patients/patient records to identify potential trial candidates and notify the treating physician and Clinical Trials support staff. Provides Clinical Trial support staff with the documentation needed to determine eligibility and maintain compliance.
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, tuition remission and more.
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing, valid Florida Registered Nurse license, BLS certification and BSN preferred. One to two years of nursing oncology experience required with related research experience in designated area of work preferred.
Internal Number: R100040972
About University of Miami - UHealth
The University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, an academic medical center founded in 1952, is proud to serve South Florida, South America and the Caribbean in education, research, patient care and community service.The founders of the Miller School of Medicine were true visionaries. They anticipated the tremendous need for excellent medical care within our community and set into motion a plan for the facility that now has more than 1 million patient encounters annually.