Serve as a Clinical Research Nurse in the Department of Medicine, Section of Endocrinology (Kovler Diabetes Center) under the supervision of the Director, Executive Director and the Principal Investigator(s) of assigned studied.
Participate in the conduct of clinical research projects/studies involving various modalities of treatment for patients in the Department of Medicine.
Assist with NIH Funded Diabetes prevention multi-centered trials implemented, and coordinated within the Section.
Participate in established and future research programs in the Section.
Serve as liaison between P.I., sponsoring agent, regulatory groups, patient, family members, referring MD's/community MD's, pharmacist, statistician and other members of the research team.
Assist in the development of comprehensive databases and participate in Qi/QA projects.
Knowledge of computers required.
Adaptability to changing working situations and work assignments required.
Must possess a fundamental working knowledge of clinical research, required.
High attention to detail required.
Strong oral and written communication skills required.
Ability to perform multiple tasks required.
Excellent organization skills required.
Independence in decision making and judgment required.
Ability to work with minimal supervision and function both as a team member and be involved in program problem solving required. â‹
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN) required.
Two years of clinical nursing experience with demonstrated clinical competence in patient care, teaching and management of patient treatment plans, and knowledge about clinical research including protocol therapy and data management preferred.
Registered Nurse with a current Illinois license required.
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