Cedars-Sinai Research Nurse Coordinator II - Breast Oncology - Cancer Clinical Trials Office in Los Angeles, California
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We encourage you to apply to our Research Nurse Coordinator II for the Breast Oncology Team. The Breast Oncology Research Team at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute is a multidisciplinary program, conducting early and late-phase clinical trials to improve the lives of patients with breast cancer. Our research program focus is wide-ranging and includes, innovative surgical techniques, novel treatments, and cutting-edge translational research to develop new treatment options and improve clinical outcomes.
As the Research Nurse Coordinator II, you will provide educational services to research participants and their family members regarding study participation, participant's current clinical condition, and or disease process. In this role, you will assess and document adverse events as reported by research participants.
You will also work closely with the Principle Investigators (PI) to document reports and progress. Additionally, you will
You will record research data where assessed or reported by patient, such as their symptoms of treatment.
Participate in the query and analysis of research data.
You will have general oversight of research portfolio as it pertains to the clinical coordination of the studies.
You will facilitate and deliver the education of the interdisciplinary team on study requirements
You will collaborate with the research team to develop and communicate a plan of care that allows for safe and effective collection of clinical research data.
You will coordinates research participant study visits and triage study participants by phone and provides clinical information to the study participants.
You will recruit study participants and/or lead recruitment activities.
You will complete and document study participant enrollment, assessment/reassessment, education, and follow-up activities as well as coordinate study participant interventions as required and/or has oversight of the research activity.
Serve as a liaison between study participant and PI, Clinical Research Nurse and other research staff.
Prepare data spreadsheets for PI and/or department and update investigation binders and complete Case Report Forms.
You may prepare IRB submissions, assist with data compilation, assist with grant proposals, publication preparation, and presentations.
You may oversee grant activities post award through closure including, monitoring budgets, compliance, and progress reports.
This position is eligible for the Employee Referral Program. See website for details: http://careers.cedars-sinai.edu/working-here/employee-referrals/
Minimum of three (3) years of clinical nursing experience and two (2) years of research experience required
Associate's Degree in Nursing required
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing preferred
Valid California RN license, and current (Basic Life Saving Certificate), required
CCRC/CCRP, highly desired
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