New drugs and treatments are currently being tested that are bringing about real change to haematology patients, helping to improve quality and prolonging life in many. Why not find out more by joining our team of research nurses and clinical trial practitioners testing new treatments? After comprehensive training, you will be managing a portfolio of phase 2&3 trials. You will be central to patient appointments, explaining the trials, collecting data, providing direct care including administration of new SACT therapies, and being a key support for the patients and their families. You will be working mainly Monday through Friday, no late shifts, and no night duties.
We are seeking registered nurses and will consider applicants from a variety of backgrounds and clinical settings who could bring their experiences and skills to our teams. Successful candidates will be interested in clinical research, committed to delivering a high standard of care, and enjoy the challenge of working in a dynamic clinical environment. We are looking for highly motivated individuals with excellent communication, organisational and time management skills. Experience within oncology and haematology would be an advantage but not essential as training will be given.As a department we are committed to supporting the ongoing development of our staff.
We will be delighted to show you around, and to answer any questions you may have regarding this exciting opportunity.
We look forward to reading your application!
Closing date 8-Aug-21
For further details / informal visits contact:
Raisa Tayag, Senior Research Nurse, Raisa.Tayag@ouh.nhs.uk
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