Research Nurse II – Detect CI Study (Health Services Research Division)

Research Nurse II - Detect CI Study (Health Services Research Division)

Research Nurse II – Detect CI Study (Health Services Research Division)

Research Nurse II – Detect CI Study (Health Services Research Division)

Primary Location Pasadena, California
Job Number 1134457
Date posted 12/14/2022

Job Summary:
The second Research Nurse will be in charge of organizing research studies and departmental research participation. Additional responsibilities for Study Nurse II include overseeing the research team's quality control for patient safety and protocol adherence. The Research Nurse II will be responsible for ensuring that all departmental research protects patients' welfare and complies with ICH Good Clinical Practice Guidelines for Research. The multidisciplinary team helps to facilitate the creation of high-quality research. Research Nurse II will play a key role in carrying out team goals to improve the performance and growth of the research nurses.

Significant Duties:

duties and obligations in the following areas:

planning clinical research. coordinating with other medical professionals to maintain study protocols and patient care.

Coordinates, delivers, and oversees care for research participants during their participation in conjunction with physician investigators.

assists medical investigators with patient screening and eligibility identification.

granted power to carry out an informed consent process.

documentation of all research activities, including informed consent, that is timely, accurate, and thorough.

engages in quality assurance activities to guarantee that research activities are compliant

to protect patient interests by communicating with the appropriate staff to guarantee adherence to ICH GCP Guidelines.

to guarantee that before beginning, the Institutional Review Committee (IRB) reviews all proposed research initiatives carried out in the department and that any updates or modifications are promptly notified.

ICH and GCP, project creation, implementation, completion, and dissemination advice and support to other interdisciplinary team members.

to monitor and appraise the state of the unit's ongoing clinical trials and research.

keeping up-to-date with the department on the progress of the projects and keeping an accurate record of their status.

Maintain communication with sponsors regarding the viability and execution of planned research initiatives.

coordinating with the interdisciplinary team to ensure proper patient referral and recruitment for research within the

unit over which the position holder has been given specific authority.

To guarantee clear, accurate records, developing data collecting, case report forms, and database architecture where necessary, make sure all ICH GCP needed paperwork is kept in a system that can be easily tracked and is stored for the proper time.

to build and maintain effective working relationships with clinical support services.

to create and maintain effective channels of communication with sponsors, non-profit organizations, other departments within the medical center, and other medical centers.

Ensures that the department has enough resources by keeping track of and planning in advance the workload in coordination with, or in the absence of, the Manager.

A plan for doing research inside the department is developed and updated in collaboration with the lead clinician and/or manager.

Professional and Clinical Responsibilities:

To continuously counsel patients and members on taking part in clinical research in order to facilitate effective informed consent

to support the clinicians in determining if patients or volunteers are eligible for study and in keeping track of their health throughout participation.

Utilizing the KPSC information system and applications, record patient/study outcomes. regularly updates the study team on patient/protocol results.

will always uphold the privacy of patient information in compliance with the Data Protection Act.

to participate in the diverse team's work and support the department's ongoing research development.

to operate within the bounds of ethical nursing practice.

Developing and maintaining one's knowledge, clinical abilities, and professional awareness in compliance with KP standards is the responsibility of the individual.

As part of equal opportunity policies, patients' sexual orientation, age, traditions, values, and spiritual views must be taken into consideration.

must abide by KPSC policies, rules, and laws, including the no-smoking, equal opportunity, and health and safety policies.

Personal development, education, and training:

to ensure timely, efficient implementation of changes by staying current with departmental, FDA, ICH, and state regulation advancements for the management of clinical research.

to stay up to date with recent and upcoming research as well as information pertinent to the clinical area's patient care.

to attend meetings and conferences as necessary, as well as courses as considered suitable.

Prepare research findings for presentations as posters or scientific papers at conferences and meetings as necessary.

Staff development and management:

to serve as a resource, a leader, and an example.

The supervision, guidance, and instruction of other research nurses and junior staff members, including Research Associates, may fall under this responsibility.

may offer criticism and evaluation when appropriate.

    • Travel:


    • The position may require travel; onsite and/or remote patient care coverage across treatment locations may be required.


Basic Qualifications:
  • Minimum two (2) years of RN experience in a related clinical specialty (e.g. Oncology, Geriatrics) OR five (5) years of experience as a clinical research RN.
  • High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) is required.
  • Associate degree or diploma in nursing from an accredited program/institution.
License, Certification, Registration
  • Registered Nurse License (California)
Additional Requirements:
  • Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Both related specialty clinical nursing experience and clinical research experience are preferred.
  • Bachelor's degree in nursing or a directly related field is strongly preferred.
  • CCRC or CCRP certification.

Primary Location: California, Pasadena,S. Los Robles Administration

Scheduled Weekly Hours: 20

Shift: Day

Workdays: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

Working Hours Start: 12:01 AM

Working Hours End: 11:59 PM

Job Schedule: Part-time

Job Type: Standard

Employee Status: Regular

Employee Group/Union Affiliation: NUE-SCAL-02|NUE|Non Union Employee

Job Level: Individual Contributor

Department: Regional Offices – Pasadena – Research Support Unit-Dept – 0806

Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time


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