Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking a Research Nurse Clinician (Electrophysiology) for the Department of Medicine within the New Jersey Medical School (NJMS). Under direction of the Director of the Electrophysiology Program, the Research Nurse Clinician will serve as the key person for the research projects in the Electrophysiology (EP) Lab. The Research Nurse Clinician will ensure the integrity and quality of clinical trials are maintained and conducted in accordance w/ federal, state, and local regulations, Institutional Review Board (IRB) approvals, and Rutgers-NJMS policies and procedures.
Among the key duties of this position are the following:
Provides nursing care to research study patients.
Ensures compliance with each study’s protocol by providing thorough review and documentation at each subject study visit.
Participates in recruitment and selection of study participants by interviewing and documenting medical history to determine compliance with eligibility requirements.
Performs medical tests, including, but not limited to, vital signs, imaging studies, and electrocardiograms.
Administers investigatory medications and performs patient assessments during clinic visits to determine presence of side effects; notifies PI of findings and/or issues.
Graduate of an accredited program in nursing.
Bachelor of Nursing or other Science degree.
Two (2) years of recent clinical nursing experience in a hospital, clinic or similar health care setting.
Valid RN license from the State of New Jersey.
CPR certification required.
Nursing competency skills per scope of a cardiology/electrophysiology practice (i.e., including, but not limited to, performing vital signs, nursing assessments, performing ECG/EKG, administering injections, etc.).
Certified Research Associate or Certified Research Professional, or other research certification.
At least one (1) year clinical trials research experience.
Internal Number: 21ST1163
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