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Park Nicollet Health Services Oncology Research Nurse in St. Louis Park, Minnesota

Oncology Research Nurse Job ID #:54515 Location:Park Place West, St. Louis Park Position Category:Research Department:Research And Education 3050 Employment Type:Full Time Education Required:Associate's Degree Experience Required:3+ years Union Representation:Non-Union (NONE) Work ScheduleM-F Job Code:P2BV Hours/ Pay Period:80 Date Posted:Oct 16, 2020 Position Summary Independently oversees and provides patient care management and education, or conducts research using sound nursing judgment, critical thinking, and clinical knowledge and skills. Serves as a mentor/resource to other research and education staff Provides clinical consultative, educational and research support. Collaborates with primary care and specialty departments within PNHS Interacts with the community and external customers, and disseminates knowledge and expertise to other health professionals including oral presentations and written manuscripts. Education/Experience: BA, BS, AD, in Nursing from an accredited college or university, current RN licensure in the state of Minnesota plus one to three years of experience as an RN, Master's Degree desirable. Special Knowledge/Skills/Certifications/Licenses: * Strong critical thinking, assessment, and problem-solving skills * Understands and applies teaching/learning principles * Works independently, as well as collaboratively, displaying effective communication skills * Supportive of team members * Works in concert with team members and interdisciplinary staff * Strong prioritization, multi-tasking skills and ability to handle large workload. This position requires direct patient contact: Demonstrates knowledge of age related growth and development principles necessary to provide appropriate service and assure safety of patients. This position requires familiarity and compliance with matters of law, regulations and internal policies affecting the employment relationship, (including but not limited to FMLA, ADA, discrimination and harassment laws). Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) preferred for IDC Patient Services position. Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) or other applicable certification preferred for IDC Research position. Additional Information This position will be based at Regions Cancer Center with travel to other local sites as needed. The Metro-Minnesota Community Oncology Research Consortium (MMCORC) is a nonprofit research program sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and participating hospitals and clinics. We are a consortium consisting of 25 community hospitals and oncology clinics with over 160 physician members in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro-area and surrounding communities, extending to the western Wisconsin area. Our programs mission is to bring the advantages of cancer research to the community. MMCORC provides the opportunity for patients and physicians to have access to National Cancer Institute (NCI) and pharmaceutical sponsored clinical trials for all types of adult cancer. This program provides people in our community access to: The newest therapies available for cancer treatment Management of treatment side effects and disease symptoms Studies directed at cancer prevention Molecular-based precision medicine research Cancer care delivery research Please visit our website for more information about our program: This research nurse position will work collaboratively with physicians in identifying and managing patients on NCI and pharmaceutical sponsored clinical trials. This position involves direct patient care and involves a strong patient advocacy role. Additional responsibilities include: Screens potential patients for protocol eligibility. Presents trial concepts and details to patients, participates in informed consent process, and enrolls patients onto clinical trials. Coordinates patient care in compliance with protocol requirements. Distributes

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