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Research Nurse - RGN RNLD RMN

I have a superb opportunity for a Research Nurse RNLD RMN RGN to provide services to support research across clinical specialities including mental health and
community-based care across clients North West services with you being based in Manchester.
About the role:
  • To help identify patients eligible for research projects, and recruit patients into clinical
  • trials or studies.
  • Provide information and support for patients involved in research projects.
  • Responsible for ensuring patient’s treatments, assessment, follow-ups and data
  • collection co-ordination and processing according to the appropriate research
  • protocols.
  • The post-holder will be expected to support study set up including assisting with
  • preparation of documents and authorisations on the Integrated Research Application
  • System (IRAS) for obtaining NHS R&D permissions.
  • Taking responsibility for the management, co-ordination and facilitation of concurrent
  • research studies.
  • Taking responsibility to study/patient-based tasks, including document generation
  • and control, project tracking and logistics, data collection, adherence to good clinical
  • practice (GCP) and research governance.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, caring nature, and a detailed familiarity with clinical
  • research is essential.
You will be required to:
  • Identify and communicate with patients suitable for entry into portfolio adopted
  • Research studies according to specific protocols and guidelines.
  • To ensure patients/carers are provided with written information relevant to the
  • Research study and are given the opportunity to discuss the research study or clinical
  • Trial adequately at the outset and during the course of the research or clinical trial
  • Assist study physician in taking consent from patients/participants 
  • Provide information/reports on recruitment to study physician and sponsor’s
  • Monitoring and assessing vital signs, ECGs and spirometry and follow up
  • Observe patients and monitor treatment side effects/toxicity; escalating findings
  • accordingly to the study physician.
  • Ensure safety data is reported to required SOPs and study protocols, and reports sent
  • Record and report any adverse events and serious adverse events according to trial
  • protocol and local procedures.
  • Provide support for assessments and follow-ups.
  • Minimum 2-year experience working as a nurse in NHS or similar organisations
  • Experience in Clinical Research, including experience in the coordination and conduct of research studies
  • Ability to meet the travel requirements of the post (Car user and clean driving licence)
£28,000 - £36,000 working full time, extensive benefits and career progression.