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Applications are invited for a Clinical Research Nurse in the Movement Disorders Centre, UCL Institute of Neurology. The post is part of a newly established Movement Disorders Centre (MDC) which supports joint research and clinical service activities for the multi-disciplinary group of movement disorders researchers across UCL, National Hospital for neurology and neurosurgery (NHNN) and The Royal Free Hospital. The aim of the centre is to understand movement disorders and to derive new insights into basic biology, aetiology and clinical care alongside the development of new treatments. The centre includes a core membership of 17 movement disorders clinicians/researchers and an administrative team including a centre coordinator, database manager, and research assistants.
A major aim of the MDC is to establish and provide infrastructure and support to facilitate the engagement and recruitment of movement disorders patients into clinical research studies. The centre supports individual research projects across its affiliated clinical centres (NHNN and Royal Free Hospital), as well as maintaining and operating a registry of patients who are interested in research participation. The research nurse’s key responsibilities will include contributing to the recruitment of patients to the registry and to ongoing research projects, supporting the delivery of clinical research projects and trials (e.g., collecting biosamles, performing clinical and cognitive assessments, completing clinical questionnaires, etc.), entering data into digital databases, reviewing clinical records and extracting relevant clinical information, coordinating collaborative work with members of research teams, care teams and MDC research/admin team, leading and participating in patient and public involvement activities designed to increase patients’ exposure to and engagement with the centre’s research portfolio and replying to patients’ and family members/caregivers’ inquiries (via in-person communication, email and telephone).
The post is available immediately and is funded by the Edmond J. Safra Philanthropic Foundation for 12 months in the first instance, subject to probationary period. Post will be offered subject to satisfactory references.
The successful candidate will be a registered nurse with experience of working, and/or conducting research, in health or social care environment, and have a track record of communicating complex information to patients, family members or carers in a knowledgeable, confident & sensitive manner. Knowledge and experience in administration of clinical assessments or questionnaires and experience working with movement disorders patients are desirable. Excellent interpersonal skills are intrinsic to this role and the postholder will be expected to communicate effectively and compassionately with patients and research participants and to sensitively handle confidential information.
Closing Date: 03 Sept 2018
To apply for the vacancy, please follow the link
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