The Hepatology service within Gastroenterology is offering an excellent opportunity for two enthusiastic nurses to contribute to join the current Hepatology Research Team to further develop research in this service.
This will include the delivery of a number of clinical research projects requiring expertise (with suitable training provided if needed) in multiple aspects of research, ranging from both outpatient and in patient visits to computer-office-based work including data protection and research study planning and set up.
The role will require enthusiasm, commitment and an ability to be self-motivated. The service offers a friendly and supportive working environment along with personal development opportunities.
Applications are invited from nurses who would like to work in clinical research. You must have a minimum of 2 years post-registration experience in an acute setting, and experience of working at a senior level would be advantageous. IT skills are essential and will be required by the post holder.
Successful applicants will have the ability to work independently, manage their own caseload and effectively communicate in various formats. A degree of flexibility is required for this post as the job may require travel, with occasional unsociable hours.Main duties of the job
The post holder is responsible for the co-ordination of research projects/clinical trials within Hepatology. Key duties and responsibilities are: - identification and recruitment of suitable candidates to participate in studies - management and facilitation of studies, ensuring data is correctly gathered and recorded - co-ordination of the care of patients within the context of the clinical trials - adherence to ICH GCP guidelines - when required, support of junior colleagues in the effective management of patients in clinical trials You will be supervised by the Hepatology Research Leads: Lynsey Corless & George Abouda, line-managed by the Trusts Research, Development & Innovation Matron and Senior Research Nurses, and supported by the other Hepatology Research Staff. A full induction and orientation package will be available to assist successful applicants. Although the post holder's primary focus would be within Hepatology Research, there is an expectation that you are also responsive to the research needs of the organisation and may therefore be required to work in other research areas in the Trust.About usHull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust strongly encourages new starters to have the Covid-19 vaccine. However, it is not a mandatory requirement to work for us.
HUTH has two main sites: Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital with an annual budget of approximately �500 million. The Trust employs around 11,000 staff and serves an extended population of 1.25 million, delivering a number of outpatient services from locations across the area.
The Trust's secondary care service portfolio is comprehensive, covering the major medical and surgical specialties, routine and specialist diagnostic services and other clinical support services. These services are provided primarily to a catchment population of approximately 600,000 in the Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire area.
HUTH provides specialist and tertiary services to a population of 1.25 million extending from Scarborough in North Yorkshire to Grimsby and Scunthorpe in North East and North Lincolnshire respectively.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
For further details with regard to this vacancy opportunity, please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification.Person SpecificationQualificationsEssential Desirable
- Up to Date ICH-GCP Research Training
- 2 Years Post registration experience
- Research Experience
- Gastroenterolgy/Hepatology Experience
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Evidence of good clinical skills including venepuncture, IVs.
- Ability to effectively manage a workload and work autonomously
- Evidence of CPD
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS TrustAddress
Hull Royal Infirmary
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