The Research Nurse for the Cancer Center Clinical Trials Department is responsible for the Protocol Management reviews for active protocols, this in large part includes the determination of patient eligibility for protocol participation by way of chart review, data collection and patient evaluation/assessment identification. In addition the research Nurse is responsible for reporting all adverse drug reactions to the FDA, NCI, Oncology cooperative groups, IRB and sponsoring drug companies. Lastly he/she will conduct patient and staff education on the research process and investigational cancer drugs.
Duties of the Research Nurse for the Cancer Center Clinical Trials Department may include but is not limited to:
Protocol management-reviews all active protocols. Submits Protocols, amendments, notices and terminations to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) for review and approval. Revises protocol consent forms to comply with Federal State and IRB guidelines. Responsible for reporting all adverse drug reactions to the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), National Cancer Institute (NCI), Oncology Cooperative Groups, Institutional Review Board (IRB) or sponsoring drug company. Responsible for NCI and drug company audits. Acts as a resource person between SUNY Oncology Divisions outside community attendings, cooperative groups and drug companies for protocol monitoring and information. Coordinates and conducts on-site audits or affilates. Participates and organizes the initiation of studies with pharmaceutical companies and cooperative groups.
Chart Reviews/Data Collection-Determines patient eligibility for protocol participation by way of review of patients medical records. Responsible for data collection for study analysis. Insures that treatments, evaluations and does modifications are administered per protocol.
Patient Evaluation/Assessment-Identification of protocol candidates is a major function. Attends Tumor Board conferences, participates in hospital rounds and staff meetings, and reviews surgical and pathology reports of cancer patients for protocol candidates.
Reviews present protocol patients on therapy to assure toxicity and response to treatment. Follows and maintains records on protocol patients for the duration of the study.
Patient/Staff Education- Educates patients and families, as well as oncology staff on the research process and investigational cancer drugs.
Required: Degree in Nursing from an accredited school. NYS RN License with at least 3 years of nursing in a clinical setting. Minimum one year oncology and/or research experience.
Preferred: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. Oncology and chemotherapy experience, computer literacy, research experience coordinating clinical trials and IRB research training.
Special Note: Stony Brook Medicine is a smoke free environment. Smoking is strictly prohibited anywhere on campus, including parking lots and outdoor areas on the premises.
Human Resources will begin the review of applications on 11/28/18 and continue until the position is filled.
All Hospital positions are subject to changes in pass days and shifts as necessary. This position may require the wearing of respiratory protection, which may prohibit the wearing of facial hair.
The selected candidate must successfully clear a background investigation. Prior to start date, the selected candidate must meet the following requirements: Successfully complete pre-employment physical examination and obtain medical clearance from Stony Brook Medicine's Employee Health Services (The hiring department will be responsible for any fee incurred for examination), submit (3) written references, and provide a copy of any required New York State license(s)/certificate(s). Please be advised that failure to comply with any of the above requirements could result in a delayed start date and/or revocation of the employment offer.
The best ideas in medicine start with the best people. At Stony Brook Medicine, our highest calling is to put the power of ideas to work in our patients' lives. Stony Brook Medicine integrates and elevates all of our health-related initiatives: education, research and patient care. Stony Brook Medicine is Long Island's premier academic medical center. With 603 beds, we serve as the region's only tertiary care center and Level 1 Trauma Center, and are home to the Stony Brook Heart Institute, Stony Brook Cancer Center, Stony Brook Children's Hospital, Stony Brook Neurosciences Institute, and Stony Brook Digestive Disorders Institute. We also encompass Suffolk County's only Level 4 Regional Perinatal Center, state-designated AIDS Center, state-designated Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program, state-designated Burn Center, the Christopher Pendergast ALS Center of Excellence, and Kidney Transplant Center. It is home of the nation's first Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Center.
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