At Doernbecher, our pediatric oncologists and cancer experts treat every type of childhood cancer and blood disorder. We are the only comprehensive pediatric cancer center in the region, offering treatments for:
We recognize that cancer treatment and transplant can create stressful life experiences for children and their families. Doernbecher Children\u2019s Hospital offers childhood cancer support resources to help.
The OHSU Hematology Oncology registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The RN\u2019s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics and meets the standards/expectations of the OHSU Nursing Professional Practice Model. In that model, the RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transfer. Professional accountability enriches the RN\u2019s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork.
The nurse in this position will provide comprehensive care to pediatric hematology/oncology patients in an ambulatory setting, including administration of chemotherapy, blood products and supportive care. The nurse will need to be or become certified to administer chemotherapy through the Association of Pediatric Hematology Oncology Nurses (APHON) curriculum. The RN also will provide infusion therapy for specialty service patients such as gastroenterology and nephrology. In addition, the nurse will be assigned to coordinate care for two to three Hematology Oncology providers\u2019 patient populations.
Schedule : Shift hours can range from 6:30am-7:00pm and follow the ONA contract expectations for Resource Nurse hours which is as follows: Work at least 360 hours each fiscal year and at least 24 hours per four-week work schedule in the nurse\u2019s home unit or as assigned by the nurse\u2019s home unit, provided work is available and the resource nurse is needed. Any such hours worked at the request of the Employer shall count toward meeting the minimum hourly obligation for the month or the year. Shifts worked at the request of the Employer are defined as (1) unfilled shifts to which the resource nurse is assigned prior to the posting of the schedule; or (2) shifts worked at the Employer\u2019s request during the posted work cycle. Hours spent completing mandatory education requirements are not included in these hourly minimums. Nothing in this section shall be interpreted as a guarantee to resource nurses of a minimum number of hours or shifts.
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