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Haematology
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NHS AfC: Band 4
Contract
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Llawn-amser - 37.5 awr yr wythnos
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164-3113721
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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
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Nottingham
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£21,892 - £24,157
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24/06/2021 23:59

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Haematology Research Practitioner

NHS AfC: Band 4

Trosolwg o'r swydd

The Clinical Haematology Department at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust is a renowned centre for the treatment and management of Haematological Malignancies.

Are you looking for a new challenge within a forward thinking, dynamic area? This post is an opportunity to work within the Clinical Haematology Research Team as part of  Nottingham Cancer Clinical Trials Team (NCCTT) as a clinical research practitioner. The role of the research practitioner is varied and includes managing and recruiting patients to non drug clinical trials, learning and developing clinical patient skills as well as research administration. You will be provided with trained in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and work in line with these principles. Previous experience of a clinical area would be advantageous but training and support will be provided.

You will also provide direct support to nursing and medical staff.

 

 

 

 

It would be beneficial to have experience of working in a clinical environment

 

 

 

Prif ddyletswyddau'r swydd

To function as a member of the NCCTT to provide dedicated clinical trials support to the research team.

Optimise recruitment to trials 

To support and coordinate the collection, processing ,storage and shipment of clinical samples.

Liaise with clinical teams to organise and ensure that trial specific investigations are completed.

 

Gweithio i'n sefydliad

The Haematology research team prides itself on delivering high quality clinical research across the Haematology setting. The research team works closely with multidisciplinary teams and works in an embedded way with frontline clinical staff. Team members have the opportunity to take ownership of their own portfolio of clinical trials whilst being supported by senior members of the team who have extensive research and clinical experience. This allows staff to work in a supported yet autonomous way. We are committed to staff development both as a team and on an individual basis. Research is seen as a core element of our Trust activity. Our organisation is known nationally as a forward thinking and innovative organisation in terms of clinical research delivery.

NUH itself is the first and only hospital in the UK to achieve concurrent Magnet and Pathway to Excellence accreditation.

 

Swydd ddisgrifiad a phrif gyfrifoldebau manwl

To support and coordinate the collection, processing ,storage and shipment of clinical samples.

Optimising recruitment to trials via attendance at, and support in, clinics and Research meeting by screening medical notes.

To assist in recording any vital signs, treatment information, adverse events, results of investigations and response to treatment.

Liaise with clinical teams to organise and ensure that trial specific investigations are undertaken as and when required, obtain the results, ensure eligibility.

Liaise with medical staff to record, organise and ensure the timely administration of treatment and necessary follow up investigations and visits.

Aware of and is responsive to factors contributing to decision making during the consent process.

Maintain effective communication for all areas of the trials process.

To review and process amendments to trials and ensure the necessary approvals are in place prior to implementation.

Forward trial data in a timely manner to the trial coordinating centre 

 

Manyleb y person

Experience

Meini prawf hanfodol
  • Knowledge of clinical trials
  • Experience of working in a NHS setting
  • Previous recent research / data collection / data input / clinical audit experience
  • Hospital systems experience (PAS/Notis/DHR)
  • Practical experience and competent in Microsoft Office
Meini prawf dymunol
  • Experience working in a laboratory setting
  • Cannulation / Phlebotomy skills
  • Other clinical procedures, such as ECG and basic observations (e.g. BP and pulse)
  • Knowledge of ICH-GCP, Research Governance
  • Experience of working within Clinical Trials
  • Invoicing experience

Analytical and Judgement skills

Meini prawf hanfodol
  • Ability to interpret clinical/non clinical data and events in order determine the appropriate course of action.
  • Able to identify patients for clinical trial participation, ensure patients are eligible, obtain written informed consent and randomise patients
Meini prawf dymunol
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of current issues related to the NHS

Training & Qualifications

Meini prawf hanfodol
  • Educated to Diploma level or equivalent level of experience
  • Required to participate in CPD
Meini prawf dymunol
  • ECDL
  • Administrative qualifications
  • An understanding of the Oncology Pathway

Communication and relationship skills

Meini prawf hanfodol
  • Demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills at a variety of levels
  • Able to communicate effectively at all levels and carry out instructions.
  • Able to display empathy, tact, reassurance and diplomacy
Meini prawf dymunol
  • Experience of communicating and providing emotional support to patients.
  • Able to work effectively with other departments

Planning and organisation skills

Meini prawf hanfodol
  • Demonstrate an ability to prioritise own workload and recognise, prioritise and respond appropriately to deadlines, urgent and emergency situations
Meini prawf dymunol
  • Previous experience in a role where they have managed their own diary

Physical skills

Meini prawf hanfodol
  • Capable of using equipment within a work environment under supervision
  • Manual dexterity required to perform tasks
Meini prawf dymunol
  • Evidence of moving and handling training
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Mae'r swydd hon yn ddarostyngedig i Orchymyn Deddf Adsefydlu Troseddwyr 1974 (Eithriadau) 1975 (Diwygio) (Cymru a Lloegr) 2020 a bydd angen cyflwyno Datgeliad i'r Gwasanaeth Datgelu a Gwahardd.

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Richard Stanley
Teitl y swydd
Haematology Research Team Leader
Cyfeiriad ebost
richard.stanley@nuh.nhs.uk
Rhif ffôn
01159691169