The NCRC is currently recruiting a Research Nurse
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Clinical research is essential to provide an evidence base for improved medicines and treatment of sick children. The Children\’s Clinical Research Unit (CCRU) was established in 2010 by the NCRC to provide infrastructure to support clinical teams in the conduct of clinical research at OLCHC and other paediatric centres. The CCRU is made up of a team of research staff with the specialist expertise required to conduct clinical trials in children and young adults.
As part of ongoing capacity building and strengthening of our paediatric research infrastructure, we are now inviting applications to a new role of a Research Nurse to provide support to the Haemostasis & Thrombosis Research Team at OLCHC.
Dynamic, flexible nurses with a strong clinical skill set and an interest in research are invited to apply. Applications from entry level candidates to advanced practitioners will be considered. Training will be provided as required for development within the role.
Title: Research Nurse
Location: Haemostasis & Thrombosis Dept., Children\’s Clinical Research Unit, National Children\’s Research Centre, Our Lady\’s Children\’s Hospital Crumlin
Duration: Full-time one year fixed term
Hours: 35 hours per week
The Paediatric Clinical Research Nurse has a key role in the Children\’s Clinical Research Unit (CCRU), working closely with the Haemostasis & Thrombosis Research Team to provide research nursing support in the day-to-day conduct of clinical trials and research studies.