Top Clinical Research Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Clinical Research Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Clinical Research Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.0% of Clinical Research Nurse resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Clinical Research Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Clinical Research Nurse resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with hospital departments and physicians to deliver excellent patient care to a diverse population of critically ill patients.
  • Provided direct patient care utilizing a team approach for inpatients and outpatients requiring simple procedures on a Medical/Surgical Unit.
  • Assessed, implemented and evaluated patient care to various post-surgical gynecological patients and provided discharge planning and care.
  • Developed, implemented and managed a computerized patient medicine-teaching tool for nursing staff and patient care coordinators.
  • Prioritized and assisted patient care activities based on accurate patient observation and unit/clinic activities.
  • Implement Neurology nurse programs and administered therapeutic interventions to provide quality patient care.
  • Provided high quality patient care to critically ill burn victims throughout their rehabilitation.
  • Worked collaboratively with surgeons, cardiologists and internists to achieve optimum patient care.
  • Develop educational and organization tools to improve chart organization and patient care.
  • Provided patient care in a multidisciplinary medical/surgical 16-bed intensive care unit.
  • Provided quality patient care on a 13-bed inpatient adolescent medical-surgical unit.
  • Established patient care priorities using multidisciplinary, collaborative quality approach.
  • Ensured cohesive patient care by coordinating with ancillary medical personnel.
  • Participated in patient care including triage and in-office surgical procedures.
  • Collaborated with providers on patient care to include administering injections.
  • Communicated and collaborated with providers related to patient care.
  • Directed patient care responsibilities on an intermediate care unit.
  • Participate in the multidisciplinary patient care services team.
  • Contributed toward an efficiently functioning patient care area.
  • Collaborate in the interdisciplinary approach to patient care.

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2. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Serve as Charge Nurse/Patient Care Coordinator facilitating admissions, discharges, patient education and perform medical rounds with multidisciplinary teams.
  • Worked as a clinical nurse/charge nurse on a multifaceted 32-bed Medical/Surgical/Pediatric unit in an 81 bed Army Community Hospital.
  • Performed charge nurse duties for organization-wide 2015-2016 influenza immunization campaign.
  • Fulfilled administrative responsibilities as Charge Nurse of assigned units.
  • Rotated charge nurse and bed management responsibilities.
  • Charge nurse responsibilities when staffing deemed necessary.
  • Charge Nurse for 26-bed Gynecology/Oncology unit.
  • Function as charge nurse for majority of shifts and as preceptor to new grads as well as new nurses to oncology.
  • Performed both charge and relief charge nurse responsibilities in all above nursing areas, including the supervision and management of employees.
  • Head to toe assessments; knowledge of normal vs. abnormal findings and reporting of abnormal findings to charge nurse or MD.
  • Played a key role as the Charge Nurse for the unit as well as preceptor for newly employees and students.
  • Served as Chemotherapy Preceptor and Charge Nurse on a seventeen bed unit, as well as Pediatric Cluster Group Representative.
  • Functioned as charge nurse, managed unit staffing and bed flow, acted as a resource for staff nurses.
  • Charge nurse, preceptor for new staff, chairman of unit based workload committee, and code team member.
  • Charge Nurse caring for individuals suffering from development disabilities, substance abuse, Depression and other mental health conditions.
  • Provided direct patient care and functioned as charge nurse and preceptor on a 20 bed acute care rehabilitation unit.
  • Do daily staffing reconciliation and do shift report to the incoming charge nurse regarding the specifics of the unit.
  • Performed charge nurse duties that included patient flow, supervision of nursing staff and maintenance of hospital policy.
  • Charge nurse responsibilities for daily staffing, assignments, delegation as appropriate, bed flow and patient accountability.
  • Tube feeding, central lines, code team leader, and acted as charge nurse on night shift.

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3. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Work collaboratively with Chief of Gynecology services and physician team to identify GYN procedures within scope of practice for Gynecology clinic.
  • Performed therapeutic nursing interventions, such as stabilizing patients, providing basic life support, administering medications and initiating corrective actions.
  • Work collaboratively with multidisciplinary team members to deliver safe, effective, timely, and quality patient and family oriented care.
  • Work collaboratively with education team in the development and validation of core nursing competencies and orientation plan for clinical nurses.
  • Conduct individual medical management session with each participant to ensure physical and emotional wellness and adherence to study medication.
  • Monitor patients' conditions and collaborate effectively with physicians and other health care professionals in managing patient treatments.
  • Directed and guided patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of professional nursing.
  • Develop a plan of care, demonstrating the ability to effectively prioritize both expected and unanticipated needs.
  • Skilled in group and individual therapy and in development of plans of care utilizing multidisciplinary approach.
  • Identified patient/family health care options and encouraged active participation with decision making in their care.
  • Administered IV study medications including chemotherapy and observed for side effects and recorded accordingly.
  • Provide thorough documentation of nursing interventions and resulting outcomes; delivering care as needed.
  • Delivered advanced, collaborative, and personalized nursing care to critically ill surgical patients.
  • Assist individuals with disability and/or chronic illness to attain and maintain maximum function.
  • Coordinated educational opportunities on Native American birth practice and culturally competent care.
  • Performed physical assessment, administered medications/ IV fluids and monitored recovery progress.
  • Researched and administered area specific required immunizations to deploying Soldiers and civilians.
  • Functioned as unit representative for implementation of new electronic medical record system.
  • Exceeded quality goals by maintaining monthly audits at outstanding to above-effective performance.
  • Analyze effectiveness of disease management program by reviewing appropriate data quarterly.

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4. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Provided triage for acute care situation, direct nursing care medication and immunization administration to minors.
  • Performed patient triage, assisting with medical/emergency interventions and crisis management protocols.
  • Involved in a process improvement plan developing Emergency Department Triage Protocols.
  • Developed an advanced triage program with physician collaboration.
  • Managed and participated in triage/assessments of patients.
  • Performed triage and telephone advice independently.
  • Participated in triage re-engineering committee.
  • Performed duties as required in clinical office setting, including telephone and office triage and assisted with office procedures, i.e.
  • Assigned duties included X-ray and laboratory technician, triage of patient calls and questions, patient education, and charge nurse.
  • Coordinated with Medical Director and Site Manager all duties pertaining to scheduling, triage, and the regulation of patient flow.
  • Called patients with lab results, triage, discussed patient's phone calls with MD, sterilized equipment, ordered supplies.
  • Managed and specialized in all aspects of labor and delivery including high risk obstetrical patients, surgical procedures, and triage.
  • Provide focal assessments; update all immunizations per clinical reminders, smoking cessation and triage according to Veteran needs.
  • Charge nurse and triage nurse on a busy labor and delivery unit (approximately 600-700 deliveries per month).
  • Streamlined ER triage procedures to reduce patient wait times by beginning patient procedures at triage with standing orders.
  • Preformed patient triage, conferred with MD on phone, took orders, treated patients & administered medications.
  • Initiate triage process to elicit relevant details and conduct thorough nursing assessments of callers' presenting symptoms.
  • Floated between medical and psychiatric units and also floated to in-patient, Psych Emergency and triage units.
  • Respond, triage, and treat medical emergencies for over 500 long term care and independent residents.
  • Provided patient services including direct care, teaching, triage, as well as Physician support services.

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5. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Initialized treatment plan to include one-on-one interviews, medical/psychological history, discussion regarding concerns, problems and goals.
  • Coordinate patient and physician conferences to facilitate learning and educational resources to nursing staff and the oncology population.
  • Recognized for prompt response and quick stabilization of life threatening complication of newborn facilitating a positive outcome.
  • Created and implemented process strategies with internal physicians across 8 disease states to increase patient recruitment/referrals.
  • Performed leadership functions of governance and decision-making within organizations employing nurses and ancillary staff.
  • Perform internal Quality Control reviews on processes and activities while developing recommendations for improvement.
  • Demonstrated excellent communication and customer service skills to effectively address patient and family concerns.
  • Collaborated with Principal Investigator and nursing staff to discuss patient/family issues and concerns.
  • Determine potential for impact and recommend alternative care and cost management solutions.
  • Administer medications as scheduled and PRN with timely follow-ups as indicated.
  • Participated on various leadership committee meetings and attended unit governance meetings.
  • Worked all acute care areas including Labor and Delivery/Maternal Newborn.
  • Published journal articles with principal investigator and co-principal investigator.
  • Conduct patient, and family education concerning clinical study.
  • Participated with Scheduling Committee to provide adequate staffing patterns.
  • Acknowledge and report safety concerns using electronic reporting system.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of newborn to adolescent patients.
  • Communicated information to the physician about patient concerns/needs.
  • Provide infant and maternal stabilization for transport.
  • Served a unit shared governance representative.

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6. Surgery

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Here's how Surgery is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Administered pain medication through intravenous, oral or subcutaneous injection to recovering patients in the immediate post-operative period of surgery.
  • Improved productivity of Surgery Department staff by instituting a time study in collaboration with chief of General Surgery.
  • Assigned as operating room nurse, assisting surgeons and anesthesiologist, reviews necessary documents of patients before surgery.
  • Tend to the physical and emotional needs of patients recovering from critical injury or extensive orthopedic surgery.
  • Scheduled procedures, provided patient education related to medication, surgery, procedures and appointments.
  • Prepare and apply dressings and/or bandages and assist with additional application needs following surgery.
  • Coordinated all clinical aspects of ambulatory surgery center, specializing in spine and orthopedics.
  • Registered Nursing on a renal transplantation, urology, and plastic/reconstruction surgery unit.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery providing postpartum care and education.
  • Performed in-office procedures and treatments and assisted physicians with in-office surgery.
  • Provided nursing care for ambulatory patients in the Department of Neurosurgery.
  • Coordinated all aspects of research protocols for the cardiovascular surgery department.
  • Scheduled eye surgery for numerous physicians within five different sub-specialties.
  • Moderate sedation during surgery related to device implantation and research.
  • Assisted in justification documentation for intrauterine surgery with insurance companies.
  • Provide individualized and comprehensive nursing care to patients undergoing surgery.
  • Performed preoperative and postoperative care for general and neurosurgery patients.
  • Prepare patients including cleaning and disinfecting body areas for surgery.
  • Perform outpatient dental nursing care and inpatient hospital surgery assistance
  • Interviewed and prepared patients for procedure/surgery, Post-op care/teaching.

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7. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Greet Patient and do patient vital signs-Order Laboratory work per physician-Administer injections per physician-Assist physician with minor procedures-Prepare patient charts
  • Observed patients, recorded vital signs, administered medication, and collaborated on treatment plan development / implementation.
  • Monitored vital signs of mother and fetal heart rate during epidural procedure and administration of medications.
  • Preformed patient work-up including vital signs, patient intake and preparation for examination.
  • Provide general nursing assessment including vital signs and document for physician evaluation.
  • Published article in Vital Signs Magazine
  • Monitored vital signs and administered medications
  • Obtained and recorded residents vital signs
  • Recorded patients' vital signs, such as height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration.
  • Completed vital signs, blood glucose testing, insulin injections, dressing change, tracheotomy care, enemas, and suppositories.
  • Dispensed medications, IV therapy, monitored vital signs and all aspects of patient behavior, provided patient and family education.
  • Roomed patients after assessing and performing intake tasks such as recording patient history and symptom reports and taking patient vital signs.
  • Perform clinical procedures including blood draws, vital signs, drug administration, and specimen collection as outlined in the protocols.
  • Provided care for patient in a clinical office setting with two providers; obtained vital signs with triage and assessment.
  • Developed Standards of Practice regarding Vital Signs in the Treatment Room, which changed the procedure for obtaining vital signs.
  • Perform patient intake, vital signs, medical history, chart review and prepared the patient for physician's examination.
  • Served as a recovery nurse to monitor vital signs during and after the procedure until the condition is stable.
  • Staffed local wellness fairs including checking vital signs, health coaching, and providing the flu vaccine as needed.
  • Monitored vital signs, blood work, blood glucose, weight and interaction of drugs prescribed to the patients.
  • Complete nursing assessment, vital signs, address concerns of the patient and refer to physician/ midwife when appropriate.

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8. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Trained, educated and prepared 100+ medics to deliver critical health care in austere environment during contingency operations.
  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary health care team, to implement high quality, evidenced-based practice interventions.
  • Collected data according to research protocols and incorporated findings from health care research into clinical applications.
  • Participated in protocol information dissemination to health care professionals, patients and their family members.
  • Reported study results to physicians and health care support team members utilizing electronic/written case reports.
  • Communicated effectively with all members of the interdisciplinary health care team managing patient care.
  • Assessed, formulated, implemented and documented patient/family education regarding their health care treatment.
  • Provide timely and proficient reporting of patient interactions and health care provider interactions.
  • Provide direct care to patients, collaborating with multidisciplinary health care providers.
  • Provide nursing expertise to community-based health care personnel related to study participation.
  • Collaborate with an interdisciplinary team of medical and health care professionals.
  • Communicated fundamental patient/family information to health care team.
  • Implemented physician's orders for patient care, x-rays, wound care and referrals to hospitals or other health care providers.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to customer service and an ability to meet the needs and expectations of patients and health care colleagues.
  • Worked as part of an interdisciplinary health care team to provide high quality patient-centered care to the adult medical surgical patient.
  • Use effective oral and written communication skills in interacting with patients, families, and members of the health care team.
  • Participate in assessment activities to determine individual requirements of the patients and overall program needs for the health care facility.
  • Coordinate patient care base on priorities including teaching, rounding, referrals and directing to appropriate health care team member.
  • Treated patients with chronic or acute health care issues such as, MI, arrhythmia, COPD, and pneumonia.
  • Work with health care team and attend all case management meetings, and with the therapy department regarding therapy progress.

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9. Oncology

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Here's how Oncology is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Provide skilled nursing care for patients spanning the pediatric medical spectrum including hematology, immunology, oncology, neurology and endocrinology.
  • Provided intravenous infusion therapy in an oncology/hematology practice, serving patients with solid and non-solid malignancies or non-neoplastic chronic illness.
  • Registered nurse specializing in endocrinology and thoracic oncology nursing within an ambulatory setting for a leading cancer center.
  • Worked inpatient Hematology/ Oncology stem cell transplant unit as Clinical Research Nurse implementing variety of NHLBI transplant protocols.
  • Expanded program to include Pediatric GI, Hematology/Oncology with joint venture pharmacy infusion company Clinical Home Care.
  • Coordinate care between providers, mainly with surgical oncology, radiation oncology, and general practitioners.
  • Partnered with the physicians in Pediatric Oncology Department which insured registered nurses maintained current chemotherapy certification.
  • Cared for oncology patients participating in clinical trials of new chemotherapy and biologic therapy agents.
  • Coordinated and managed over 20 active gastrointestinal and genitourinary oncology protocols at one time.
  • Directed and implemented clinical research trials focused on oncology and encompassing varied disease sites.
  • Provided nursing care for women diagnosed with gynecological cancers in a surgical oncology clinic.
  • Performed medical-surgical nursing functions as necessary for medical, surgical, and oncology patients.
  • Trained in administering hematology and oncology intravenous infusion therapy; basic Arrhythmia recognition skills.
  • Provided direct patient care to a diverse population on surgical oncology and specialty units.
  • Co-authored documentation system for clinic chosen for presentation at Oncology Nursing Society National Conference.
  • Provided nursing care for adult patients on a medical/surgical and an orthopedic/oncology unit.
  • Coordinated patient care in a complex environment related to experimental treatments in oncology.
  • Provided nursing care for adult patients on a 24 bed medical/surgical/oncology unit.
  • Performed critical assessment, documentation and interdisciplinary communication on 28-bed oncology unit.
  • Coordinated oncology clinical trials for patients who wished to participate in research.

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10. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Ensured staff adherence to safety guidelines fostering a safe environment for all patients, families and medication administration.
  • Accomplished key tasks including vaccinations, prescription refills, medication administration, and telephone/ walk-in triage assessments.
  • Filled out appropriate insurance information, and administered immunizations using the 6 rights of medication administration.
  • Total care of patients following spinal cord injury including complete neurological assessment, medication administration.
  • Supervised five staff members to include, medication administration, report and overall supervision.
  • Experienced in pain management, medication administration, documentation, delegation and teamwork.
  • Completed admission orders by providing medication administration, IV therapy and surgery preparations.
  • Ordered and completed appropriate tests and medication administration per policy or provider request.
  • Performed medication administration including reconciling patient medications and assisted with specimen collection.
  • Developed and completed original research study on nursing interruptions during medication administration.
  • Direct patient care and safety monitoring during medication administration and treatment infusions.
  • Educated patient in proper medication administration and self care.
  • Provided quality nursing care including medication administration and monitoring.
  • Assess patients, medication administration, monitor patient acuity.
  • Performed emergency medication administration and observed patient response.
  • Managed medication administration through oral and intramuscular routes.
  • Assist with self medication administration and documentation.
  • Provide instructions for medication administration.
  • Conducted ophthalmic assessments, vision testing, medication administration both IM, IV, topical, and PO including IV insertion.
  • Assisted with procedures as well as performing immunizations, medication administration, wound care, allergy injections and other clinic duties.

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11. Trauma

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Here's how Trauma is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Managed care for critically ill medical/surgical/trauma/neurological patients.
  • Provided complete nursing care for patient populations undergoing procedures related to abdominal surgery, multiple trauma, oncology, and peritoneal dialysis
  • Provided excellent post-surgical care for kidney/pancreas transplants, vascular surgery, gastric bypass, and trauma/plastics/orthopedic repairs.
  • Referred families for psychological and trauma counseling after a comprehensive evaluation of mental health needs.
  • Cared for Active Duty, Retiree's and civilian emergency patients with various life-threatening diseases/illness/trauma.
  • Administered professional, holistic nursing care for surgical/medical and trauma patients and their families.
  • Provided culturally competent care in a diverse level one trauma center and emergency department.
  • Assessed, monitored and provided care to medical/surgical patients after surgical procedure and trauma.
  • Instituted appropriate resuscitation measures as indicated in a designated Level I trauma center.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze critical situations and communicated information quickly to trauma teams.
  • Conducted skilled individual nursing assessments and interventions for patients with traumatic injuries.
  • Initiated diagnostic and therapeutic orders prescribed by surgical and trauma specialties.
  • Provided in-service training on Thoracic and Trauma related content.
  • Co-coordinated Outpatient Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group.
  • Perform assessments on trauma/surgical patients.
  • Provided care to a diverse population of patients: local nationals, enemy combatants and coalition forces suffering from traumatic injuries.
  • Exposed to taking care of patients admitted for various reasons; vascular, gastrointestinal, and trauma; surgical and non-surgical.
  • Served as a clinical nurse on a 10 bed Medical Intensive Care Unit in a 224-bed level 1 Regional Trauma Center.
  • Transplant patients, cardiac post-op, LVAD, Total artificial heart, complex IV, renal failure/dialysis, trauma, respiratory/NIMS/ventilator patients
  • Provided emotional support and comfort to patients and families coping with traumatic diagnoses, treatments, and end of life issues.

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12. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Demonstrated clinical leadership and problem solving in a variety of patient care situations including in times of emergent circumstances/medical ICU transfers.
  • Guided patient to anticipate difficulties regarding medication adherence upon release into the community including substance use, sobriety and rehabilitation.
  • Developed, implemented and evaluated core curriculum for nursing staff and interns/residents/fellows in the area of Perinatal Loss.
  • Specialized in working closely with special needs patients and facilitating relationships with owners/clients during difficult times.
  • Developed protocols, policies, curriculum and databases as needed to evaluate program and medication safety.
  • Participated in the joint commission certification of ventricular assist devices.
  • Developed Diabetes Education curriculum for individual and group classes.
  • Appraised and meticulously documented every patient encounter.
  • Worked for 1 year with responsibility of planning, implementing, delivering, and evaluating clinical components of inpatient ICU studies.
  • Served as adjunct Critical Care Educator and developed a training curriculum for nurses wishing to specialize in the critical care arenas.
  • Ensured and improved compliance in documentation, nursing interventions and adherence to existing standards as Quality Assurance Coordinator in the ICU.
  • Provided primary nursing care to inpatients as well as out patients on the Burn Unit in our ICU or convalescing setting.
  • Practiced primary nursing in 8-bed Medical Intensive Care Unit, treating pediatric to adult patients from international and multicultural settings.
  • Provide care to post-surgical to thoracic, pulmonary hypertension and heart failure patients with new and existing left ventricular devices.
  • Care of critically ill infants, children and adolescents in the Pediatric ICU, Newborn ICU and Special Care Unit.
  • Performed patient teaching, treatments, and health screenings to individuals; particularly to high-risk populations within the local community.
  • Designed, Coordinated and written the curriculum for the Labor and Delivery Component of The New Parent's Workshop.
  • Cared for patients requiring specialized equipment such as CAVH/D, IABP, ventricular assist devices and total artificial heart.
  • Provide holistic nursing care to patients and families with diverse multicultural backgrounds who require substantial specialized judgment and skill.
  • Restructured, implemented, and facilitated the Critical Care Class and orientation process for nurses entering the ICU/IMC units.

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13. Telemetry

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Here's how Telemetry is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Registered Nurse at a primary teaching hospital on the orthopedic and medical/surgical unit consisting of 26 beds with telemetry monitoring capability.
  • Rendered professional nursing care to all telemetry patients including critical medical/surgical patients and chronic ventilator patients.
  • Provide primary care nursing on medical/surgical units, including telemetry, hematology/oncology, and renal
  • Performed nursing functions in numerous hospital departments including Surgery/Recovery, Telemetry, Float pool.
  • Provided care to patients with acute/chronic medical conditions on a 22 bed medical/telemetry unit.
  • Supervised as well as participated in care and management of medical/neurological and telemetry patients.
  • Provided care and treatment to end stage Renal as well as general Medical Surgical/Telemetry patients
  • Experience on a telemetry/internal medicine unit including care for monitored medical and surgical patients.
  • Provide direct nursing care to oncology, gynecology, medical-surgical, and telemetry patients.
  • Provide nursing support on Medical/Surgical Floor in post-op, hematology/oncology, and telemetry areas.
  • Experience ranging from telemetry and med-surgical units to psychiatric and occupational health nursing.
  • Developed and Facilitated Progressive Care Class for nurses working on 6West/Medical Telemetry Unit.
  • Provided direct patient care from admission to discharge on a medical/surgical telemetry unit.
  • Identify irregular and/or lethal telemetry readings and notified appropriate medical team members.
  • Managed cardiac telemetry patients and provided lifesaving and emergent interventions when needed.
  • Worked on a 38 bed busy medical unit with telemetry alternating days/evenings/nights.
  • Maintained current competency in Cardiovascular Telemetry and nursing standards of practice.
  • Monitored and evaluated rehabilitation participants on telemetry in an outpatient clinic.
  • Charge Nurse- supervised licensed professionals on this active 34-bed telemetry unit.
  • Recognized as Subject Matter Expert for Ambulatory BP Monitoring and Telemetry.

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14. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Perform EKG's, administer IV medications, give appropriate clinical information to obtain prior authorizations for procedures and medication.
  • Staff Education (Post surgical care for cardiac patients, Chest Tube Management, Wound Care, EKG Interpretation).
  • Obtained specimens, performed tests (EKG's, In-House Laboratory Tests, Blood Draws), and treatments.
  • Perform several medical procedures, including temperature, pulse and blood pressure readings, and EKG's.
  • Monitor patients post anesthesia, which includes EKG, pain control, respiratory and cardiac status.
  • Give injections, draw blood, EKG's, and office procedures as directed by physicians.
  • Interviewed patient, obtained EKG and completed all electronic forms prior to Dr. s arrival.
  • Obtain EKG's and the drawing of patient's blood to serve as patient baseline.
  • Perform EKG's, administer study vaccines, drug dispensing, and drug accountability.
  • Operated 12-lead EKG; Skilled in HP portable monitoring, and external pacing equipment.
  • Performed EKG rhythm assessment, interpretation, and action for hospital-wide units.
  • Reviewed and interpreted lab results and EKG reports contacting physician for abnormalities.
  • Performed injections, EKG'S and assisted doctors with procedures.
  • Performed patient assessments, EKG's, Stress Tests.
  • Administered medications and performed EKG's and PFT's.
  • Complete EKG's, hearing and/or visual acuity tests.
  • Completed the Essential of Critical Care Course and EKG class
  • Performed EKG's, Wound Care, Immunization injections.
  • Performed EKG per physician's order.
  • Assess, triage, lab tests, flu shots, 12-lead EKG, pharmacy, referrals and assist with procedures.

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15. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Work individually with staff members having difficulty - assisted them in developing a plan for improvement and evaluating effectiveness
  • Collaborated with staff members and administration to implement research/ project on the pulmonary unit.
  • Mentored multiple staff members and assisted them after they received initial orientation.
  • Educated numerous staff members on moderate sedation.
  • Direct unit staff members through effective communication.
  • Created a cohesive work environment among staff members with respect, trust and a demonstrated ability to lead and motivate others.
  • Provide orientation of new staff members to the unit, and provide complex OR expertise, supporting staff education and training.
  • Serve as a resource for staff members while demonstrating dedication and preservation of military values, integrity and loyalty.
  • Acted as Shift Charge Nurse for 8 staff members per shift after approximately 3 weeks of initial unit orientation.
  • Created wound care book educating 52 unit staff members on wound staging and 600 personnel at biannual health fair.
  • Direct staff members and provide nursing care and monitoring of residents, including those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Charge nurse duties including oversee operation of thirty bed unit, delegate patient care to appropriate staff members.
  • Performed the charge nurse role, orientation of new staff members, and training of nursing students.
  • Certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and responsible for BLS certification of staff members and mock codes.
  • Provided direct supervision for approximately 35 staff members to include Civilians and Active Duty Service members.
  • Delegated tasks to the appropriate staff members and communicated effectively in a manner that promoted teamwork.
  • Direct home care as needed as well as communicate with physicians and other clinical staff members.
  • Coached and mentored fellow staff members, resolved customer service issues and assigned rooms to patients.
  • Created an infection prevention task force of nurses and other staff members on the unit.
  • Function as resource person to staff members through teaching to achieve desired patient outcomes.

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16. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Conducted patient interviews, documented information, developed and implemented treatment plans and addressed patient's concerns.
  • Administered prescribed medications and treatment plans to detainees in accordance with physician orders and nursing protocols.
  • Develop and document realistic, measurable and individualized treatment plans for patients within organizational time frames.
  • Developed proficiency in diagnosing various gynecological conditions and establishing evidence-based treatment plans.
  • Collaborate and assist in formulating diagnoses and developing/implementing patient treatment plans.
  • Informed patients of diagnosis medication recommendations and treatment plans.
  • Implemented patient treatment plans including administration of medications.
  • Assessed patient cognitive/psychological states and evaluated treatment plans.
  • Established treatment plans and developed advanced assessment skills.
  • Review treatment plans for assigned protocol accuracy.
  • Identified conditions and developed treatment plans.
  • Worked as a strong team member collaborating with other medical staff to coordinate and implement the highly-specialized treatment plans as outlined.
  • Collaborate treatment plans with Psychiatrists and case managers for medication distribution, IM injections, and home health nurse checks.
  • Educate patient/caretakers about treatment plans including: self care discharge, holistic health needs, and any follow up care.
  • Collaborated with health care team to develop and implement treatment plans for patients with chronic mental illness and intellectual disabilities.
  • Coordinated with physicians regarding patients' test results and treatment protocols; provided recommendations on appropriate changed to treatment plans.
  • Cared for and monitored high acuity patients, with complex treatment plans, ranging from infants to young adulthood.
  • Educate patients and family on various diseases, treatment plans and options, how to manage disease/injury at home.
  • Participated in Case Conferences with social workers, psychiatrists, and supervisors to develop treatment plans for psychiatric clients.
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and condition in collaboration with the health care team.

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17. Clinical Trials

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Here's how Clinical Trials is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Provide clinical care for pediatric and adult patients enrolled in Phase I-IV industry sponsored and investigator initiated clinical trials.
  • Assess patient's eligibility for study and consent patient/family to clinical trials as appropriate in collaboration with principal investigator.
  • Ensured clinical functions were performed according to standard operating procedures and clinical trials were run according to approved protocols.
  • Provided patient/family/medical/nursing staff education related to clinical trials; assisted physicians in tumor assessments of subjects as per protocol.
  • Worked on clinical trials protocols with the principal investigator and other sub-investigators for Institutional Review Board approval.
  • Assist principal investigator with development and implementation, recruitment and registration of patients to clinical trials.
  • Conducted patient/family education regarding disease, therapeutic options, and informed consent related to clinical trials.
  • Assist faculty members/residents in the development of protocols for clinical trials whether federal or industry sponsored.
  • Demonstrated administrative leadership while participating in development, implementation, planning and review of clinical trials.
  • Coordinated all aspects of industry-based clinical trials for research department of an independent acute-care facility.
  • Obtained information for research/clinical trials provided post-operative care for 24-hour admissions/same day surgery patients.
  • Served as nursing contact for the department of internal medicine investigator-initiated clinical trials.
  • Educated physicians and clinical research support staff on Minority Participation in Clinical Trials.
  • Implemented research protocols for clinical trials of therapies for neurological conditions.
  • Worked with Co-operative groups, pharmaceutical and investigator initiated clinical trials.
  • Research coordinator for clinical trials in the division of endocrinology.
  • Provide representation of Clinical Trials for St. Joseph's/Candler at National Meetings
  • Administered chemotherapy and managed patients enrolled in clinical trials.
  • Participate as clinical research nurse managing all Melanoma clinical trials
  • Provided education to patients newly enrolled in clinical trials.

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18. Surgical Procedures

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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborated with anesthesiologist, surgeon and internal medicine physicians to prepare patient for safe surgical procedures.
  • Monitored and assessed patient response to anesthesia and surgical procedures;provided resuscitation measures as necessary.
  • Assisted physicians with in-office procedures including ultrasound, injections, orthopedic procedures and minor surgical procedures.
  • Prepared patients for surgical procedures, and initiated and maintained intravenous fluids for anesthesia.
  • Implement nursing process and interventions to monitor patients in recovery phase after surgical procedures.
  • Assisted physician/provider in preparing patient for examination, treatment and minor surgical procedures.
  • Provide expertise and professional nursing care to patients undergoing surgical procedures.
  • Assist physicians during diagnostic, therapeutic and/or minor surgical procedures.
  • Educated patients and family members regarding exams and surgical procedures.
  • Assisted physician with surgical procedures and physical examinations.
  • Assist in surgical procedures and administer medication.
  • Provided assistance with surgical procedures as required.
  • Coordinated lab testing and medical/surgical procedures.
  • Scrub and circulate during surgical procedures
  • Performed routine clinic duties, performed routine lab tests, assisted physician with surgical procedures, assisted physician with hospital rounds.
  • Set up and maintained sterile surgical field for all surgical procedures, clean and sterilized instruments and procedure room.
  • Assisted doctor with exams as needed, assisted with in office surgical procedures, cast applications and sutures.
  • Prepare and administered medications, educated patients on surgical procedures, change dressings, inserts, and catheters.
  • Updated patient schedules, appointments, and procedures; attended and assists during minor surgical procedures.
  • Prepared patients, assisted physician during patient exams, and assisted physician with minor surgical procedures.

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19. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Performed patient histories and physical examinations under physician supervision; evaluated results and monitored treatment plans and maintained medical records.
  • Performed chart audits in physician offices by reviewing clinical documentation including medical records, claims data and coding information.
  • Audited and maintained computerized admission and delivery logs in order to ensure the accuracy of hospital medical records.
  • Maintained medical records by accurately documenting medical history, assessments, medication lists, and test results.
  • Researched clinical data from hospital medical records as requested by governing agencies overseeing the clinical procedures.
  • Review and abstract pertinent information from electronic medical records in accordance with multiple HEDIS study criteria.
  • Audited medical records to ensure adequate and accurate documentation in support of billed charges.
  • Performed clinical/charge nurse responsibilities, including the monitoring of medical records for documentation audits.
  • Review medical records for potential research subjects and evaluate potential clinical study subjects.
  • Reviewed medical records to assure proper enrollment into clinical trials and data collection.
  • Roomed patients, obtained vitals, medical history and reconciled medical records accordingly.
  • Participated on committee aimed at developing standardized medical records documentation for nurses.
  • Reviewed medical records identifying 80 patients delinquent on preventative health mammograms.
  • Maintained confidentiality of patient information, and medical records.
  • Review medical records for specific parameters for insurance company reviews
  • Review medical records to determine appropriate use criteria.
  • Prepared and maintained weekly documentation and medical records.
  • Charted patients health information per electronic medical records.
  • Review of medical records to assess eligibility criteria.
  • Review medical records for documentation of stroke statistics.

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20. Diabetes

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Here's how Diabetes is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Received additional training to help assist patients and nurses with equipment and medication education and general information about diabetes.
  • Study implementation included monitoring glucose levels, adjusting insulin and OHA doses, and general diabetes education.
  • Focused on health promotion and population specific concerns such as diabetes and alcohol dependency
  • Designed and implemented study education material for clients participating in diabetes medication study.
  • Provide safe and the highest quality care to the ambulatory Endocrinology/Diabetes Population.
  • Maintained American Diabetes Association accreditation.
  • Developed and implemented the Diabetes Care Quality Improvement Initiative in conjunction with 2 Internists and spread the initiative throughout the clinic.
  • Created patient care programs and educated patients in diabetes and asthma care, weight loss, cholesterol management and smoking cessation.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer and, Alzheimer's and Mental Illness.
  • Provide care to approximately 30-60 students a day for various health conditions which include life threatening allergies, asthma and diabetes.
  • Cared for students with health problems such as asthma, diabetes, attention deficit disorder, autism and seizure disorder.
  • Served as the diabetes resource nurse for children s services at UNC, educating patients, families, and staff.
  • Serve as Diabetes Resource Nurse, assisting staff in care and education of patients with diabetes and their families.
  • Provided patient education regarding Diabetes, Pregnancy, Thyroid Diseased, Infectious Diseases, and other family health issues.
  • Participated in a Diabetes Committee Dream Team - development of treatment guidelines, staff and patients' diabetes education.
  • Provided patient education regarding Gestational Diabetes, Thyroid diseases, Diabetes, and other endocrine disorder per patient assessments.
  • Provided patient and family education with emphasis on Diabetes Management, Wound Care, COPD and Heart Disease.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including: COPD, ESRD, CHF, Dementia, Diabetes, Alzheimer.
  • Care for patients with tube feedings, diabetes, asthma and who are undergoing drug and alcohol withdrawal.
  • Counseled patients regarding prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, diabetes, and other chronic diseases.

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21. Primary Care Services

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Here's how Primary Care Services is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Provided primary care services for infants and children in an acute care unit specializing in airway/pulmonary complications.
  • Deliver continuity-based primary care services low-income patients.
  • Invited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to present a lecture regarding best practices for contracting for primary care services.
  • Provide primary care services in a collaborative environment for frail and elderly patients in a long-term care setting.
  • Provided primary care services to long term care resident in a rehab facility.
  • Provide primary care services during transport on various fixed wing aircraft.

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22. IRB

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Here's how IRB is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Drafted and submitted information for purposes of centralized IRB approval initially and throughout each clinical trial as necessary.
  • Maintained excellent communication between Primary Investigators, Collaborating Medical Center Departments, Sponsor, Subjects, and IRB
  • Assisted with regulatory procedures including periodic IRB study reviews and subject informed consent procedures.
  • Completed necessary paperwork for the IRB and/or sponsoring pharmaceutical company.
  • Communicated with IRB, maintaining and renewing interim reporting requirements.
  • Post study hold, provided Regulatory Binder Management and submission of changes to protocol and consent to IRB using HS-ERA system.
  • Adhere to the study activities approved by the IRB; in addition to maintain the regulatory documents for all protocols.
  • Assist in the evaluation of protocol data and prepare reports for the FDA, pharmaceutical companies, and the IRB.
  • Maintained timely and accurate reports of adverse events and protocol deviations to assure proper IRB and sponsor notification.
  • Generated all IRB submissions for both institutions and all study related documentation, including AE/SAE reporting and follow-up.
  • Submitted all Serious Adverse Event reports and Protocol deviations per GCP to both DFCI IRB and the FDA.
  • Prepared and submitted potential pharmaceutical and SWOG clinical trials to both Cancer Center physicians and IRB for approval.
  • Communicated to human subject safety review committees and maintains IRB and or FDA related files as required.
  • Coordinated preparation of studies submitted to the Seton IRB and Seton Steering Committee to ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Documented and reported adverse events to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and sponsors per protocol.
  • Maintain and implement research protocols, develop policies and procedures and submission of trials to the IRB.
  • Served as liaison and coordinator of the protocols throughout the Institutional Review Board (IRB) process.
  • Develop informed consent forms and submit protocols to the IRB for new and ongoing clinical studies.
  • Coordinated protocols, conducted lab draws, shipment of specimens and ensured that advertisements met IRB approval
  • Collect and record data, report events to IRB, work with investigators and patients.

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23. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Assisted in the implementation of protocols including data collection and measurement, and post-operative evaluation of nursing effectiveness.
  • Planned, implemented and coordinated all aspects of data collection and source documentation including creating source documents.
  • Collaborated with members of research team regarding protocol structure and data collection.
  • Developed systems and organizational tools for research data collection and storage.
  • Performed clinical procedures for data collection purposes as determined by protocol.
  • Follow study specific protocols to ensure accuracy of data collection.
  • Assist registered nurse with immunization record review and data collection.
  • Assured accuracy of data collection through source document verification.
  • Participated in unit clinical nursing research and data collection.
  • Developed data collection instruments used for clinical research.
  • Supported research through accurate data collection and documentation.
  • Participated in data collection involving equipment testing.
  • Charge duties: Allocation of staff, supervision of nursing aides, quality assurance data collection over a 27 bed unit.
  • Performed assessment/data collection in an ongoing systematic manner, focusing on nutrition, pain, family involvement, and patient advocacy.
  • Focused staff education on early assessment, maintenance, detection of complications, and data collection for quality assurance.
  • Implemented and coordinated data collection of Phase II and IV drug studies for head and spinal cord injured patients.
  • Assisted the Performance Improvement Team in data collection and staff education in preparation for the upcoming JCAHO visit.
  • Performed retrospective data collection and entry on hundreds of patients for registry for Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
  • Prepare and audit charts per study protocol for patient visits and Data collection through HEDIS system.
  • Detailed chart review and screening, patient interview and recruitment, data collection and computer entry.

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24. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Develop policies and procedures according to current evidenced bases practice for department and organization to ensure patient safety and infection control.
  • Obtained consents and skillfully administered seasonal Influenza vaccines in a variety of settings of clinics while maintaining proper infection control measures.
  • Obtained consents and skillfully administered seasonal Influenza vaccines at employer based clinics while maintaining proper infection control measures.
  • Monitor facility compliance with infection control reporting, clinical processes, are delivery and agency standards.
  • Implemented infection control policies and procedures to ensure safe administration of flu and pneumonia vaccinations.
  • Authored and implemented a revised infection control policy for dermatology which decreased post-operative infection rates.
  • Participated in infection control, quality improvement processes, safety and medical readiness activities.
  • Developed protocol for sterilization of surgical instruments according to JCAHO and infection control standards.
  • Participated in infection control, performance improvement and unit moral programs and activities.
  • Adhered to all institutional health, safety and infection control regulations and requirements.
  • Developed Infection Control Protocols for Labor and Delivery and Neonatal Intensive Care.
  • Administered universal precautions and proper methods of infection control and sterilization.
  • Assisted in implementing catheter acquired urinary tract infection control bundle.
  • Chaired Quality Assurance Performance Improvement and Infection Control committees.
  • Developed and maintained operating instructions for Infection Control Program.
  • Observed appropriate infection control procedures.
  • Assisted with the implementation of primary nursing, active member of quality assurance, peer review, and infection control committees.
  • Assisted the Infection Control Coordinator and complete audits of client records (tracking immunizations) and history of communicable diseases.
  • Educated patients and families on ventilator weaning process, medications, medical procedures, nutrition, and infection control.
  • Maintained patient and staff safety, ensured that infection control was implemented, and compliance with patient privacy regulations.

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25. Adverse Events

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Here's how Adverse Events is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborate closely with study investigator informing on relevant adverse events and serious adverse events according to procedures outlined in the protocol.
  • Processed and collected related laboratory specimens, reported research related adverse events, and maintained regulatory documents related to each trial.
  • Review medical, laboratory and other diagnostic data; notifies principal investigator any abnormal values or adverse events.
  • Performed nursing assessments, monitors subject progress during clinical trails, notifies principal investigator of adverse events.
  • Monitored documentation of participants' adverse events, medical condition and response to study medications and treatments.
  • Maintain adverse events monitoring and recording according to standard of operation procedures and clinical practice guidelines.
  • Documented adverse events and protocol deviations accurately with appropriate notification.
  • Monitored and managed adverse events through documentation of clinical observations.
  • Report all adverse events to clinical monitors and primary investigators.
  • Collect patient information on adverse events and medication compliance.
  • Monitored and documented all subject adverse events.
  • Recognized and reported adverse events as required
  • Captured and documented adverse events.
  • Monitor research participant response to study and clinical treatment and report potential adverse events to a member of the research team.
  • Identify, document and report all issues, including pertinent adverse events in an orderly and timely manner.
  • Initiate source documents at baseline for symptoms and trend of adverse events and concomitant medications while on treatment.
  • Coordinated patient identification, screening, consent, and follow up while maintaining low adverse events and morbidity.
  • Recognized, collected and reported adverse events, entered safety data into online systems, query resolution.
  • Document adverse events and treat as directed by Principal Investigator; respond to all emergencies.
  • Assess for allergies; report all incidents and adverse events as well as any injuries.

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26. EMR

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Here's how EMR is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Trained Nursing staff in the children's hospital during two new go-live EMR roll-outs.
  • Appointed EMR Super user and conducts random clinical audits for Continuous Quality Review.
  • Transcribed physician's orders and coordinated communication within the practice using EMR.
  • Served as EMR Utilization Trainer, Safety Representative, and Clinical Preceptor.
  • Search for test results within EMR system or from outside labs.
  • Maintain EMR records, order labs, diagnostic testing, consolations.
  • Implemented the change from paper to EMR as unit super user.
  • Document all calls and advice provided within patient's EMR.
  • Place x-rays and medication orders during office hours using EMR/Crown.
  • Build and implementation of the EMR in the clinic setting.
  • Keep EMR up to date with any needed upgrades.
  • Document patient care, assessments and education in EMR.
  • Obtained patients vitals, and entered information into EMR.
  • Contributed to EPIC build for ICN EMR documentation
  • Updated patient health information in EMR system.
  • Designated EMR trainer to nursing team.
  • Grasp and documentation to EMR.
  • Utilize All Scripts EMR software.
  • Use of EMR, interfacing with internal and external pharmacies, effective communication skills with clients of varied socio-economic backgrounds.
  • Documented patient charting in EMR using Citrix/CIS Computer Systems Gained valuable critical care skills within the clinical field.

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27. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Volunteer twice a month in the evenings as a clinic Nurse Drawing blood and collecting lab specimens,
  • Experienced with the pediatric population especially with calculation of medication and fluid resuscitation, drawing blood and initiating IV access.
  • Administer oral, intramuscular, intravenous and subcutaneous medications, Setting up IV infusion and withdrawing blood for investigations.
  • Administered medications, managed intravenous lines, drawing blood, communicate with physician and observed patient conditions.
  • Used various nursing skills including wound care, medication administration, drawing blood, inserting intravenous catheters, and administering blood.
  • Administer medication and treatments such as inserting IV's, wound care, drawing blood specimens, and infusing blood products.

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28. Pediatrics

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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Worked with pediatrics through geriatric patient population.
  • Provided total nursing care with medical support to patients ages from pediatrics through adults in an 18 bed Medical-Surgical Hospital unit.
  • Develop, implement or evaluate standards of nursing practice in specialty are such as pediatrics, acute care and geriatrics.
  • Served as preceptor for 8 bed Adult Acute Psychiatric Unit in the Emergency Department, Pediatrics, and General Adult.
  • Provided primary patient care for all types of adult medical- general surgical and all age groups of pediatrics patients.
  • Provided direct nursing care to patients of all ages, pediatrics, women's health, and adult medical.
  • Experience includes cardiac, GI, geriatric, oncology, pediatrics, respiratory, nutrition and diabetic teaching.
  • Designated charge in the absence of Unit Director or Patient Care Manager for a 44-bed Medical Adults-Pediatrics unit.
  • Worked in a variety of specialties including pediatrics, adult illness, OB/GYN, podiatry and immunizations.
  • Assist Doctors with changing dressing on burn & general surgery for Pediatrics, adults and geriatrics.
  • Provided direct patient care on a 15-bed unit that specialized in general pediatrics and orthopedics.
  • Provide Nursing leadership services for Developmental Pediatrics, Genetics, & Newborn Follow-up Outpatient Clinics.
  • Coordinated a General Pediatrics Nursing Education day and Nursing Rounds for new nurses.
  • Served radiology patient population of inpatients, outpatients, adults and pediatrics.
  • Possess specialty areas of expertise, including Pediatrics and Neonatal Intensive Care.
  • Cross Training: NICU, Nursery, Pediatrics and Postpartum unit.
  • Float nurse into ICU, Spinal Cord Unit and Pediatrics.
  • Work in pediatrics and adult inpatient and outpatient units.
  • Provide all new hire orientation for Med-Surg/pediatrics unit.
  • Assist in initiating drug research studies in Pediatrics.

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29. Pain Management

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Here's how Pain Management is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Managed pharmaceutical intervention including antimicrobial therapies, chronic pain management, recognizing desired effects, side effects, and complications.
  • Monitored epidural and regional pain management for patient pain control, reported deviations in patient assessments to physicians.
  • Administered care to acutely ill patients, assessing comfort, pain management and monitoring the effectiveness of interventions.
  • Provided patient/family education on topics including care needs, pain management and aftercare.
  • Educate clients regarding chronic pain management therapies and medication compliance.
  • Assisted pain anesthesiologists with pain management steroid injection procedures.
  • Assess affected extremity circulation and uncontrolled pain management.
  • Documented pain management in records system.
  • Provide adequate pain management to post-operative patients
  • Administer postoperative pain management agents.
  • Educated patients and families on disease processes, procedures, and other therapeutic regimens, including medications and pain management.
  • Participated in clinical trial research involving pain management for patients with chronic pain who had not responded to outpatient treatments.
  • Assist in the provision of palliative care and pain management for end of life or hospice cancer patients.
  • Pain management, Collaborate with patient and support staff, communicate in an effective and therapeutic manner.
  • Prepare a pain management schedule for patients based on doctor's prescriptions to prevent unmanageable pain.
  • Monitor patients using PCA(Patients Control Analgesic), and epidural pumps for pain management.
  • Provided care for cancer patients after surgery, end of life care, and pain management.
  • Assist mother with breathing exercises, pain management techniques and administer pain medications as ordered.
  • Provided family education on topics including basic nutrition, pain management and care needs.
  • Assisted in pain management clinic for patients with long term incurable ailments.

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30. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Facilitated patients receiving new/renewals of equipment and medication via phone calls or fax.
  • Handled patient phone calls, refills, assisted in stress testing, INR levels and set up procedures for the cardiologists.
  • Returned phone calls to patients and other doctors offices, also phoned in prescriptions per doctors orders and instructions.
  • Provided education to the patient through discharge phone calls and to the staff using in-services on cardiac topics.
  • Take all phone calls, messages, and pages regarding one of my physician s patients.
  • Prepare equipment for treatments, delegate tasks as needed, patient education and triage phone calls.
  • Answer patient phone calls and called in prescriptions and/or refills for patients under physician supervision.
  • Conducted hundreds of patient interviews and follow-up phone calls assessing their quality of life.
  • Conducted patient follow-up phone calls, for management of diabetic and hypertension progress.
  • Place phone calls to pharmacies to order prescriptions, set-up referral contacts.
  • Conduct post-op phone calls to assess the patient's recovery after discharge.
  • Manage phone calls from patients and coordinate referrals as needed.
  • Returned phone calls to patients and other doctors offices.
  • Assessed phone calls from clients and acted appropriately.
  • Conducted follow-up phone calls to breastfeeding mothers.
  • Take phone calls, give pt instructions over the phone.
  • Provide updated information to clinic providers for scheduled specialists thru printed schedules, emails, phone calls.
  • Triaged patient phone calls, screened patients, and assisted with clinical procedures and admissions.
  • Obtained the assessment of the client for the Doctor Returned client phone calls.
  • Triaged phone calls/messages and acted accordingly on a same day basis.

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31. Research Studies

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Here's how Research Studies is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Assisted Physicians with enrolling and monitoring patients during clinical research studies for specific symptom based medications.
  • Analyzed highly complex data gathered on clinical research studies and interpreted clinical research data.
  • Coordinate and monitor clinical research studies for Cardiology division, contracted with Pharmaceutical companies.
  • Submitted required documentation / requisitions to inter-hospital departments for patients involved in research studies.
  • Provided nursing care for hospitalized medical patients participating in various clinical research studies.
  • Coordinated and participated in clinical research studies in primary care sector.
  • Coordinate clinical research studies involving Mental Illness in pregnant population.
  • Coordinate research studies, development of trial design and budgets, maintenance of case report forms, regulatory binders and correspondence.
  • Coordinated research studies on an NIH funded General Clinical Research Center, located on a large inpatient unit of the hospital.
  • Assisted with organ donation, home care referrals, research studies, admission placement, patient and family education.
  • Provide clinical care and research coordination for patients participating in clinical research studies conducted by investigators within the IRP.
  • Served as the primary nurse/research coordinator for several NIDA Research studies; conducting research studies on a daily basis.
  • Supported in-house research studies for investigative medical device seeking FDA approval, adhering to HIPAA and Good Clinical Practices.
  • Worked closely with multiple Principal Investigators, to conduct various research studies taken place in the Emergency Department.
  • Managed the care of subjects on research studies and collaborate with physicians to ensure patient care and safety.
  • Center: Provided direct patient care to patients enrolled in clinical Research studies, assured compliance with protocols.
  • Screen recruited patients, coordinate with protocol coordinator to carry out the enrollment of patients into research studies.
  • Recruited, consented, screened, enrolled, randomized, and maintained subjects for clinical research studies.
  • Participate in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of strategies of selected research studies.
  • Presented research studies to the Labor & Delivery staff to inform of procedures related to individual studies.

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32. Neurology

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Here's how Neurology is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Provide quality nursing care for medical surgical and progressive neurology patients.
  • Provide exceptional nursing care to patients on a 32-bed Neurology/Neurosurgery Unit.
  • Administered primary nursing care on multiple clinical research units including Neurology.
  • Provided nursing care of critically compromised neurology and post-anesthesia patients.
  • Designed and assisted in start-up of Pediatric Neurology Clinic.
  • Monitored and evaluated neurology patients' health.
  • Provided patient care to neurology/neurosurgery patients.
  • Floated to Allergy, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Neurology, Pulmonary, and Renal clinics on an as needed basis.
  • Provide professional nursing care for pediatric neurology patients that are founded on evidence based practice.
  • Completed Johns Hopkins New Nursing Graduate Orientation Program and worked in the Neurology Department.
  • Participated in an MS research survey at Neurology offices for a pharmaceutical client.
  • Provide age appropriate primary nursing care to patients on PM&R/Neurology Unit.
  • Acted as nurse liaison with neurology research group to coordinate study logistics.
  • Create education materials for both the neurology and sleep medicine patients.
  • Delivered nursing care to neurology patients at a medical clinic.
  • Provided direct adult patient care in the Neurology Unit.
  • Scheduled appointments for residents for neurology, optometry, ophthalmology, podiatry, and dental as Clinic Nurse.
  • Served as floor nurse on neurosurgical and neurology floor.
  • Worked in clinic setting assisting with minor procedures, pre op, Derm, Ortho, and Neurology.

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33. Study Protocol

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Here's how Study Protocol is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Conducted telephone and/or clinical recruitment interviews to collect data using established criteria and coordinated patient visits schedule as per study protocol.
  • Maintain communication with primary investigator/sub-investigator to assure subjects receive appropriate medical evaluation and care in line with study protocols.
  • Supported implementation of seven study protocols in clinical setting, including identifying and enrolling participants after obtaining informed consent.
  • Obtain patient medical histories and communicate with patients regarding specific study protocol, medication benefits and side effects.
  • Maintain accurate and timely documentation and notify Institutional Review Board of deviations or violations from study protocols.
  • Developed and leads participant education and exercise intervention group sessions and home visits accordingly to study protocol.
  • Provide medical expertise during development of clinical study protocol, data forms, and imaging requirements.
  • Coordinated and implemented study protocols from study subject acceptance through study completion and data finalization.
  • Observed study protocols, following institutional study compliance and maintained data flow for study coordinators.
  • Monitor subject participation according to ethical, regulatory, and study protocol specific requirements.
  • Maintain detailed documentation per study protocol, adverse events and concomitant medications.
  • Coordinated study initiation and completed source documents for study protocol.
  • Maintained accurate and detailed electronic records according to study protocol.
  • Managed, coordinated and assisted in numerous study protocols.
  • Administered patient testing according to research study protocol.
  • Review study protocols for clinical questions and appropriateness.
  • Administer medications and treatments per study protocol.
  • Dispense medications per study protocol.
  • Implemented study protocols as directed.
  • Evaluate and interpret collected clinical data, prepare oral presentations and written reports, analyses progress, work out study protocols.

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34. Blood Products

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Here's how Blood Products is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Administer pharmacological agents and blood products to patients and document desired effects, side effects and complications as indicated.
  • Performed vitals/glucose testing, administered various l routes of medication, blood products and performed urinalysis.
  • Mixed and administered chemotherapy drugs, antibiotics, blood products and intravenous immune globulin.
  • Administered chemotherapy, antibiotics and blood Products via peripheral and central lines.
  • Administered chemotherapy and blood products in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
  • Collected blood samples and analyzed findings for the need of replacement of blood products and or electrolytes to maintain homeostasis.
  • Administered complex chemotherapy regimens, blood products, bone marrow transplants, antibiotics, and electrolyte replacements.
  • Administer oxygen, start and administer IV fluids and blood products; monitor patient controlled analgesic
  • Administered oxygen, IV fluids and administer blood products following clinical procedures; treated wounds.
  • Administer parental drug treatments and blood and blood products, and assess patient status.
  • Provide wound care; Administer TPN, tube feedings, blood and blood products.
  • Started IVs and administered chemotherapy, blood products, and other medications as ordered.
  • Administer blood products, insert IVs, administer wound care changes as ordered.
  • Provided supportive care by administering blood products, medications, and electrolytes.
  • Administer fluids, blood products, antibiotics and chemotherapy as needed.
  • Administer chemotherapy, intravenous antibiotics, blood products and stem cells.
  • Administer blood and blood products and observe for adverse reactions.
  • Administer blood products, IVIG and stem cells.
  • Blood products and IVIG Products.
  • Administer chemotherapy, biotherapy and blood products in an ambulatory setting.

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35. Conscious Sedation

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Here's how Conscious Sedation is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Administer conscious sedation collaboratively under physician supervision.
  • Prepare patients for and assist with examinations or treatments inclusive of on floor administration and monitoring of patients undergoing conscious sedation.
  • Administered conscious sedation according to hospital policy based on regulations of the American Society of Anesthesiology.
  • Participated in Conscious Sedation Working Group and updated competency verification program for the facility.
  • Prepared patients for and provided nursing care during conscious sedation and anesthesia-supported cardiac procedures.
  • Provided conscious sedation to mechanically ventilated patients requiring procedure and diagnostic tests.
  • Administered conscious sedation and recovered clients from outpatient invasive procedures.
  • Trained medical assistant staff in conscious sedation and oxygen administration.
  • Administered conscious sedation and assisted physicians with procedures.
  • Administered conscious sedation and monitored the sedated patient.
  • Provide conscious sedation to patients undergoing endoscopy procedures.
  • Assisted in bone marrow aspiration administering conscious sedation.
  • Assisted with procedures involving conscious sedation.
  • Administer conscious sedation during procedures.
  • Provide conscious sedation to the patient population receiving lumbar epidurals, spinals and facet injections to the chronic pain clinic populations.
  • Assist in conscious sedation procedures and maintain all central lines, gastric tubes, traction, arterial lines, and dressings.
  • Assist physicians with endoscopy procedures, monitor patients, administer conscious sedation, and post procedure recovery.
  • Perform Conscious Sedation during procedures and assist anesthesia during TIVA (Total IV Anesthesia) Procedures.
  • Administer and monitor conscious sedation to ensure safe and effective care before and during procedures.
  • Perform Adult Conscious Sedation during some medical procedures in the outpatient setting.

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36. FDA

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Here's how FDA is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained ongoing communication with Novartis for FDA submission and approval.
  • Approach and consent subjects explaining the study's intent, procedures and risks following FDA regulations and GCP guidelines.
  • Created data-capture system to ensure regulatory compliance with the FDA and to improve data quality and patient follow-up compliance.
  • Ordered, tracked, and recorded device information with timely return of unused devices to maintain FDA requirements.
  • Perform protocol-driven activities in accordance with standard operating procedures, Good Clinical Practices, and FDA guidelines.
  • Assess eligibility, documentation of criteria, ensure informed consent performed in compliance with FDA and HIC.
  • Administered drugs to study participants, monitored response and completed case report forms for the FDA.
  • Assist patients with transition and drug expanded access programs for recent FDA approved drugs.
  • Conducted product testing; followed stringent FDA protocols for product testing with human subjects.
  • Lead responsibility for audits (FDA, national cooperative groups, etc.)
  • Follow all regulatory compliance guidelines, PhRMA guidelines, and FDA regulatory requirements.
  • Assist physicians with abstracts, posters, journal articles, and FDA applications.
  • Explained informed consent forms for new protocols in accordance with FDA regulations.
  • Maintain compliance with FDA approved research protocol and GCP, NIH guidelines.
  • Conduct clinical research for FDA Phase I trials, utilizing GCP guidelines.
  • Dispense and administer medication in compliance with FDA and DEA regulations.
  • Documented and peer reviewed study findings for FDA review and approval.
  • Communicated directly with FDA to ascertain and fulfill IDE trial requirements.
  • Maintain and update FDA Standard Operating Procedures for egg donation.
  • Adhered to ICH/GCP/FDA guidelines and applies those principles to research.

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37. Phone Triage

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Here's how Phone Triage is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Assessed patients via telephone triage using established protocols and providing cost effective/appropriate level of care for patients.
  • Provide excellent communication skills for patient and family education and telephone triage of patients.
  • Performed telephone triage, facilitated clinical care coordination through a multidisciplinary approach.
  • Experience in obtaining insurance authorizations for medications and procedures and phone triage.
  • Administer injections, conduct telephone triage and counsel patients regarding medications.
  • Facilitated the intake and discharge of patients, managed phone triage, provided patient education, and administered infusion therapies.
  • Monitored all clinic lab values for critical levels and delegated phone triage nurse duties for management of patient care.
  • Assisted physicians, physicians assistants, and nurse practitioners with patient care, as well as provided patient phone triage
  • Assist patients with telephone triage, answer any and all questions and problems that the patients may have.
  • Job requirements: Telephone triage and walk in triage in the clinic for a variety of patient problems.
  • Perform patient check in, triage/telephone triage, screenings, emergency care, and a variety of treatments.
  • Follow telephone triage protocols while addressing behavioral health issues in a high volume fast paced call center setting.
  • Utilized telephone triage to assess client's medical conditions, and assist members with obtaining prescription refills.
  • Conduct telephone triage directing patients to the level of follow up care appropriate for their current condition.
  • Identified and addressed patient questions as well as surgical concerns via clinic setting and telephone triage.
  • Performed telephone triage; Assisted with UTI and S/T clinic; Assisted MD in processing referrals.
  • Managed phone triage, communicated with numerous providers, hospital staff, patients and family members.
  • Perform phone triage and coordinate patient care with the physician and other health care professionals.
  • Performed phone triage and direct client care in family practice clinic from newborn to geriatric.
  • Managed a high volume of telephone triage calls for urgent care and internal medicine.

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38. Acls

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Here's how Acls is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Perform resuscitation procedures according to BLS and ACLS guidelines on life threatening conditions and cardiopulmonary arrest.
  • Perform duties of staff nurse; assisted in writing nursing care plans; carried out medical care plans; ACLS certified.
  • Care of patients in the emergency department; maintained PALS, ACLS, TNCC, & CEN certifications
  • Acquired ACLS INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION, providing ACLS instruction for hospital staff quarterly.
  • Obtained certification to teach BCLS and ACLS through the American Heart Association.
  • Responded to emergency codes throughout the hospital according to ACLS guidelines.
  • Apply ACLS guidelines and work with CCU team during code situations.
  • Re-certified in Advanced Cardiac and Life Support (ACLS).
  • Coordinated trauma and ACLS protocol during life threatening situations.
  • Maintained BLS, ACLS, and PALS certification.
  • Program Administrator of BLS and ACLS program.
  • Performed ACLS measures for several trauma patients.
  • Registered Nurse ACLS, BLS Certified
  • Obtain PALS & ACLS certification.
  • Completed BLS and ACLS certification.
  • Served as an Instructor for ACLS and PALS.
  • Certified BLS, ACLS and PALS instructor.
  • Maintained current BLS and ACLS certifications Clinical Preceptor
  • Execute appropriate certified critical nursing action (ACLS).Collaborated nursing care with members of the health care team.
  • Charge nurse duties on regular basis.Frequently assisted in orientation of new nursing staff.EPIC documentation.BLS, ACLS.

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39. GI

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Here's how GI is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Managed care for stable to acutely ill orthopedic, gynecological, urological, kidney transplant and general surgical patients.
  • Demonstrated clinical competency and compassion in providing care, using technology, administering medications, performing procedures and managing emergencies
  • Planned, organized and implemented nursing care to a patient population consisting of orthopedic and medical/surgical patients.
  • Work one-on-one with numerous providers including Nurse Practitioners and Cardiologists to facilitate running outpatient visits and clinics.
  • Organized and coordinated a prenatal program according to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecological guidelines.
  • Assisted in developing recruitment strategies and conducting screenings for study participants including interviews and questionnaires.
  • Maintain detailed and accurate documentations for medically fragile, special needs and general education students.
  • Promote population health initiative by ensuring all eligible patients to get Flu/ Pneumonia injections.
  • Provide psychological and emotional support to patients and family and promote healthy coping strategies.
  • Recruit study participants from patient population to ensure they meet trial eligibility requirements.
  • Provided bedside care, treatment and clinical documentation for patients on medical-surgical/dialysis floors.
  • Establish and manage authentic relationships with industry sponsors, medical monitors and oncologists.
  • Initiated protocol screening, eligibility verification, and participated in the consent process.
  • Educate patients regarding disease processes, medications, procedures, and medical-surgical interventions.
  • Prepare equipment and assist physicians during various gynecological and outpatient procedures.
  • Managed the pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment of various disorders and diseases.
  • Provided critical postoperative nursing care to surgical adult and pediatric patients.
  • Provided direct nursing care to monitored medical and surgical cardiac patients.
  • Set up individual clinic sites and registered participants according to protocol.
  • Screen subjects for entry into clinical trials to determine eligibility.

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40. Test Cases

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Here's how Test Cases is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Involved in writing and implementation of the Test Plan, various Test Cases and Test Scripts.
  • Automated Unit test cases in Cruise control.
  • Involved in creation of test cases and execution.
  • Involved in the test cases preparation, test data.

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41. Picc

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Here's how Picc is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Skilled care of patients on ventilators, cardiac monitors, PICC lines, NG/GTT, and preventing complications related to immobility.
  • Manage the Patient Satisfaction database for the Bedside Nurse PICC line team, collecting, analyzing & presenting monthly reports.
  • Requested to be transferred back to hospital PICC Team after the tragic death of my son and husband.
  • Managed support devices, including arterial lines, venous lines, PICC lines, ventilator equipment.
  • Perform supra-pubic catheter flush, Foley and straight catheter insertion, PICC line dressing changes.
  • Assess, educate, place, and provide follow-up on patients requiring PICC line access.
  • Provided and administered medications via central lines, PICC and/or PCA.
  • Certified to discontinue to PICC lines and access Central Lines.
  • Introduced and implemented a Nurse PICC Line Insertion Program.
  • Carry out PICC Line policies and insert as needed
  • Flushed IV peripheral, PICC lines.
  • Certified in Neo-PICC line insertion.
  • Experience in maintenance/care of PICC, CVC, and VAP lines, chest tubes, and IV pumps.
  • Assisted in the trialing of new U/S devices for the PICC team.
  • Assist with insertion and maintenance of arterial lines, peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC), and other central lines.
  • Started IV's and PICC lines on patients admitted to Montefiore Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, and Western Psychiatric Institute.
  • Performed trach suctioning, wound assessment, GI/NG tube feeding, PICC line maintenance, IM and SQ injections.
  • Provided blood and platelet transfusions, draw labs, care for PICC, CVC and Port cathetars.
  • Experienced in venipuncture, IV insertion, PICC/CL care, and administration of blood products.
  • Start intravenous lines, access mediports, maintain PICC lines on a regular basis.

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42. Pacu

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Here's how Pacu is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Acted as a preceptor to new nurses to the PACU unit and the hospital.
  • Circulated in operating room, PACU nurse and Pain Clinic charge nurse.
  • Developed and implemented Quality Assurance for Chart documentation in the PACU.
  • Assist in PACU while mothers recover from anesthesia during cesarean delivery.
  • Rotated to phase one PACU as needed.
  • Float to PACU, emergency medicine.
  • Floated to emergency room and PACU.
  • Crossed trained to work in PACU.
  • Float to PACU as needed.
  • Charge nurse in the PACU.
  • Provide care to patients in the operating room as circulator and in the PACU as a recovery nurse.
  • Fort Sanders West Outpatient Surgery Center primarily Circulating, scrubbing, endoscopy, some holding room and PACU
  • Work in various areas Pre-op surgery, OR Holding, PACU with a variety of specialty surgeries.
  • Continued assessment of the Phase I PACU patient while maintaining hemodynamic stability and pain management.
  • Assess, plan, implement& evaluate nursing care of the PACU patient.
  • Floated to the pre-/post-endoscopy unit and PACU.
  • Home Health) (Full-time) 40hr/wk PACU Nurse PRN (Endoscopy Radiology) (32 hr/wk)
  • Nurse: Served on the IV Team and in the PACU.
  • Circulate for OR cases including cesarean sections, tubal ligations, cerclage placements and recover patients in the PACU.
  • Facilitate nursing education for pre-admissions testing, pre-op and PACU areas.

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43. IM

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Here's how IM is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Assisted the medical treatment facility in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating group, and individualized clinical preventive services.
  • Designed and conducted continuous quality improvement, surveillance and program analysis for HAWC director and Population Health Committee.
  • Created and implemented nursing plans, monitored and charted patient progress, and administered oral and intravenous medications.
  • Coordinated service agreements with other facilities/departments for conduct of study and ensure accurate reimbursement for billing and services.
  • Collaborate with nursing colleagues in ambulatory care to promote optimal utilization of nursing resources among the various clinics.
  • Provide professional nursing care through skillful assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, implementation and evaluation.
  • Incorporated patient/family centered care and patient advocacy into my daily practice to improve patient satisfaction and safety.
  • Boosted morale, promoted positive staff-patient relationships, and increased customer's awareness of healthy lifestyle regime.
  • Provide patient-focused education to promote behavioral change for the empowerment of patients to improve specific treatment compliance.
  • Responded to short-term urgent care emergencies, occasionally independently following protocols until primary care provider on scene.
  • Coordinate, execute and assure quality of outpatient and inpatient imaging clinical trials utilizing Good Clinical Practice.
  • Performed detailed review of medical claims and clinical documentation to determine appropriateness and accuracy of billed charges.
  • Assisted in research trials by identifying eligible candidates, monitoring protocol implementation, and reporting results.
  • Recognized deficits and developed solutions to improve the hospital environment and experience for staff and patients.
  • Collaborated with outside departments to improve and maintain HEDIS measures for largest Military Training Facility.
  • Performed patient education for medical procedures, treatments and potential outcomes and medication regimens.
  • Collaborate with medical team facilitating rapid and appropriate care plans to improve patient conditions.
  • Participate in the identification of clinical, operational and safety related performance improvement opportunities.
  • Develop and implement processes to enhance clinic operations and practices for ongoing quality improvement.
  • Improved skill related to peripheral intravenous therapy access and prioritization of patient needs.

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44. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Reviewed clinical information using nationally accepted medical criteria to determine the appropriateness of medical care and certify medical services.
  • Administered medication, and other specialized medical care to treat sexually transmitted infections as per protocol.
  • Provided education, prevention and coordination of medical care for seniors in a residential facility.
  • Scheduled and supervised nursing staff during emergent and non-emergent situations, directing day-to-day medical care.
  • Provide emergency medical care to critically ill patients in a 29-bed Pediatric Emergency Department.
  • Provided humanitarian medical care to Afghanistan's citizens including children and adults.
  • Referred patients to needed medical care and coordinated service delivery.
  • Provide medical care to military personnel and dependents.
  • Coordinated in-patient/out-patient medical care services.
  • Provided general medical care and education, administrated medication, and assessed health status for obstetric patients, children and adults.
  • Educated patients and families on medical care needed at home following stroke, spinal cord injury, or a brain injury.
  • Provide clinical support to care providers, working in a team based manner to provide quality medical care to patients.
  • Serve as physician/family/resident liaison to ensure appropriate medical care as well as address the social needs of the family.
  • Provide teaching to patients and families related to complex health issues, conditions, medical care at home.
  • Provide education and mentoring for trainees and peers when indicated in medical care needs of patients.
  • Worked concurrently with physicians, nurses, and other hospital personnel to provide medical care.
  • Provide emergency medical care to 21-bed Clinical Decision Unit and Urgent Care 23 hour stay.
  • Attend interdisciplinary rounds daily to develop care plans and determine type of medical care necessary.
  • Provided medical care in flight for sick infants from other countries in the Pacific.
  • Completed patient referrals and authorizations for medical care, testing, and medication requests.

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45. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Monitor lab results and collaborate with physicians to make necessary adjustments.
  • Followed up on lab results and administered medication and immunizations.
  • Ensured that all lab results were reviewed by a physician, with the necessary follow up of abnormal results.
  • Monitor clients lab results, report changes or abnormalities to provider, follow up as needed.
  • Draw daily labs, monitor lab results and assure no labs that are abnormal were overlooked.
  • Provide out-patient service for lab results, dosing protocol, scheduling, and documentation
  • Contacted provider and patients for medication refills, referrals, lab results.
  • Send out lab results, Call and set up for emergency X-rays.
  • Provided a snap-shot of pertinent and abnormal lab results to attending physicians.
  • Reviewed lab results with patients and discussed relation to current health status.
  • Followed up on patient compliance through lab results and updated charts.
  • Act as a liaison between patient and physician regarding lab results.
  • Inform patients of lab results through epic and over the phone.
  • Performed lab tests, initiated IV s and communicated lab results.
  • Communicated with patients regarding all test and lab results.
  • Document and report lab results to providers and patients.
  • Collected lab specimens and followed up on lab results.
  • Follow up with patients lab results.
  • Interpret test and lab results.
  • Follow trends in clinical information, monitor lab results, and particpate in patient and family education.

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46. Disease Process

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Here's how Disease Process is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Provided education on disease process and management as well as maintaining healthy lifestyle and recommended health screenings.
  • Initiated patient and family education on disease processes, dietary modifications, medication and diabetic teaching.
  • Provided patient and family education with regards to medication management, disease process and management.
  • Assessed patient condition and implemented appropriate intervention for education on disease process and management.
  • Provide necessary education to patients and family members about complex disease processes.
  • Provided patient and family communication counseling including Alzheimer's disease process education.
  • Performed patient teaching on disease process and treatment for Cardiovascular patients
  • Provide patient education regarding disease process and cardiac monitoring.
  • Involved with patient education of disease process management.
  • Educated patients regarding disease process.
  • Designed and implemented teaching plans for clients to meet specific learning needs in relation to the disease processes, treatment regimens.
  • Care also includes educating patients and families on the disease process, care, and prevention of their admitting diagnosis.
  • Educate patients and their families about disease processes and help them develop the self-care skills they will need once discharged.
  • Provided direct care to recovering surgery patients and familiar with monitoring patients who have acute and chronic disease processes.
  • Identified areas in which patient/family lack patient knowledge regarding the disease process and research treatment and provide that information.
  • Provide patient and family teaching regarding disease processes, medications, treatments and procedures, and discharge/follow up care.
  • Provided nursing services to children (and their families) ages 0 to 18 with neurological disease processes.
  • Teach patients and families about disease processes, devices, monitoring devices, post implant teaching, etc.
  • Educated patients and family on disease process with classes scheduled monthly due to the length of patient hospitalization.
  • Identified the learning needs of patients and their families based on their disease process, and educated accordingly.

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47. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Provided first aid, blood pressure/cholesterol screenings, emergency responses, and allergy desensitization.
  • Participated in community health events conducting flu immunizations; well child physicals; blood pressure checks and other public health initiatives.
  • Checked temperature, pulse, blood pressure and pain to detect deviations from normal and communicate changes in the patient.
  • Provide Cholesterol, Glucose, Body Mass Index, Blood Pressure and Bone Density screening during wellness clinics.
  • Administer Flu Shot Vaccines at Clinics Health Fairs- Blood Pressures, BMI, Cholesterol Screening, Glucose Screenings
  • Updated chart information, including temperatures, blood pressure and pulse of all patients in the ward.
  • Measure and record patient's Vision, vitals signs (Blood pressure, temperature, height)
  • Follow strict protocol procedures regarding blood pressure readings, 12-lead ECG and blood draw procedures.
  • Oversee nursing schedule for office visits for lab work, blood pressure checks, etc.
  • Monitor patient's blood pressure, pulse rate, temperature, weights and oxygen level.
  • Measured BMI, height, weight, blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose.
  • Conducted a blood pressure clinic weekly for the residents of Blackstone Apartment Complex.
  • Attend events to perform blood pressure checks, BMI readings, obtain Ht.
  • Report and document any irregular blood pressure to clinic nurse
  • Obtain blood pressure and body fat analysis.
  • Initiated and maintained Blood Pressure Clinic.
  • Conducted off-site blood pressure clinics Conducted corporate and private flu clinics
  • assisted in medical treatment of elderly patients by performing assessments taking blood pressure and helping patients in physical therapy.
  • Completed Nurse Appointments which included blood pressure re-checks, diabetic education, colonoscopy education, and other special test.
  • Performed various health screenings (i.e., glucose, cholesterol, body fat, osteoporosis, blood pressure).

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48. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Facilitated compassionate-use clinical trials for HIV-specific anti-viral medications.
  • Managed caseload of ambulatory oncology and HIV patients participating in clinical trials sponsored by the National Cancer Institute's Intramural Program.
  • Provided patient and community education about HIV disease; heavy emphasis on supporting patients in adherence to complicated medication regimens.
  • Interview and consent Human Subjects for a Five Year Longitudinal Study - Screening for Lung Cancer in smokers diagnosed with HIV.
  • Support, Educate and Refer to Mental Health for all patients with Infectious Diseases to include HIV/ Hepatitis C/Tuberculosis
  • Queen Emma Clinics, Honolulu, Hawaii - Coordinated AIDS Clinical Trial Group and managed HIV/AIDS specialty outpatient clinic
  • Provided nursing care, crisis intervention, grief work, evaluation and education to HIV positive patients.
  • Establish and manage databases for HIV positive and at-risk youth and coordination of trials and studies.
  • Managed and organized all aspects of two pediatric trials enrolling 90-100 HIV-infected children aged 1-13 year.
  • Provided nursing care to children of all ages on treatment and non-treatment protocols on HIV therapy.
  • Worked closely with HIV multidisciplinary team members in order to provide optimal care for the patients.
  • Supervised treatment of HIV-infected children enrolled in the ACTG research programs (ABT-378 Study Coordinator).
  • Care of the high-risk maternity patient (hypertension, diabetes, drug dependency, HIV).
  • Involved in development clinical protocols for Phase I & II trials of HIV related drugs.
  • Assisted with the preparation and implementation of standard operating procedures for HIV prevention trials.
  • Administer and educate patients on HIV medications for pediatric and adult patients.
  • Teach HIV classes including prevention, treatment, and coping skills.
  • Worked as a research nurse in a community-based HIV/AIDS Research Organization.
  • Provided patient care including teaching, HIV and Family Planning counseling.
  • Provided counseling and support for female veteran newly diagnosis with HIV/AIDS.

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49. LPN

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Here's how LPN is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Worked as an LPN for a busy pediatric clinic and urgent care clinic.
  • Delegated care as appropriate to aides, LPN and supportive staff.
  • Provide supervision of LPN's, PCT's and Unit Coordinators.
  • Provided clinical supervision to Mental Health Associates and LPN's.
  • Supervised LPN's and CNA's in total patient care.
  • Worked as clerk/LPN as necessary to provide clinic coverage.
  • Worked on skilled unit as a clinical nurse LPN1.
  • Supervised LPN's working in special care nursery.
  • Work with the physicians to communicate MA/LPN expectations.
  • Research Contributor: LPN to RN transition program.
  • Delegated tasks to LPNs and Care Partners.
  • Train and supervise multiple LPNs annually.
  • Supervised LPN and nursing assistant staff.
  • Provide training and precept to charge nurses, staff nurses, and RN, BSN, and LPN students.
  • Supervised other staff such as LPN's, EMT's, and PCA's.
  • Manage Anticoagulation patients with close MD-LPN collaboration.
  • Delivered care as an LPN float in five different women's health clinics within the Alegent system.
  • Supervised two-three nurses aids and two-three LPNs/LVNs in patient care delivered to San Antonio area veterans population.
  • Served as Charge RN for medical team to include supervision of up to four LPN's.
  • Managed a case load of 20 to 25 patients concurrently while supervising CNAs and LPNs.

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50. Physician Orders

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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Clinical Research Nurse jobs:
  • Administer medication via injection on a bi-weekly schedule according to physician orders.
  • Administered medications to subjects in accordance with physician orders.
  • Administer medications to patient according to physician orders.
  • Received and implementing physician orders.
  • Refilled prescriptions per physician orders.
  • Monitor and record respiratory status of patients in respiratory distress, implement physician orders, and report changes to physician.
  • Carried out physician orders in treatments, therapies and interventions to improve mobility, and respiratory functions and cardiovascular health.
  • Apply clinical skills to provide direct patient care according to physician orders while adhering to safety policies and procedures.
  • Provide patient education and care plans as well as translate physician orders and refill medications.
  • Carry out verbal and written physician orders and rounding with the physician
  • Follow plan of care and physician orders.
  • Transcribe and initiate physician orders.
  • Complete all physician orders, administer medications, and conduct treatments and tests for patients in a timely manner.
  • Ordered labs, cat scans, pet scans, MRIs, called consults, according to physician orders.
  • Carried out physician ordersPrepared incident reports and coordinated careManaged client needs and provided quality care
  • Assessed bladder and bowel regimen; implemented physician orders such and in & out catheterization schedule and bowel program schedule.
  • Participated in sick call and carried out written physician orders.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Clinical Research Nurse

Patient Care25.3%
Charge Nurse16.5%
IV6.5%
Triage6.1%
RN4.5%
Surgery4.1%
Vital Signs4.1%
Health Care3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Clinical Research Nurse

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
20%
20%
2
2
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
13.1%
13.1%
3
3
IV
IV
5.1%
5.1%
4
4
Triage
Triage
4.8%
4.8%
5
5
RN
RN
3.5%
3.5%
6
6
Surgery
Surgery
3.3%
3.3%
7
7
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
Health Care
Health Care
3%
3%
9
9
Oncology
Oncology
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Trauma
Trauma
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
ICU
ICU
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Telemetry
Telemetry
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
EKG
EKG
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Staff Members
Staff Members
2%
2%
16
16
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Clinical Trials
Clinical Trials
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Surgical Procedures
Surgical Procedures
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Diabetes
Diabetes
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Primary Care Services
Primary Care Services
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
IRB
IRB
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Data Collection
Data Collection
1%
1%
24
24
Infection Control
Infection Control
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Adverse Events
Adverse Events
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
EMR
EMR
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Pain Management
Pain Management
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Research Studies
Research Studies
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Neurology
Neurology
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Study Protocol
Study Protocol
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Blood Products
Blood Products
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Conscious Sedation
Conscious Sedation
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
FDA
FDA
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Phone Triage
Phone Triage
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Acls
Acls
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
GI
GI
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Test Cases
Test Cases
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Picc
Picc
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Pacu
Pacu
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
IM
IM
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Medical Care
Medical Care
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Lab Results
Lab Results
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Disease Process
Disease Process
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
HIV
HIV
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
LPN
LPN
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Physician Orders
Physician Orders
0.5%
0.5%

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