|Reference: ||HY0100 |
|Campus: ||Hull and NHS Sites |
|Faculty/Area: ||Hull York Medical School |
|Department: ||Centre for Health and Population Sciences |
|Salary: ||NHS Agenda for Change scales |
| ||Fixed Term 24 months |
|Post Type: ||Full Time |
|Closing Date: ||Wednesday 02 December 2015 |
This post is based within the University of Hull’s Supportive care, Early Diagnosis and Advanced disease (SEDA) Research Group in the Hull York Medical School. The main part of the role will be providing support to the EmPress study, which is funded by Cancer Research UK, and involves a detailed investigation of cancer diagnosis presentation pathways. We are comparing the pathway to diagnosis for patients with colorectal and lung cancer who are referred via the two week wait referral route with those who present as emergencies. Participants will be identified shortly after diagnosis and will be asked to complete a short questionnaire with the help of the research nurse. We will also review hospital and GP records.
We are looking for a research nurse with experience of community care and an understanding of recruitment to and conduct of clinical research studies. The post will be based in Hull, but will involve some travel to York, North Lincolnshire and Leeds in particular.
Secondment opportunity for this post will be considered.
The appointed candidate must be able to start in this role by 1 March 2016 due to funding.
To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod, E firstname.lastname@example.org (T 01482 463482).
For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk and for SEDA http://www.hyms.ac.uk/researchcentres/chaps/research/seda
Candidates wanting to apply for this post must complete the online application form along with uploading a current CV and a covering letter.
Interviews are expected to be held in Hull on 22nd December 2015. Apply hereHY0100 Research Nurse_Job Description
The University of Hull is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in every aspect of our recruitment processes.
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