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  • McLean, Virginia, Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group MAPMG is an Equal opportunity Employer. To learn more, view Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law in English or Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law in Spanish . We also participate in the E-Verify program , as required by law. MAPMG is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans during our job application procedures. If you need assistance or a special accommodation, you may contact us at Careersatmapmg@kp.org Job Category: Research Requisition Number: CLINI005386 Posted: 2022-09-01 Full-Time Tysons Corner Medical Center, 18015, 8008 Westpark Drive, McLean, VA, 22102, USA Largo Med Center Upper Marlboro, 1221 Mercantile Ln, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774 Who We Are: The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, (MAPMG) is one of the nation's premier multispecialty medical groups and is the largest integrated medical group in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Founded in 1980, the medical group has more than 1,700 Permanente physicians spanning more than 50 subspecialties. Together, we serve approximately 800,000 Kaiser Permanente members in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia at 34 area medical centers, plus several community hospitals and skilled nursing facilities. Job Summary: We are seeking a Clinical Research Nurse to join the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Research Institute (MAPRI) team. The Clinical Research Nurse participates throughout the entire clinical trials study process. Specific responsibilities include preparing and submitting IRB and regulatory documents, collaborating with physicians to determine patient eligibility for clinical trials, discussing specific trials with potentially eligible patients, consenting and coordinating patients to be enrolled in specific clinical trials, and monitoring patients enrolled in clinical trials. Additional responsibilities include assisting with the development, implementation, and evaluation of clinical trials for research by pharmaceutical companies, device manufacturers, collaborating institutions, cooperative groups, and internal investigator initiated studies. Some travel is required to investigator meetings, training sessions, and to Kaiser Permanente medical centers within the region. This position has the flexibility to be based out of Tysons Corner Medical Center in Tysons Corner, Virginia or Largo Medical Center in Largo, Maryland. Responsibilities: Recruit and evaluate clinical study subjects, scheduling appointments and interviews Provide instruction to potential clinical study subjects and those involved in care of subjects on aspects of subject's care, treatments, and side-effects Explain informed consent procedures and obtain written consent Educate subjects on diagnosis and treatment plan Facilitate test and procedure scheduling for subjects participating in clinical trials and/or treatment plans according to protocol design Perform essential subject assessment functions such as accurately obtaining vital signs and collecting biological specimens Perform procedures according to the protocol using proper technique, standard precautions, and following Good Clinical Practice guidelines Complete all source documentation and Case Report Form, maintain thorough and organized study documentation, including research records, phone logs, screening logs, and regulatory binders, and accurate drug accountability records Complete, submit, and maintain documentation required by Office of Human Research Protection and regulatory documentation required by Sponsor Adhere to protocol requirements; identify and implement strategies to prevent protocol deviations and violations Follow billing policies to assure proper billing for research-related services Coordinate and participate in monitor and regulatory visits, and manage timely responses to queries. e.g., corrective action plans Monitor subject responses to protocol and communicate findings to the physician and health care team; report adverse events to the PI and others as required by protocol Attend research meetings, staff meetings, conferences, and in-service education of nursing and medical staff Foster and maintain cooperative relationships with other departments, patients, medical staff, and sponsors Responsible for knowing and following all MAPRI SOPs, IRB SOPs, Kaiser Permanente policies and procedures, and Federal rules and regulations applicable to clinical research Prepare IRB documentation as required, including: initial submissions, protocol amendments, protocol modifications, Adverse Event Reports, protocol deviations, protocol violations, continuing review, and informed consent documents Obtain and prepare regulatory documents required to conduct clinical trials, including: investigator CVs, financial disclosure forms, laboratory certifications, radiation safety exemptions, FDA 1572 forms, etc. Qualifications: Licensed Nurse (RN) in jurisdiction to which assigned Research professional certification within 2 years of hire (e.g., Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) or Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP)) DOT/IATA certification within one year of hire CPR certification Passing grade on Kaiser Permanente standard medication test Minimum three years of clinical nursing experience Minimum one year of related work experience in clinical trials research Detailed knowledge of research rules and regulations and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines Proficient with word processing and spreadsheet applications, and other software applications unique to the MAPRI Strong project management and organizational skills Strong written and oral communication skills Ability to work with minimal supervision and in self-directed manner Ability to maintain meticulous records for clinical trials and research projects, including case report forms, regulatory documents, correspondence, etc. Ability to interact on a scientific level with medical staff, physicians, and representatives of national and pharmaceutical groups Ability to collaboratively assure protocol compliance and completion Competitive Benefits: Competitive compensation package Comprehensive benefits including 100% employer-funded medical and dental insurance premiums for employees and families Great work/life balance Generous paid time off Maternity and parental leave Pension plan and 401(k) retirement plan Life insurance, and short-term disability and long-term disability coverage Education reimbursement Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity: MAPMG continuously works to identify and mitigate healthcare inequities, and that starts with providing an inclusive, supportive environment for our physicians. We encourage applicants of any race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin who value diversity and will commit to practicing culturally competent healthcare. We are proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We value our diversity and E/O/E M/F/D/V. Executive Order 11246 requires affirmative action and prohibits federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. Contractors also are prohibited from discriminating against applicants or employees because they inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or that of others, subject to certain limitations. Apply Here PI191799215
  • Lynchburg, Virginia, Hematology Oncology Nurse Practitioner Opportunity Lynchburg, VA Centra Medical Group has an opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner to join our Hematology Oncology group. Our ideal candidate would be an individual who desires to provide excellent, comprehensive, and compassionate care, thrives in a fast-paced environment, and excels at working independently with close access to physician collaboration. Oncology experience is desired, but not required. Consideration would be given to a highly self-motivated new graduate NP who has exemplified excellent clinical skills and knowledge in NP student rotations and is willing to obtain AOCNP certification within the first two years of practice.  Centra Hematology Oncology is an Outpatient Department of Centra Lynchburg General Hospital. This new and exciting position offers the opportunity to work with a talented team of oncologists and nurse practitioners, as well as a full staff of infusion oncology nurses, medical assistants, and certified technologists with a full on-site lab. The position is full-time, Monday-Friday and primarily office-based. Will also consider an NP that is interested in working part-time – 4 - 8-hour days/week. Future opportunity to assist oncologists in hospital rounding.   Job Summary Includes: Performing follow up visits and surveillance for those who have completed cancer treatment or are currently being managed for a hematologic condition. Initiating appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic medical interventions for those currently receiving chemotherapies or other therapies. Recognizing normal and abnormal laboratory, diagnostic findings and pathology involved. Completing episodic/acute visits as well as side effect management. Recognizes emergent problems. Management of chronic health conditions as they relate to the patient’s cancer care. Performing new hematology consults in coordination with the collaborative physician. On-Call rotation -one week every 4 weeks – working closely with the on-call physician, during office hours only.  This role assists our triage RN team seeing same day urgent visits, urgent telehealth, and assisting infusion RNs with urgent patient needs and infusion reactions.  We offer a competitive compensation package that includes student loan repayment assistance, relocation assistance, credentialing bonus, excellent benefits, a generous PTO plan and CME days & allowance to name a few. Lynchburg, with a population of 85,000, is a great safe place to raise a family.  Tons of outdoor activities to enjoy that include hiking, biking, mountain bike trails, camping, boating, fishing & canoeing.  Hike the beautiful Sharp Top Mountain or Appalachian Trail or Bike on the Blackwater Creek Trail or Percival’s Island in the heart of the city.  The Lynchburg Academy Center of the Arts offers some of America’s finest performing artists.  Enjoy an evening minor league baseball game with our Lynchburg Hillcats.  Children will enjoy outdoor summer movies at the park, county fairs, apple orchards, pumpkin patches and picking blueberries & strawberries.  They will love Amazement Square, an inactive hands-on children’s museum in downtown Lynchburg.  Beautiful Smith Mountain Lake is also nearby. Throughout our region, you'll find an extraordinary quality of life in friendly communities with remarkably diverse and affordable housing options. Whether you prefer urban lofts, historic mansions, suburban estates, waterfront condos, or traditional, tree-lined residential neighborhoods, it's all waiting for you here.  Taxes and utility rates are very moderate, contributing to a low overall cost of living.  There's also the convenience of being just a few hours away from coastal beaches and major metro areas such as Richmond, Charlotte, and Washington, DC.  Travel by air at Lynchburg Regional Airport or by Amtrak at our Kemper Street station. Our ideal candidate would be an individual who desires to provide excellent, comprehensive, and compassionate care, thrives in a fast-paced environment, and excels at working independently with close access to physician collaboration. Oncology experience is desired, but not required. Consideration would be given to a highly self-motivated new graduate NP who has exemplified excellent clinical skills and knowledge in NP student rotations and is willing to obtain AOCNP certification within the first two years of practice. 
  • Baltimore, Maryland, The Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy combines the skill of gifted surgeons, a team of highly-trained oncology specialists, access to the latest, most appropriate technology and medications, leading edge clinical trials and research, as well as state-of-the-art facilities. We are seeking a Nurse Practitioner to join our Medical Oncology team to work as a partner to our Medical Oncologists to see Hematology/Oncology patients and support the care of those patients, to be a resource for our chemotherapy nurses while patients are under treatment and to be engaged with our patients in all aspects of their care. Please see posting on Mercy's website at www.mdmercy.com   Must be the graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner school with board certification or eligibility. License requirements: Current State License

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