Provide support as part of a team working to understand, diagnose, treat, and prevent disorders related to infant mortality
Ensure that required documentation is complete and is in compliance with regulations and standards
Assist as needed to perform protocol procedures including data and specimen collection
Label samples, log samples into research specimen log book, and package samples for transfer to research lab for analysis
Chaperon during vaginal research ultrasounds
Coordinate return dates for subsequent research visits as described in participant's consent for enrollment and protocol
Prepare and update research chart prior to appointment date
Evaluate triage subjects to identify previously enrolled participants as well as subjects eligible for new enrollment according to obstetric diagnoses and enrollment inclusion criteria
Perform other duties as assigned
Two positions are available. Please note which position you are interested in when applying.
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm
Three 12.5 hour days (Monday – Sunday). Both day and night positions are available.
Ideal candidates for these positions will hold a Bachelor's degree in nursing and be a registered RN in the State of Michigan. Additionally, demonstrated clinical skills are required including an in-depth knowledge of labor and delivery, antepartum and postpartum patient care, and high-risk antenatal care.
Internal Number: 043689
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