RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE MUHCThe Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) is a world-renowned biomedical and hospital research centre. Located in Montreal, Quebec, the Institute is the research arm of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. The RI-MUHC is supported in part by the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS).Position summaryThe nurse will be involved with clinical care and research at the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) clinic. Their main role will include care coordinating and following IBD patients. The nurse will work closely with IBD physicians as well as with other gastroenterology nurses on various projects. The nurse will cover for colleagues or act as an additional resource to the primary IBD nurse.General Duties• Obtains patient consent,• Recruits patients,• Performs clinical evaluations and follow-up of IBD patients, • Dispenses and administers medications,• Follows up on laboratory results, flags abnormal values to physicians,• Coordinates care for patients,• Performs bloods draws,• Processes and prepares biological samples for international shipment,• Completes up-to-date training specific to protocols,• Complies with Good clinical practice standards (GCP).
• Minimum of a DEC in Nursing,• Must be a good standing member of OIIQ,• Good critical thinking, time management, and organizational skills a must, • Bilingualism: written and oral communication skills in English and French required, • Good blood procurement and intravenous access skills.
Status: Full time, 1 year contractPay Scale: Salary according to experience and qualifications. Work Shift: 5 days/week (35 hrs/week)Work Site: Montreal General Hospitalhttps://rimuhc.ca/careersTo learn more about our benefits, please visit http://rimuhc.ca/en/compensation-and-benefitsTHIS IS NOT A HOSPITAL POSITION.NOTE: The masculine gender has been used for brevity and includes the feminine gender.
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