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Research nurses help to organize and conduct clinical studies. Although responsibilities vary per study, research nurses complete a variety of tasks which may include administrative duties, intake interviews, obtaining consent forms, grant writing and medical testing. They are often the primary contact for participants, and must be on-call to answer patients’ questions or for medical emergencies.
To qualify for research nurse jobs, candidates need to be at least an RN, although many research nurses have master’s or doctoral degrees. They should be highly organized because accurate reporting is critical to the outcome of the study. Depending on experience and the facility, research nurse jobs may be a coordinated effort involving many healthcare professionals, or can be administered independently. Research nurses generally enjoy regular, daylight hours with weekends and holidays off, though this can vary. Research nurse jobs can be in a variety of facilities, including teaching hospitals, government agencies and private companies.
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