Functions as a specialist physician in performing duties involving direct care of patients with advanced malignancies and those receiving treatment on clinical trials. Evaluates new patients and formulates treatment plan under supervision of the assigned faculty member. The level of direction and guidance received from the assigned faculty member varies according to the individual's knowledge, skill and years of experience, as determined by the assigned faculty member.
The TCRS Drug Development Scholar Program provides one-two years of intense training that will include clinical trials development, patient recruitment and follow up, statistical analysis, bioinformatics and regulatory affairs. The Drug Development Scholar is expected to abide by all hospital and Medical Staff policies and procedures and participate fully in the educational activities of the Drug Development Scholar Program.
Staff member must demonstrate knowledge of internal medicine and hematology/oncology and demonstrate the skills necessary to provide direct and indirect care appropriate
to the needs of patients admitted on his/her assigned unit. The individual must possess the ability to assess each patient's requirements relative to his/her medical and age-specific needs and to provide the care needed as described in the Department Operating Policies.
Knowledge of medicine as acquired through completion of a doctoral degree in medicine from an approved program.
Completion of a postgraduate training program in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology with added qualifications in Medical Oncology and or hematology
Eligible for a medical license or Institutional Permit issued by the AZ Medical Board
Completion of an approved fellowship program in oncology or hematology/oncology. Experience writing and conducting therapeutic oncology trials.
Scottsdale Healthcare - 2 years ago
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