Long Beach Memorial and Miller Children†s Hospital Long Beach recently achieved Magnet® recognition! Magnet recognition is determined by the American Nurses Credentialing Center†s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®, which ensures that rigorous standards for nursing excellence are met. With this credential, Long Beach Memorial and Miller Children†s join the Magnet community-a select group of 395 health care organizations out of nearly 6,000 U.S. health care organizations internationally. Receiving this designation is an endorsement and recognition of our high quality, compassionate care, expert staff, and healing environment. RN, Research Supervisor The RN, Research Supervisor is responsible for developing, implementing and supervising all research activities for the Long Beach Memorial Heart and Vascular Institute. This includes managing the day-today research operations, assisting physicians open new research studies, monitoring the finances of research studies and compliance with regulatory agencies. The Research Supervisor will also manage employees and workflow to ensure that patient and investigator expectations are optimally met. In conjunction with the Medical Director the ideal candidate will provide leadership for the MemorialCare Heart and Vascular Institute Research Program. Responsibilities:
- Assists with the planning and development of the MemorialCare Heart and Vascular Institute Cardiac Research Program Services, in conjunction with the goals of LBMMC and MHS.
- Responsible for staffing, supervising and coordinating all clinical research activities.
- Oversees patient study enrollment, clinical and clinical follow up
- Personnel management, financial management and physician relations.
- Develops and implements strategies to expand the clinical research program.
- Identifies, develops, and implements new system tools and programs.
- Identifies performance improvement opportunities within the Research Department.
- Develops departmental budget and oversee utilization of resources.
association of Clinical Research Professionals - 11 months ago
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