Seeking RN with two years experience working in a neurological hospital unit or clinic specifically evaluating patients with Multiple Sclerosis. The RN will be working for a home health agency and is considered part-time work. This is a perfect role for someone looking to take on additional hours while working another part or full time job. The needs of this position is to participate in a clinical trial for immediate work. RN services will be to complete study protocol training and services provided are conducted in subject participants homes. RN are not going to a clinic site.
Applicants must have extensive neurological experience providing evaluation through Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) or dedicated experience to neurology, MS, or epilepsy floor at a hospital or strong clinical experience in providing Neuro Assessments on a regular basis.
Interested applicants are requested to send an updated CV which clearly describes the type of neurological evaluation experience. Clinical trial experience is a plus.
All travel time and hourly work paid for.
Applicants will be initially applying to Marken who is acting as a recruiter for this role to ensure the background of applicants meets the criteria of study protocol. Once reviewed, the CV will be provided to the agency that will be offering employment for this trial.
Strong clinical experience in providing Neuro Assessments on a regular basis
Additional Salary Information: Negotiation of hourly rate will be discussed prior to accepting position.
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Established in 1980, Marken is the only patient-centric supply chain organization dedicated to the life sciences and clinical trials industry. Marken recently made the strategic decision to expand its direct to patient service line to include in-home health care services for clinical trials. Marken coordinates home health care professionals (HHCP) to support patient visits in the home across a wide range of services, including; investigational product administration, collection of biological samples, patient and caregiver training, etc. Conducting these services in the home helps to remove the barriers which typically impacts a patients’ willingness to participate in a clinical trial. This service positively impacts trial completion rates which can make a big impact on advancing human health.www.marken.com