Research Nurse

University of Bristol - School of Social and Community Medicine

Work Hours 21.0 Hours per Week
Expected Start Date: 01/01/2017
Expected End Date: 30/06/2018

School of Social and Community Medicine

ALSPAC is a large birth cohort study founded in the early 1990s that has collected comprehensive and detailed information on study children and their parents from pregnancy through to adulthood.

We are looking for a research nurse for an exciting, new, world-wide, multi-centred asthma study. In this role, you will be the primary contact point for the participants taking part in the ALSPAC arm of the research study. You will ideally be an experienced respiratory nurse and be able to work flexibly for 21 hours per week. There is a requirement to work occasional Saturdays and late evenings.

The post holder will organise clinics, write study standard operating procedures and carry out data collection on study participants in accordance with study protocols. The role will involve undertaking spirometry and allergy testing as well as collecting samples through sputum induction and nasal lavage, and collection of a venous blood sample.

Further enquiries: Jill Allen, Clinic Manager, extension 10035, email: jill.allen@bristol.ac.uk

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