McLaren Health Care PH1 Research NPP in Detroit, Michigan
Provide both direct and indirect patient care in managing the
health care needs of the Phase 1 Service patients, in alignment with PH1
Clinical Trial Protocols using advanced skills in physical exam, diagnosis,
treatment. Writes medical orders
(including medications, tests and invasive procedures) and may perform invasive
procedures (such as skin punch biopsies), subject to internal and external
rules, regulations and credentialing.
Works on the Phase 1 Service and is sub-investigator on Phase 1
Clinical Trials. Functions as a
semi-autonomous practitioner working in collaboration with PH1 physician, and
is directly accountable for making clinical judgments using independent and
interdependent decision-making skills.
Diagnostic reasoning, advanced therapeutic interventions and education
are key elements in the direct provision of care using a collaborative research
Serves as a consultant, educator, and PH1 sub-investigator
including participation in study teleconferences to provide site-specific
clinician insight on emerging patient and trial data. Evaluates patient status, consults the
appropriate PH1 research protocol, assesses need for protocol compliant changes
in treatment plans and consults with PH1 physician as needed.
Evaluates the quality of care rendered; analyzes and promotes
system changes to enhance quality of care and organizational
effectiveness/efficiency; conducts/utilizes research to promote health and
improve health care delivery. Serves on
PH1 team working groups and handles other PH1 service special projects as
assigned. In addition, is expected to
assume responsibility for one’s own professional development.
- Current State of
Michigan Licensure as either a Nurse Practitioner or as a Physician Assistant.
State of Michigan current Controlled Substance license required.
Minimum Two years clinical experience as an NP or PA required, with
clinical experience in oncology strongly preferred.
- Experience in
clinical research strongly preferred, especially in oncology early phase
decision-making skills with resulting accountability. Experience inspiring and
building confidence in others while successfully forging team-oriented
relationships across functions is highly desirable.
- Proven provider
of superb cancer patient care, both in terms of quality and service.
Exceptionalanalytical ability to assess data, and then develop treatment plans inaccordance with research protocols and prescribe medications.
Strongindependent judgment skills to monitor and respond to changes in patientconditions are necessary.
Excellentinterpersonal skills, including ability to communicate effectively both orallyand in writing, so as to effectively communicate with patients, familymembers, medical staff and Phase 1 team members.
Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans
Primary Location: Michigan-Detroit-Karmanos Cancer Cntr/Instit
Organization KCI30-Karmanos Cancer Institute
Employee Status Regular
Shift Day Job
Job Type Standard
Req ID: 21001665