Band 6 & 7 Clinical Research Nurse Lung Function Clinic - University College London Hospital

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UCLH are currently looking for a Band 6 or 7 Clinical Research Nurse to work with them in the UCLH Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) Centre provides a diagnostic and management service for patients with ILD and sarcoidosis. This role will be for a few months Full Time Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm.

The successful applicant will work with the clinical team to review patients post COVID, face to face and by telephone. The nurse will also collect clinical data from EHR and liaise with clinicians on future investigations including research bloods. Potential to do a nested research project within this. Will work with member of the respiratory and ID team.

This post presents an excellent opportunity for someone looking to work within a dynamic multidisciplinary team at an international centre of clinical and research excellence.  The post is flexible and the post holder would co-ordinate with other members of the respiratory team to ensure excellent clinical care of all patients both in trials and under general respiratory care.

Required Skills:

  • NMC Registration
  • Cannulation and phlebotomy
  • GCP approved
  • 6 months NHS Research experience preferable – though not essential
  • Available for a full time post Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm


Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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