The Duke Cancer Network is seeking a registered nurse with demonstrated skill and knowledge about the complex technical treatment requirements for care of the oncology patient on clinical trials, who: assists with the effective and efficient clinical operations provided in Duke affiliated medical oncology programs, establishing and evaluating systems to improve patient care.
This is achieved through assistance with:
provision of direct patient care,
development of care delivery systems and programs to ensure the provision of a DUHS standard of quality care at affiliated sites,
coordination of clinical and research services at affiliated sites,
effectively building relationships, facilitation and collaboration with all parties involved in with the Duke-affiliated radiation and medical oncology programs,
Collaboration with DCN administrative, medical, and clinical nursing leadership.
The nurse interacts with nursing leadership and nursing staff in affiliated hospitals in support of Duke-affiliated cancer programs and represents the interests of the Duke Cancer Network on committees, teams and other public forums. Functions within the policies and procedures of the Duke University Health System and local affiliated oncology programs.
Duke Network Services supports a wide range of community-based specialty and hospital affiliations by linking them with the renowned expertise of Duke Health through innovative programs that promote evidence-based medicine, improve community health, and facilitate access to research.