The position will complete an ongoing clinical trial at Casey Hospital, Berwick, comparing newborn heart rate and oxygen saturations in the first 30 minutes after birth, in women that receive early or delayed oxytocin administration during delayed cord clamping.
This role, will require someone who is personable (high patient contact role), highly organised (management of study database) and a willingness to learn and work in a dynamic and research focused environment.
Your main responsibilities will be:
· Identification of suitable candidates from antenatal clinic lists
· Recruitment of women from these lists and those presenting in the early stages of labour, to obtain written, informed consent prior to delivery
· Randomisation of patients
· Placement of pulse oximetry on the newborn immediately after delivery and recording of data for up to 30 minutes.
If you are a Registered Nurse Division I or II, neonatal nurse or midwife and a current practicing certificate with excellent communication and organizational skills we welcome your application.Travel to associated hospitals is required so a valid Victorian driver’s licence is essential
Closing date: Sunday 21 May @ 5pm
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