The purpose of this position is to provide the services of a licensed pharmacist which includes the responsibility for the safe and proper distribution and use of drugs in inpatients and outpatients who range in age from neonates, infants less than one year of age, children and adolescents ages 10-18, adults ages 19-65 and the elderly over age 65. This position is to function at higher decision making levels regarding drug therapy, proactively affecting drug use by making recommendations at the time prescribing decisions are being made or, in some cases, making independent decisions about drug therapy in cooperation with other health team members. This is a flexible model where traditionally centralized functions, such as order entry/verifications, will become part of decentralized practice as the technology associated with patient care evolves.
This role is located within the Home Infusion Pharmacy Department. This position provides technical support to the Home Infusion department through packaging of patient orders, maintenance of medical equipment, inventory management and coordination of deliveries. Home infusion employees working this shift are responsible for ensuring accountability and accuracy of standard operations procedures in home infusion pharmacy. This position requires driving of personally-owned vehicle in order to assist with transfer of medications and supplies. Position works under direct supervision of a Pharmacist who is responsible for the safe and proper distribution of medication to home infusion patients.
The Perianesthesia CNA works as a member of an interdisciplinary team in the South PACU. Provides support to the nursing team for Pre/Post and PACU in Perioperative Services by performing simple procedures and treatments and maintaining a safe, clean, efficiently stocked, and friendly environment. The CNA is expected to float within the Perioperative Division.
Now accepting Associate's degrees! Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available. BSN program must be started within 3 years of hire and completed within 5 years. OHSU has terrific education reimbursement programs!
The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN's care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN's engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.
To access the RN Role Description and Department Specific Requirement Addendums go to the TTP Program webpage: https://www.ohsu.edu/nursing-careers/transition-practice-ttp-program
The laboratory of Dr. Paul Kievit has a postdoctoral position available in the Division of Cardiometabolic Health at the Oregon National Primate Research Center at Oregon Health & Sciences University. A major focus in our group is examining the reciprocal relationship between obesity-associated changes in metabolism & systemic inflammation and infectious diseases. Current projects study the impact of obesity in nonhuman primate models of HIV and SARS-CoV-2. All studies depend on a highly collaborative work environment within the lab, ONPRC, and external collaborators. The experiments proposed include physiological measurements of metabolism to examine glucose and insulin homeostasis, measurements of body composition, serum profiles, and microbiome analysis. In addition, there will be extensive ex-vivo analysis of organ specific metabolism (ie pancreas, brain, fat, liver) to generate molecular mechanistic data as well as transcriptomic data analysis from single cell and single nuclei RNAseq data sets.
Responsibilities will include:
- Assisting at multiple phases of the study, including data collection, data analysis, and results dissemination by publications and presentations at national meetings.
- Plans, conducts and completes laboratory experiments. Performs primary molecular techniques which could include cell culture (including primary cell isolation and culture), flow cytometry, PCR, DNA/RNA assays, enzymatic assays, microscopy, tissue collection and analysis including IHC staining.
- Maintenance of breeding colonies, wean litters, provide mouse identification numbers, collect tissue, blood, and urine, and maintain records in a computer database.
Labratory Bench Work:
- Significant participation in the planning, performance, and interpretation of animal studies. Opportunities exist to learn and perform other experimental techniques including mouse surgeries, immunofluorescence, and Western blotting.
- Duties include ensuring animal research regulatory compliance, administration of IACUC protocols, general lab maintenance, ordering, and reagent preparation.
Compliance & Education:
- Timely participation in required compliance reporting, protocols, and training. Ability to train others in commonly used laboratory practices.
This position will be assigned to the Anatomic Pathology Division, with principal responsibilities in Surgical Pathology, which operates under a subspecialty sign out model. The responsibilities include the clinical service and teaching functions of the sections, as well as sharing evening and weekend call on an equal basis. Your service and other assignments will be reviewed and modified by the department Chair, as needed.
Your educational responsibilities include participation in the instructional program for medical and graduate students, residents and fellows of the Department as assigned by the Chair.
Your service responsibilities include participation in committees and councils of OHSU; outreach and public service programs and professional societies with the knowledge and consent of the Chair.
Your research responsibilities are to participate in clinical and basic research programs at OHSU as opportunities provide, and to work toward funding these studies through grants and contracts.
This posting may be used to fill more than one position.
This position will be assigned to the Anatomic Pathology Division, with principal responsibilities in Surgical Pathology, which operates under a subspecialty sign out model. The responsibilities include the clinical service and teaching functions of the sections, as well as sharing evening and weekend call on an equal basis.
- Educational responsibilities include participation in the instructional program for medical and graduate students, residents and fellows of the Department as assigned by the Chair.
- Service responsibilities include participation in committees and councils of OHSU; outreach and public service programs and professional societies with the knowledge and consent of the Chair.
- Research responsibilities are to participate in clinical and basic research programs at OHSU as opportunities provide, and to work toward funding these studies through grants and contracts.
Service and other assignments will be reviewed and modified by the department Chair, as needed.
This posting may be used to fill more than one position.
This position will be assigned to the Anatomic Pathology Division, with principal responsibilities in Cytopathology, with additional responsibilities in Surgical Pathology, which operates under a subspecialty sign out model. The responsibilities include the clinical service and teaching functions of the sections, as well as sharing evening and weekend call on an equal basis.
Educational responsibilities include participation in the instructional program for medical and graduate students, residents and fellows of the Department as assigned by the Chair.
Service responsibilities include participation in committees and councils of OHSU; outreach and public service programs and professional societies.
Research responsibilities include participation in clinical and basic research programs at OHSU as opportunities provide, and to work toward funding these studies through grants and contracts.
Independently Develop and Write Evidence Synthesis Research Products
- Lead the preparation of research products for public payers and health policy decision makers according to Center style or client guidelines and research methods, ensuring accuracy and clarity, and using narrative text, tables, and appropriate illustrations
- Present research findings to clients via webinar or in-person meetings or conferences
- Research and analyze the context of the question(s) that clients are asking and convert questions into structured, answerable research questions
- Work with an information specialist to construct and carry out appropriate search strategies to address research questions posed by clients
- Identify relevant research studies, additional grey literature, clinical practice guidelines, and policy documents, and determine their relevance to the research question(s)
- Critically evaluate the risk of bias and applicability of included research studies and clinical practice guidelines
- Appropriately assign a certainty of evidence rating (e.g., GRADE) from the body of evidence for select outcomes
- Conduct meta-analyses for evidence synthesis projects, as needed
- Create and manage references in a citation management software program (e.g., EndNote)
- Manage evidence synthesis steps and workflow using structured systematic review software (e.g., DistillerSR)
- Develop interview protocols and conduct interviews with key informants, as needed
- Track report progress, anticipating next steps, and gather required information from internal team, colleagues, and external contacts to produce high-quality, timely research products
- Respond to peer review and editor comments in a productive and timely manner and adhere to all timelines for projects
Communication and Dissemination
- Develop and maintain effective relationships with Center clients
- Represent the Center at selected national, international, and state-level conferences, meetings and other events, preparing materials for distribution and making presentations that effectively communicate research and the Center’s goals and mission
Under minimal supervision, primary responsibilities include:
- Collaborating with research teams to define and document data requirements
- Collaborating with database engineers for data integration and data processes
- Developing, implementing, maintaining, and documenting source to target mappings, ETLs, and data workflows
- Quality control of data and processes
- Assisting with visualization and report generation for tumor boards, research teams, and progress and/or metric reports
- Processing data query requests
OHSU is committed to leading the development of next-generation patient care through discoveries made by data analytics, enabled by values of open access data, collaborative team science, and professional engineering methodologies. You are:
- committed to both patient care and transparent sharing of information,
- enthusiastic about working in a team committed to practical problem-solving, and
- an organized self-starter who enjoys creative freedom in solving both organizational and technical challenges.
Given this position's responsibilities, it is eligible for telework. Note: while OHSU has support for remote workers in Oregon and Washington, there are limited resources for supporting employees living in other states.
The Research Project Coordinator, Entry (RPCE) position will coordinate small to medium sized research and implementation science projects. They work with the Primary Investigator and Research Project Manager on design, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination efforts, including developing sections of grant proposals, manuscripts and presentations. In addition, the RPCE builds and fosters relationships with community clinicians and clinics in order to conduct healthcare research projects.
Specific responsibilities include:
- Monitor study activities and milestones
- Organize team meetings
- Train and indirectly supervise students and junior staff
- Foster relationships with stakeholders
- Draft sections of grant proposals
- Recruit and enroll study participants
- Contribute to the development and implementation of study and quality improvement protocols
- Participate in data collection, tracking and/or analysis
Practice and Primary Care Advancement
- Seeks opportunities to build academic – practice partnerships to test new models of care, provide a point-of-entry for translational research, and serve statewide communities
- Negotiates contracts for service delivery and ensures that deliverables are specified and met
- Ensures SON engagement with the OHSU Credentialing Committee and compliance with evaluation processes for APRN faculty engaged with practice
- I-CAN – community-based, statewide practice/education model
- Monitors and measures the cost-benefit of practices to ensure the fiscal viability of the practice mission and the sustainability of the practice for those being served
- Identifies interventional research that bears potential for eventual service delivery; co-develops a business plan to seamlessly transition research into practice
- Seeks multi-sourced grant and philanthropic funding to advance the practice mission and faculty practice
- Represents the school’s interests in faculty practice and local, regional, and national meetings (AACN, NNCC, etc.)
- Assists other Senior Associate Deans with advanced practice and clinical linkages into curricula and discovery
Human and Fiscal Resource Management
- Provides leadership to faculty and supervisors to establish and/or successfully maintain practice as a part of the faculty role
- Establishes faculty practice standards and ensures compliance with federal, state, and university requirements for practice
- Establishes practice standards and norms and compares faculty productivity to academic-faculty practice settings
- Provides administrative oversight for all statewide faculty practices
Administrative Oversight and Functions
- Serves on the Dean’s administrative council and on university councils and committees relevant to the practice mission
- Maintains an active presence in all locations where academic – service partnerships are in place and/or can be developed
- Participates in budgeting and forecasting activities; monitors and ensures compliance with strategic, operational, and budget plans
- Supervises key faculty, professional and support staff that are inherent in the practice and primary care environment
- Prepares professional communications that are critical to the policy, practice, and primary care functions
- Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Dean
The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) serves as a resource and partner for management and employees in their assigned client group, ensuring equitable, consistent, and proactive partnership on people and culture topics in alignment with OHSU’s mission and business objectives. The HRBP develops and implements HR strategies focused on organizational effectiveness, equity and inclusion, employee engagement, talent management, employee relations, and labor relations.
- Provide equitable, timely, and consistent interpretation and guidance on HR policies and procedures, employee and labor relations matters, performance management conversations and documentation, conflict resolution, compensation, benefits, discipline, grievances, arbitrations, and other employee services.
- Partner with managers and the HR team to ensure employment decisions are equitable, including those around promotions, compensation changes, hiring, corrective action, and separations.
- Receive and respond to complaints; conduct investigations into complaints of code of conduct issues or other issues, ensuring a thorough process and documentation; recommend actions for resolution of complaints and follow through with those involved.
- In partnership with internal stakeholders and partners, implement preventive and restorative approaches aimed at mitigating, addressing, responding to, and healing harm.
- Collaborate with managers on team development, individual performance, career development conversations, and building capacity for growth; reinforce effective use of performance and development review frameworks and tools to foster employee performance and development.
- Collaborate with the Learning & Organizational Development team to curate resources and opportunities that develop common competencies and skills.
- In collaboration with the labor relations unit, respond to grievances.
- Build relationships with union stewards in support of developing an amicable and collaborative partnership between management and labor.
- Participate in HR policy and procedure updates and other HR special projects aimed at addressing the ongoing and emerging challenges of assigned client groups.
- Provide contract and policy interpretation and support managers and employees on the consistent application of policies, contract provision, and procedures.
- Respond to questions from employees and direct employees to appropriate resources. In partnership with HR partners, develop resources that respond to recurring questions or issues.
- In collaboration with the SHRBP, use HR data to identify trends and changes that inform HR strategies and programs.
- Provide coaching and counseling to managers and employees on topics relating to employee performance, development, engagement, and common HR compliance topics.
- Assists the SHRBP in assessing, investigating, and addressing complex employee and labor relations issues.
- Participate in the development and review of HR communications provided to the workforce.
The Institute on Development and Disability in the Department of Pediatrics seeks an Occupational Therapist on a flex schedule to support its patient population in Eugene, Oregon. This position will provide Occupational Therapy flex coverage for assessment and treatment services for children with suspect and diagnosed developmental disabilities, neuromuscular and orthopedic impairments, and special health care needs at the Eugene office of the Institute on Development and Disability, Child Development and Rehabilitation Center/Oregon Health and Science University under the immediate supervision of the CDRC Eugene Clinical Director and the IDD Occupational Therapy Discipline Director.
The individual in this position may provide indirect educational experiences to pre-occupational therapy students from the University of Oregon and direct training for Occupational Therapy Interns or Occupational Therapy Assistant students who are completing requirements for Licensure or Certification.
Key duties and responsibilities: (On an as-needed basis)
- Provide Occupational Therapy treatment services for infants, children and youth with Developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual Disability; Neuromuscular, and orthopedic disorders
- Perform Occupational Therapy evaluations that contribute to interdisciplinary team diagnosis, and determine treatment goals
- Coordinate care with CDRC interdisciplinary teams and community providers including primary care providers, early intervention, school and other treating therapists.
- Routinely document all patient contacts including evaluations, treatment plans, treatment notes, discharge planning and/or summary notes in compliance with OHSU, JCAHO, and 3rd party payer standards
- Participate in education and training of Occupational Therapy interns, therapy assistant students and pre-OT students.
- Participate in other activities appropriate to the discipline of Occupational Therapy and consistent with the mission and goals of IDD-CDRC and OHSU. Activities include but are not limited to, consultation and technical assistance to families, community agencies and providers, in-service presentations, and research appropriate to the discipline of Occupational Therapy.
Note, this position is located in Eugene, OR
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
The Advanced Practice Provider (APP- NP or PA) serving as the Neuro-Oncology APP is a faculty member credentialed and privileged to serve as a licensed independent practitioner and is a member of the OHSU Professional Staff practicing in accordance with the respective bylaws.
The Neuro-Oncology APP has the responsibility to be scheduled and/or allocated to Neuro-Oncology department for medical management of their acute care patients. Additionally, the Neuro-Oncology APP is responsible to partner with the patient, family, pharmacist, and nurse case manager to impact timely and effective discharges and patient flow; impact patient and family experience through communication and education; mentor residents, clinical nurses and others; promote an interdisciplinary approach to care; and support new processes to improve patient outcomes. The Neuro-Oncology APP delivers care to both inpatients and outpatients.
In addition to key job responsibilities, qualifications and other job requirements listed below, the Neuro-Oncology APP is expected to comply with scope of practice, other laws, regulations, OHSU policy, and other applicable professional standards of practice.
The AGACNP/ ACNP shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the universities missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service. The AGACNP/ ACNP is expected to comply with the scope of practice, other laws, regulations, OHSU policy, and other applicable professional standards of practice.
The AGACNP/ ACNP delivers healthcare services to individuals within the scope of their license, provides advanced education to students, peers and others; and, may contribute to new knowledge and/or technology by conducting or participating in scholarship.
Layton Center clinical trials team Senior Clinical Research Coordinators (TI Senior Clinical Research Assistants) are highly organized and are responsible for duties related to the implementation of human subject research protocols. Senior Clinical Research Coordinators must effectively and professionally communicate (verbally including by phone and video call as well as in writing) within the Layton Center clinical trials team, with many other departments at OHSU, with study sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs), with vendors, and with study participants/volunteers.
Clinical Trial Coordination
- Recruiting, screening, consenting, and enrolling eligible participants/volunteers for interventional and observational clinical trials.
- Preparing for and coordinating in-person study visits including scheduling of study participants/volunteers, study staff (including physicians and nurses), of clinic space, infusion appointments, and/or imaging appointments under minimal supervision.
- Coordinating with OHSU research pharmacies and assisting with intervention administration.
- Assisting with and/or administration of neurocognitive assessments/tests.
- Collection and entry of study data on case report forms (CRFs).
- Collecting vital signs and blood; Performing EKGs/ECGs.
- Collection and timely reporting of adverse event (AE) data to study sponsors and Institutional Review Boards (IRBs).
- Data entry into study-specific databases and clinical trial electronic data capture (EDC) systems; Responding to EDC queries.
- Collection, processing, storage, and/or shipment of biologic samples (such as blood, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid); Study visit supply organization, inventory checks, and ordering.
- Maintaining communication with study participants/volunteers throughout the trial and follow up period.
- Assisting with study start-up activities, including correspondence with the OHSU IRB and industry sponsor IRBs; administration management in the OHSU clinical trials management system (eCRIS).
- Collaboration with the clinical research billing office to ensure accuracy and completeness; Assisting with billing review and charge reconciliation.
- Routine correspondence with the OHSU IRB and industry sponsor IRBs related to required submissions, protocol modifications, and continuing reviews.
- Regulatory document and binder maintenance in compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) standards.
- Preparation for and coordination of monitoring visits.
- Ensuring compliance with all protocol and regulatory requirements.
- Recognition of, documentation of, and communication about protocol deviations within sponsor and institutional guidelines.
- Attending, actively participating in, and providing updates at recurring Layton Center clinical trials team meetings.
- Assisting leadership with ensuring consistent project management, complex logistics, quality assurance, and participant safety.
- Must be willing and able serve as a backup for other Layton Center clinical trials Clinical Research Coordinators (Clinical Research Assistants) to provide coverage for time off.
Clinical Research Assistant, Student Worker, and Volunteer Training and Supervision
- Onboarding and training of clinical research assistants (CRAs), student workers, other staff, and volunteers.
Maintenance of Research, Ethics, Compliance, and Safety Training
- Ensuring that required Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) program trainings are complete, up to date, and renewed in a timely manner.
***New-hires are eligible for a hiring bonus & relocation incentives ***
- Ability to lift, bend, stoop, reach, carry, push, pull and walk throughout the work period. Able to lift 35 lbs independently. Complies with the safe patient mobilization policy when lifting or positioning dependent patients, including using mechanical lifts and coordinating the assistance of other personnel.
- Must be able to use all senses: seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, and speaking. Reasonable accommodations include corrective lenses and/or hearing aids.
- The work environment carries risk of exposure to human tissue/fluids and radiation.
- Must be able to deal with competing needs and priorities of internal and external customers, including making correct judgments regarding ensuring safe conditions for patients, families, and other personnel.
- Use of all hospital approved clinical equipment. Significant use of computers, copiers, multi-line phones, and fax.
- Float between EP/CATH procedures, 6 procedure labs, inpatient, day patient, outpatient workflows, and two work sites (Marquam Hill campus and Center for Health and Healing 2) upon request of the team while maintaining caring and compassionate relationships.
Department Specific Working Conditions:
- Ability to stand up to four to six hours without sitting
- Ability to tolerate moving throughout entire shift.
- Ability to wear up to 20lbs of leaded aprons for four to six hours.
- Fast paced admit/recovery environment, with often competing priorities and quick turn-over of patients.
- Must have the ability to apply and maintain manual pressure to femoral arterial and venous access sites.
- Extensive patient contact. The potential for exposure to communicable diseases, radiation, body fluids on a daily basis.
- Technologist is required to wear lead apron (up to 22 lbs.) for the majority of the day when involved in procedure.
- Ability to respond to cardiac (STEMI) emergencies within 30 minutes while on call.
- Manage CHSE internal TAF-based research data infrastructure - 40%
- Lead development of the TAF Open Source analytic toolset - 25%
- Manage the TAF Open Source Github Repository and assist researchers in using the toolset - 15%
- Providing technical support and training to other analysts and investigators - 15%
- Other duties as assigned or needed - 5%
- Tract tracing experiments: Learn and perform surgical protocols to trace different populations of sympathetic neurons innervating different tissues, using rodent models. Work collaboratively with others to conduct tract tracing on rodents participating in the myocardial infarction model. Design experiments to address the needs of the research project as they arise.
- Immunocytochemistry: Perform histological procedures and image analysis, including quantitative comparisons between cell types and treatment groups. Use confocal microscope and other laboratory instruments. Includes keeping laboratory in good working order, maintaining supplies, preparing solutions, and assisting other team members as needed.
- Documentation and data management: Maintain complete and accurate laboratory records of study procedures and results; back up data regularly, including images; assist with analysis of results.
- Communication: Regularly report experiment progress to supervisor and other team members; participate in lab meetings; assist with presentation of study results in abstracts, papers, or presentations.
- This position description may not include all duties of this position and additional duties may be added at the direction of Sue Aicher, Ph.D. and Beth Habecker, Ph.D.
- Compliance expectation: Perform all compliance and training requirements for research staff at OHSU. Carry out job responsibilities in an ethical, effective, and professional manner. Model ethical and appropriate behavior, professional standards, compliance, and personal integrity. Understand and comply with the Code of Conduct, OHSU and departmental policies and procedures, applicable rules, regulations.