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May 222017
 


HJF Medical Research International, Inc (HJFMRI)

Vacancy: Clinical Officer (Reproductive Health)

HJF Medical Research International (HJFMRI) in collaboration with The Walter Reed Project, HIV Program-Kericho is seeking to fill the above position. HJFMRI / Walter Reed Project-Kericho carries out HIV / AIDS vaccine and therapeutic research, and supports HIV prevention, care and treatment programs in South Rift Valley.

Job Summary: To conduct HIV and other health-related research activities; and manage clinical trial participants
in the Clinical Research Center.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

1. Provide clinical care to study participants

2. Observe good clinical practice.

3. Provide reproductive health care to study participants

4. Participate in other routine clinic activities including but not limited to:

  • Obtaining patient vital signs (i.e. blood pressure, pulse rate, respiratory rate, temperature, height and weight),
  • Phlebotomy/collection of laboratory specimens;
  • Review of laboratory results; scheduling appointments;
  • Assist the clinic team in tracking patients lost to follow-up.
  • Provide counseling on HIV, pregnancy and birth control measures to participants

5. Maintain study participants’ confidentiality.

6. Perform any other relevant duty assigned by the supervisor.

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