Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Liver Disease and Hepatitis Program – RN Hepatology Nurse Specialist (Job ID: 92)

Under general supervision, the Hepatology Nurse Specialist performs chronic case management, public health, and research nursing duties.  This includes collecting and analyzing patient lab and imaging data, recognizing critical variants in patient data, and working collaboratively with the Liver Disease & Hepatitis Program team and other disciplines to develop and carry out patient’s plans of care to improve liver health, and provide continual evaluation of the patient’s progress toward attainment of liver health outcomes. The Hepatology Nurse Specialist participates in public health outreach work of the Liver Disease and Hepatitis Program (LDHP), including education programs for healthcare professionals and patients and participates in LDHP research projects, to fulfill deliverables included in IRB-approved research projects. Frequent air travel within Alaska is required to fulfill job duties.

Minimum requirements:

  • Must be licensed as a Registered Nurse by the State of Alaska, and remain active with all annual licensing requirements.
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.
  • Four (4) years of clinical care, nursing internship, or research training experience. An equivalent combination of relevant education and/or training may be substituted for experience

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