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HealthSTAR Clinical Education Solutions is seeking Clinical Educators (RNs and CDEs) to provide physicians and their staff with un-branded disease state education on screening, diagnosing, and monitoring those at-risk for hypogonadism. All in-office education will be based on information from widely accepted national guidelines .

Desired Skills & Experience:

Registered Nurse with nursing general background or diabetes or cardiovascular experience or

Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) that is an RN or Dietitian

Bachelor's Degree (required) - BA/BS

Master's Degree (preferred)

Minimum 3-5 years clinical experience

Current professional license in good standing

(in state of primary territory, multi-state not required)

Teaching/training skills

Industry/Territory Management experience preferred (home health, public health, traveling nurse, or any Pharma/device experience)

Enthusiastic, good attitude and ability to motivate others

Car required, with good drivers record

About HealthSTAR Clinical Education Solutions:

HealthSTAR Clinical Education Solutions offers Clinical Educators to provide disease state and product education in support of pharmaceutical and biotech organizations as well as consulting services for organizations looking to optimize their own educator programs.

Please visit our website at www.healthstarces.com

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