Clinical research nursing is described as clinical nursing practise with a specialisation in research implementation and the care of clinical research patients. Clinical research nurses are responsible for ensuring participant safety, continuing maintenance of informed consent, protocol integrity, accuracy of data collecting and data recording, and follow-up, in addition to providing and organising clinical care. Clinical research nurses must constantly balance the particular clinical needs of research participants with protocol requirements as they practise, all while ensuring that baseline treatment and monitoring are consistent across all participants in a study. Clinical research nursing is a clinical speciality that encompasses the two main tasks that nurses play in clinical research settings: clinical research nurses and research nurse coordinators. Clinical research nurses, also known as clinical research care nurses, are members of the clinical research team who are responsible for the care of research participants. They are primarily found in dedicated clinical research settings and support study implementation within the context of care delivery. These clinical research care nurses are part of the research organization's permanent infrastructure and are available to investigators who visit the facility.