The PREDICTS Study Team is looking for two Student Workers. More information about PREDICTS is in the document below.
Program Description for Patients _ 06_14_18
Student will assist with clinical visits for study participants. Duties will include but may not be limited to conducting interviews in English, assisting participants with online survey completion, advising and obtaining informed consent to participate in research, data entry, participant correspondence in person and on the phone, basic anthropomorphic measurements. Continue reading “PREDICTS Study Student Worker”
Dean Khan is seeking a Student Worker to assist with a variety of tasks, primarily related to researching and prepping for speaking engagements. This is a great opportunity to learn a lot about leading topics in public health, polish your communication skills, and of course, work with the Dean!
View the job description below, and if interested, contact Cathy Ely. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with the goal of having a student in place by the start of Fall Semester.
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Note–may be an hourly or FWS position.
There is currently an opportunity for a Research Assistant with pediatric palliative care at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center. The research methodology is mixed (mostly qualitative, some quantitative). The role is approx. 30 hours per week (can be less or can be more). They are currently conducting patient reported outcome research; quality of life metric research; paternal and grandparent support needs research; end of life care research; and hospice education research. There are also open to considering new research methods/topics relevant to pediatric palliative care. (This is a fun, dynamic, interdisciplinary clinical team with a heart for advancing the science of pediatric palliative care!)
View the job description and apply online here.
Westchester County Department of Health in NY is seeking a Medical Data Analyst.
View the job description below, and online here. Continue reading “Medical Data Analyst”