The Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) is a national nonprofit organization based in New York City that trains and supports clinicians to make reproductive health care accessible to everyone. RHAP focuses on three key areas: abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care. We are looking for a highly-motivated, organized, and detail-oriented individual to join our team as a Research Intern. This position is remote, part-time (hours flexible), and paid. The internship duration is from May to September.
The Research Intern will work with the Research and Evaluation Manager to support an evaluation of the Reproductive Health Access Network (the Network). The Network is a national initiative bringing together like-minded primary care clinicians across the US to work together nationally and in their respective communities to expand access to abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care in their clinical and teaching practices. This position will support a project to evaluate the impact of the Network and to generate recommendations on how to build Network leadership and engagement.
The Research Intern will play a key role in ensuring that RHAP meets its short and long-term research and evaluation goals. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented self-starter to support a large and growing national initiative. This position is also ideal for someone looking to complete a master’s level practicum and/or capstone project. The primary role of the Research Intern is to lead in the collection, analysis, and synthesis of data for the evaluation of the Network.
CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health, Division of Population Health’s School Health Branch is seeking 3 ORISE Fellows to support the evaluation of COVID-19 mitigation approaches in schools. The positions are funded for one year.
Ideal candidates will have some experience with COVID-19 related projects, have strong quantitative analysis skills, and/or know and understand education agencies and schools really well.
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Provides project management support for COPH’s Race, Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Initiatives and for early career faculty in the Department of Health Promotion conducting research in this area. COPH students, staff, and faculty are currently participating in an Ideas to Action planning process to brainstorm, develop, and implement interventions that will strengthen the COPH culture, inclusion, diversity, and equity. This process is intended to initiate sustained activities and efforts to support race, inclusion, diversity, and equity within, and outside, of the COPH.
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PART-TIME TEMPORARY; LOCATED IN SCOTTSBLUFF, NE
A team of UNK/UNMC researchers are in search of a community-based research assistant to work 5-10 hours per week, for up to 1 year.
Will support research activities, including direct observation and other data collection activities for the Building Healthy Families Pediatric Weight Management program in communities in the Scottsbluff/Gering and surrounding area.
The position requires the ability to effectively work as part of a large interdisciplinary team, evening hours, reliable transportation, some in-state travel, and ability to complete the required training.
This position will require a standard background check.
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MERC at UNL is seeking to fill two full-time (temporary, but possibility to become permanent) data support positions. They are hoping to hire at least one qualitative focused person. Training is included in the job. Work is currently remote and fairly flexible, but will be back on the UNL campus at some point. Immediate work will be related to evaluating a statewide substance use prevention project.