VOLUNTEER RESEARCH POSITION IN DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
This posting is for a part-time research position, approximately 8-hours per week, for an individual with good database and statistics skills, who is interested in receiving publication credit on papers/posters related to patients with liver disease or Parkinson’s disease.
Duties will include: data entry from pre-existing score sheets into an excel database; use of SPSS and/or SAS or other software to perform both basic and higher level statistical analyses of the data, in conjunction with guidance from UNMC statisticians; manuscript preparation and publication; and possibly poster presentation(s).
Duration of this project is flexible, but a minimum of 4-months is required.
View instructions in the document below.
VOLUNTEER RESEARCH POSITION IN DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
The Pain Management Program at NE Med is interested in collaborating with a student to build a Microsoft Access Database. The goal is to create a Microsoft Access database, upload the existing data, and use the new database for future data entry.
This is a great opportunity to enhance data management skills. See below for more details, and contact Dr. Watanabe-Galloway if you are interested. Continue reading “Student Volunteer for Research Project”
The City of Omaha is conducting its third bicycle and pedestrian count this month, and need the help of volunteers. (they are hoping to count people moving by foot or bicycle at 25 locations!)
They still need volunteers for two Saturdays:
12-2pm, Saturday, September 17th
12-2pm Saturday, September 24th
To volunteer, click here.
Dates: April 12, 21, 22
5-4-3-2-1 Go!®, is an initiative to decrease childhood obesity by promoting five easy steps for a healthier life. We have two events coming up for which we would love to have volunteers. Details for the events:
- Storm Chasers Baseball Game- Community Organization Showcase
Continue reading “Volunteer with 5-4-3-2-1 Go!”
Deadline: December 11, 2015
Seed Global Health’s flagship program with the Peace Corps and US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) tackles health care provider shortages by sending US doctor and nurse volunteers to serve as educators in resource-limited countries
The Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) is accepting applications from doctors and nurses interested in working as volunteer educators alongside local faculty at medical and nursing schools in Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Swaziland. Continue reading “Global Health Service Partnership Volunteer Positions”