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  • Virtual Summer Health Innovation Mentor Role from the MERIT Health Leadership Academy 

    Who We’re Looking For: Health Professionals to support small groups of 2-3 MERIT Scholars

    Mentor’s Role: Define a health innovation project focus. Provide guidance, feedback, background information, and connections to colleagues and/or clients/patients for informational interviews.

    Time Commitment: 6 Weeks (6/28-8/6), 1-2 hours a week on zoom with group (timing flexible). Additional time planning groups independent work and making connections for information interviews. Participate in one pre-summer mentor orientation & one mid summer check-in call.

    MERIT’s Role: Handle all compliance paperwork, HIPAA training, and broader summer coursework. Training, support, and structure for to set mentors up for success. Provide another layer of feedback and support for scholars throughout the summer.

    Summer Project Scope: Mentors will develop a project focus area by defining a problem that if addressed will improve health outcomes/health equity of a specific group. This can be related to an active project or the mentor’s broader professional interests. Ultimately MERIT Scholars will produce a research poster as the culmination of their summer experience.

    Program Overview: MERIT Health Leadership Academy works to educate and empower high school students from underrepresented backgrounds to become health professionals and change agents. MERIT provides rigorous Saturday courses, experiential health career summer internships, personalized college admissions counseling , and longitudinal mentorship. MERIT Scholars are hard working, passionate, and dedicated to improving equity in the health field and beyond.

    Contact Jake Weinfeld at jake.weinfeld@meritbaltimore.org if you have questions before signing up. 

    Click here to sign up to mentor. 

  • Nursing Faculty Position at University of Virginia's College at Wise

    The Nursing Department of The University of Virginia's College at Wise invites applications for a non-tenure track prepared nursing faculty at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level, depending on the experience and accomplishments of the candidate.  Responsibilities will include effective classroom and clinical instruction, student recruitment and advising.  Candidates will have demonstrated evidence of research/creative/professional activities or the potential to design and complete research/creative/professional activity, including curriculum development and program evaluation. This candidate will have the ability to serve the institution through department and College committees, participation in College and departmental programs and activities, and professional and community service. 

    A member of the prestigious Council for Public Liberal Arts Colleges, The University of Virginia’s College at Wise is an inspiring place to work and call home. With a student faculty ratio of 13:1 and approximately 2,000 students, UVA Wise is committed to excellence in teaching, personalized attention, and individual growth, as well as to the advancement of our region through economic development. 

    The only division of the University of Virginia located outside of Charlottesville, UVA Wise has a beautiful campus that is nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of Southwest Virginia. In addition to Appalachian arts and culture, on-campus wetlands and impressive geography, and a region full of opportunities for study and outdoor adventure, there are many opportunities to build partnerships with organizations, agencies, and businesses in the area and beyond. Professional staff and a dedicated senior leadership team are driven by the vital mission of ensuring access and affordability to this robust, quality higher education. 

    The College’s student population is largely first-generation, often rural students, for whom we offer access and affordability along with challenging academic work in the liberal arts tradition. The result is well-rounded graduates who earn fulfilling work at leading organizations and pursue graduate study at prestigious universities, as evidenced recently when U.S. News & World Report ranked UVA Wise as sixth in the nation for promoting social mobility. 

    A Master’s degree in Nursing with preference given to an applicant who has experience in Psych/Mental Health or Medical Surgical Nursing and simulation experience, a current Virginia nursing licensure or licensure eligible. A Doctoral degree is preferred.  The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to leadership within the nursing department through the recruitment, advising, and mentoring of undergraduate students.   In addition, the applicant should be prepared to serve as an advocate for the role of nursing in a public liberal arts institution.    

    To apply, please visit https://hr.virginia.edu/job-openings, search for Nursing Faculty Position, and complete the online application process and include a cover letter, resume, transcripts, teaching philosophy and contact information for three references.  

    UVA Wise is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  

    Employee fulfills duties as a "responsible employee" under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.  A Responsible employee includes any employee:  who has the authority to take action to redress sexual violence; who has been given the duty of reporting incidents of sexual violence or any other misconduct by students to the Title IX Coordinator or other appropriate school designee; or whom a student could reasonably believe has this authority or duty. 

    UVA Wise is committed to helping the campus community provide for their own safety and security.  The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report containing information on campus security and personal safety, including alerts, fire safety, crime prevention tips, and crime statistics is available at www.uvawise.edu/ASR.  A copy is available upon request by calling 276-328-0190 or 276-376-3451. 

  • Center for Global Initiatives (CGI) Intern

    Location: Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, 525 N. Wolfe St., Baltimore, MD 21205

    Start Date: 07/12/2021

    End Date: 05/13/2022

    Pay Rate: $20/h

    Hrs Per Week: 6 to 12

    Contact: Global Affairs - Center for Global Initiative School of Nursing 525 N. Wolfe St BALTIMORE, MD 21205 Email: achangc1@jhmi.edu

    Core competencies students can expect to gain: 

    • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
    • Oral/Written Communications
    • Teamwork/Collaboration
    • Digital Technology
    • Professionalism/Work Ethic
    • Global/Intercultural Fluency

    DESCRIPTION

    The Center for Global Initiatives (CGI) was started in 2011 to serve as a cross-functional, integrated, and strategic administrative unit serving as an operational umbrella for existing and developing JH SON international education, practice, research, and policy initiatives. The Center leads activities that position JHSON as a world leader in nursing education, research, practice, and policy and promotes the nursing profession on a global platform and with a “footprint” in all global regions.

    Key programs and activities of the CGI interns will support include:

    • The PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center for Knowledge, Information Management, and Sharing
    • The Secretariat of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centers in Nursing and Midwifery

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    In general, the intern’s duties are the following:

    • Assist CGI Director and Manager in meeting deliverables for the JHSON's WHO Collaborating Center, including:
      • Coordinating, delivering, and reporting on information dissemination activities including written and video blogs, webinars, and online discussion forums.
      • Coordinate other JHSON global health communications activities including newsletters and social media channels (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp)
      • Communicate routinely with global organizations and external partners in the global health community to organize and plan webinars on global health issues
      • Other duties as assigned (e.g., translation of blogs to Spanish)

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Graduate nursing/public health students
    • At least 1 year of experience working with global organizations (American Red Cross, UNFP, UN, etc.) preferred.
    • Working experience and passion for global health work strongly a plus.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills necessary, including the ability to write, edit and proofread written materials.
    • Demonstrated ability to use computer technology (e.g., Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Email, Internet, Canva, WordPress, etc.)
    • Well-organized, with a demonstrated ability to complete tasks with minimal supervision, as well as being able to work effectively under pressure.
    • Ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously; demonstrates a positive, results-oriented approach to work; self-motivated Fluency in Spanish (both verbal and written communications) or Portuguese is preferred, although not required

    Click here to apply.

  • Early Career Reviewer Program

    The program aims to help early career scientists become more competitive as grant applicants through first-hand experience with peer review and to enrich and diversify CSR’s pool of trained reviewers.

    Benefits of ECR:

    1. Work side-by-side with some of the most accomplished researchers in your field to help NIH identify the most promising grant applications
    2. Learn how reviewers determine overall impact scores
    3. Improve your own grant writing skills by getting an insider’s view of how grant applications are evaluated
    4. Serve the scientific community by participating in NIH peer review
    5. Develop research-evaluation and critique-writing skills

    Apply here: https://public.csr.nih.gov/ForReviewers/BecomeAReviewer/ECR. The application process is simply a check to see that you meet the posted requirements:

    • 1 year of experience in an independent position
    • Open to assistant professors and those of a similar rank
    • Have submitted a grant application to the NIH and received the summary statement
    • One research publication as first, last or corresponding author since your PhD/MD and at least one research publication as first, last or corresponding author in the last two years
    • Have not held R01 or equivalent NIH funding and have not served as an NIH reviewer

    Click here for more information. 

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship Position at the University of Texas Health Science Center

    Join their nationally recognized postdoctoral training program housed within a thriving multidisciplinary environment in the largest medical center in the world! Expand your training and research experience taking advantage of opportunities for collaborations in diverse populations across Texas, the U.S., and abroad. They are seeking a postdoctoral fellow to start September 1st, 2021. This postdoc position is supported by the National Cancer Institute (T32) funded Cancer Control Research Training Program at UTHealth. Their faculty is internationally recognized in the areas of implementation research, cancer control and population sciences, health equity, cancer epidemiology, among others, with high levels of NIH, CDC, State, and foundation funding providing many opportunities to build a strong research program.

    Experience and/or interest in implementation science, health equity, community engaged research is highly desirable. Applicants from underrepresented minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Fellows will receive support for up to 2 years and annual stipend starting at $50,004, depending on experience plus health insurance, tuition, fees, books, software, and travel.

    Position Eligibility: Individuals with a PhD, DrPH, MD, or other doctoral degree in public health, health promotion, behavioral or social science, epidemiology, health services research, health policy, health economics, biostatistics, or data science. Open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents only.

    Click here for more information about the position and instructions on how to apply. 

  • Nurse Scientist Appointment at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 

    The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Phyllis F. Cantor Center for Research in Nursing and Patient Care Services and Department of Medical Oncology and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Department of Medicine seek to identify a nurse investigator with demonstrated expertise in oncological research. The position includes a leadership role as Associate Director of the Cantor Center. The candidate must have a research-focused doctoral degree in nursing science with graduate level training in multiple methods. Candidates should have begun a consistent and funded program of research in relevant areas. Teaching responsibilities will include mentoring students and post-doctoral research fellows, plus guest lectures and seminars. Appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor level at Harvard Medical School will be commensurate to academic accomplishment. Begin the application process by sending a C.V. to margaret_wickham@dfci.harvard.edu.

    Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.

    Women and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.

  • University of Maryland Post Doc Opportunity 

    The University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) invites applications for postdoctoral fellowship positions in these areas of research:

    • Community Engagement/Health Disparities
    • Geriatrics/Gerontology
    • Multiomics
    • Pain and Symptom Science

    Funding is provided by UMSON and/or the National Institute of Health (NIH) National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Program and is a joint CTSA partnership between University of Maryland, Baltimore* and Johns Hopkins University.

    *This program is a collaborative effort among University of Maryland, Baltimore Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Social Work.

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  • Ochsner Full-Time Physician Clinical Investigator Position

    General Summary: The effort for this position will be split 40% clinical practice with the physician’s specialty department and 60% with the Ochsner Center for Outcomes and Health Services Research (COHSR). Ability to work collaboratively with physicians and health system leaders to plan, implement, and evaluate key quality improvement and value-based care delivery initiatives is required. Ability to manage and deliver high-quality, safe patient care is required. . The physician clinical investigator will represent as necessary COHSR and the Division of Academics in system-wide initiatives to apply scientific and methodological rigor to program planning, implementation and evaluation. This position will partner as necessary with system leadership in the areas of Quality, Process Improvement, Value-Based Care Delivery and Telemedicine/Telehealth in the acute care and ambulatory settings.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Medical Degree (MD or DO);
    • Board certified in their respective clinical specialty;
    • Two-years’ experience as a practicing physician;
    • Two-years’ experience conducting or facilitating outcomes and health services research;
    • Familiarity with EpicCare Ambulatory and Epic Inpatient;
    • Experience in clinical systems and process re-design;
    • Experience with designing clinical decision support for evidence-based care;
    • Familiarity with the continuous quality improvement process;
    • Knowledge of clinical data standards for research;
    • Ability to educate and mentor;
    • Experience in designing clinical trials; and
    • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Perform effectively in a complex and changing environment.
    • Ability to analyze complex problems and develop recommendations and solutions.
    • Excellent presentation skills.
    • Demonstrate a track record in disseminating scholarly work through peer-reviewed publications in medical journals and abstract presentations (oral/poster) at national and/or international conferences
    • Knowledge of clinical workflow in both inpatient and ambulatory settings.

    Reporting Relationship: This position reports to the Medical Director for the Center for Outcomes and Health Services Research under the Division of Academics with matrix reporting to the Chair of the clinical department of their specialty for clinical practice.

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