A postdoctoral research position is available in the Indiana University School of Medicine for the Department of Pediatrics – Critical Care division. The goal of the collaborative is to ensure that all ill and injured children have optimal health outcomes. Our projects use innovative techniques and technology, such as simulation, to improve the pediatric health outcomes. Projects involve prehospital, office-based and hospital-based acute care (NICU, ED, in-patient floor) of children. This position will managing and coordinating multiple projects of the collaborative; will provide oversight for data management: data entry, maintenance, analysis and creating reports
This is a full-time position, current duration will be limited to a six-months (potential extension with future grant funding)
Requirements of this position include a Medical, Nursing or Public Health post-graduate degree(s). The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and management skills, Biostatistical skills including database management, survey-based research, data reporting and analysis modeling, Preferred experience in Implementation-science, health care provider education, simulation-based training and measurement, emergency/acute care qualitative research, database research.
Department Contact for Questions:
Janice Walls email@example.com
OAA #: IUSM006322016
Internal Number: 8054
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