The CIDE Assistant Curriculum Developer assists in the assessment, planning, development, and evaluation of Center for Innovation in Diabetes Education (CIDE) programs and materials used in curriculum development.
- Works under general guidance with CIDE staff and educators to help develop program content and implement a wide array of clinical/education programs. Participates in the development of education curricula and materials by writing original material and/or reviewing the work of others and assisting in the development of computer and web based educational materials including filming and film editing.
- With CIDE and clinic staff, assists in the development and implementation of continuing education program for health professionals including the monthly Forum and the Annual Harriet Mackay Lecture.
- Participates in evaluation and outcome research of education and clinical programs through recruitment of subjects, collection of data, data entry, and organization and maintenance of databases
- Participates in quality control/quality improvement activities. Participates in evaluation protocols, conferences, and meetings
- Prepares for and participates in meetings and conference calls related to program development and evaluation. Assists with developing agenda, developing meeting materials, taking minutes, participating in discussion related to program development, implement, and evaluation.
- Assists in the development of reports, abstracts and other publications related to program development and clinical evaluations of programs. These reports include progress reports to funders and originals reports for publication.
- Bachelors Degree in a behavior science required, Master's degree preferred
- Experience in working in group settings either as a summer research assistant or other summer/college position that includes interaction with the public
- Experience with writing or editing curricula preferred.
- Expereince with film editing
- Act at all times with the highest degree of sensitivity, respect, and confidentiality towards research patients and their families as well as the research team and clinical providers.
- Demonstrated understanding of HIPPA requirements with respect to patient confidentiality.
- Skill in working independently and following through on assignments with minimal direction.
- Be responsible for managing work in an effective manner, according to established time demands and Center needs.
- Skill in writing program content based on adult learning theory and concise, grammatically correct documents for presentations and publications. Ability to edit content expert input to create effective curricula.
- Ability to use computer programs including Microsoft Office.
- Ability to make effective educational, clinical and interpersonal judgments, Skill in interacting and working with different personalities and staff when developing program curricula, collecting patient data.
- After training, ability to use glucose meters and electronic devices.
Joslin Diabetes Center is an EEO M/F/D/V