Research Assistant
George Washington University - Street, MD

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The incumbent will work with Professors Candice Chen, Fitzhugh Mullan and Marsha Regenstein serving as full time research staff splitting time 50:50 between the Kellogg Foundation funded Beyond Flexner project and the HRSA funded Teaching Health Center Evaluation project.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline and 0 months to 2 years experience in the field or in a related area.

Desired Qualifications:
Current enrollment in MPH program is preferred, but not required.

One or more years of experience with health policy or qualitative research a plus, but not required.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Job Duties

Plans, organizes, and researches the use of SES indicators in community health center settings to address social determinants of health.

Performs literature searches and prepares literature syntheses on standardized SES questions and the use of SES indicators in clinical decision making and research on the social determinants of health.

Works with study team members in developing and implementing a survey to assess current use of SES indicators in community health centers and health information technology use and capacity.

Coordinates a research network of community health centers to implement the current study and build the framework for future implementation of a standardized SES indicator.

Learns and shares management of the Medical Education Futures Study website and newsletter.

Provides administrative support for the proposed Beyond Flexner conference.

Performs other work related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the supervisor from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.

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