RESEARCH SCIENTIST, Evans Center for Implementation and Improvement Science, School of Medicine (978
Description of the Center: The Evans Center for Implementation and Improvement Sciences (CIIS) is a methodological hub for the scientific evaluation of efforts to improve healthcare delivery that integrates key components of implementation and improvement sciences with a focus on care within safety net systems.
Specific objectives of CIIS are to:
1. Guide, support, and innovate design of projects that rigorously evaluate the effectiveness of efforts to implement healthcare system change.
2. Identify factors and strategies that accelerate the adoption and promote sustainability of effective healthcare interventions in safety net systems.
3. Educate faculty and trainees in Implementation and Improvement Sciences.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities of the Research Scientist:
Work in collaboration with the Center Co-Directors to:
Innovate methods of implementation and improvement sciences through real-world research projects in a ‘safety net’ healthcare setting
Apply rigorous implementation and improvement science methods to efforts to change healthcare delivery
Lead and participate in manuscripts for publication in academic journals on implementation and improvement science projects
Provide consultations about implementation and improvement sciences and partner on research projects, including conducting quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis
Educate the local academic community on implementation and improvement sciences through seminars
Continuously expand expertise in methods of implementation and improvement sciences with regular literature reviews
Minimum Suggested Qualifications:
Possess a doctoral degree in a field relevant to implementation or improvement science: Medicine, Public Health, Epidemiology, Health Services Research, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Anthropology, Education, Economics/Policy, and Statistics.
Evidence of scholarly publications and research
Experience with research design and evaluation, particularly implementation and improvement science research
Experienced in qualitative and/or quantitative research (eg., SAS, R, Nvivo)
Research communication skills
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