RESEARCH INTERVENTIONIST, STROKE & VASCULAR NEUROLOGY, SOM
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PRN PART TIME LESS THAN 10 HOURSWork PerformedParticipate in stroke research projects designed to understand the disease progression, increase, maintain or restore function, minimize or prevent disability, and new drug or device (e.g., rehabilitation technology, neuromodulation, etc.) to boost patient functional outcomes. Schedule, consent, and screen participants per guidelines from PI collect, prepare, and process specimens Assist with documentation of visit and assist with follow-up visits Prepare documents as requested from PI Manage files and logs according to study guidelines
Work with physician and clinical scientist(s) in developing individual therapy for various research projects. Participate in the ongoing evaluation of behavioral research intervention delivery and adherence. Complex assessments and evaluations. Enter study data as requested Conduct complex assessments in the context of a research study. Follow evaluation protocols by conducting tasks such as clinical interviews. Document evaluations according to protocol and studys Standard Operating Procedures. Participate in research conferences, consultations and educational programs designed to increase knowledge in stroke research and rehabilitation. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Work requires one of the following: 1. Completion of a Bachelor's degree 2. Completion of an Associate's degree plus a minimum of two years experience related to behavioral interventions or complex evaluations (e.g., social work, counseling, public health, training, dietetics)
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