Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of ARCC Conference 2021
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McGill university and St. Mary's Research Centre our team has several exciting research assistant positions (full- and part-time) available for a project on remote symptoms screening. If you have experience and are interested, send me your CV
Canadian Cancer Society Reporting to the Senior Manager, Health Policy, this position is a member of the Cancer Information and Policy Department and is responsible for the analysis, development and communication of evidence-informed health policy on cancer control issues, such as prevention, access to treatment and care and improving quality of life for Canadians living with cancer and their caregivers.
Remote research assistant / 20 hrs/wk-1 yr / Designing an app for respite care
McGill University Hello, we're recruiting a bilingual research assistant (French/English) to help manage our remote study to design an app for coordinating respite care services for families with palliative stage cancer. The position would be for 12 months, starting this summer, for 20 hours per week. For more information on the project, please see my on-demand presentation. If you're interested in joining our fantastic team, please contact me! firstname.lastname@example.org.
Postdoctoral fellow in cancer survivorship
University of Calgary Postdoctoral fellow to be involved in active programs of research focused on cancer survivorship using mixed methods research (quantitative and qualitative). Position is for one year with possibility of extension.
Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario) If you're enjoying all the excellent real-world evidence content at the conference, you might be interested in joining our team.
The Pharmacoeconomics Research Unit is a research team that supports Provincial Drug Reimbursement Programs at Ontario Health (OH) with timely, high quality, and relevant information to inform drug-funding policy. Development of comparative clinical and economic evidence with practical application requires a tailored approach with a detailed understanding of the issues and concerns of all stakeholders, as well as the impact on the system and patients.
The Research Associate supports the Real-World Evidence (RWE) initiatives for evaluating funded therapies. Reporting to the Group Manager, Pharmacoeconomics Research Unit, the Research Associate will be involved in managing research projects in collaboration with the Provincial Drug Reimbursement Programs, Quality Measurement, and Evaluation program analytics services, Clinical Programs, and research and policy counterparts from other cancer agencies through the Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control.
These studies will involve designing and conducting real-world utilization, effectiveness, safety, and cost-effectiveness evaluations of patient-level data using administrative databases at OH and at ICES. The successful candidate will also support the development of a policy framework for incorporation of RWE into Canadian cancer drug funding decisions, through the CanREValue initiative.
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