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Post-Doctoral Fellowship – Health Economics of Home-Based End-of-Life Care Research
Bruyere Research Institute
A one-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship (with possibility for extension) is available in the “Building system capacity for home visits for patients near the end of life: A mixed methods study” project, under the leadership of Drs. Sarina Isenberg and Amy Hsu. The project is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

The postdoctoral fellow will have the opportunity to engage in health policy and health economic modeling research and advance key objectives of the funded project, including:
1. To evaluate policy levers (i.e., payment incentives) designed to promote palliative home visits and estimate their cost effectiveness from the perspective of a publicly-funded healthcare system. Using population-based health administrative data housed at ICES (formerly known as the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences), we will:
a. Determine whether past payment incentives in Ontario increased the number of specialist and generalist palliative care physician home visits to Ontarians nearing the end of life (EOL);
b. Assess the cost effectiveness of physician and nurse practitioner home visits to achieve population-level outcomes important to health system planning and patients/caregivers (e.g., the cost or cost savings associated with a death in non-acute care); and
c. Evaluate the financial impact of increasing the reach of palliative home visits in Ontario, at varying proportions of the target population, by applying a budget impact analysis.

Link: https://www.bruyere.org/en/hr?job=17151
Limited Term - Research Associate (1 year)
University of Toronto
Description:
Working under the supervision of Dr. Sara Guilcher, the successful Research Associate (RA) will actively support a variety of applied health services research projects and activities. The successful candidate will work closely with the scientific team in the Optimizing Health and Healthcare Experiences (OPTI-HEx) Lab (www.optihexlab.com) to support the overall research portfolio. The OPTI-Hex Lab conducts applied health services research with a focus on improving care, experiences, and overall health and well-being for individuals with health and social care needs. The OPTI-HEx team leverages the intersection of rehabilitation sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, social sciences, and implementation sciences. Research studies within the lab often use mixed methods to characterize service delivery for persons with complex health and social needs and develop/evaluate interventions to improve behaviour, experiences, and outcomes. The individual will work with a highly interdisciplinary team of applied health service researchers, staff, trainees, and community partners.

Please see the posting for more information: https://jobs.utoronto.ca/job/Toronto-Limited-Term-Research-Associate-%281-year-term%29-ON/570759917/
Link: https://jobs.utoronto.ca/job/Toronto-Limited-Term-Research-Associate-%281-year-term%29-ON/570759917/
Project Executive, Corporate Strategic Initiatives
Government of Nova Scotia
As the Program Director of Corporate Strategic Initiatives, you will work with a small, dynamic, collegial and committed team that is tasked with shaping key aspects of policy development and strategic planning for the sake of improving health outcomes for Nova Scotians.

You will collaborate on strategic initiatives that will impact the entirety of the health system that touches the lives of all Nova Scotians. You’ll be asked to provide advice, recommendations, designs and plans that answer questions like:

How might we…


Improve the health sector’s focus on outcomes and return on investment​ so that we maximize health outcomes to Nova Scotian for what they invest?
Strengthen governance of digital health​ so Nova Scotians have a health system that meets the raised expectations for health in a digital era?
Build skills and capacity for integrated health system planning so strategic health plans reflect the needs of communities and are coordinated across health system partners.
Improve patient-centricity and remove biases by listening to and working with Nova Scotians to co-develop health programs, services and products with greater sensitivity and understanding of the intricacies of a patient journey.

Link: https://jobs.novascotia.ca/job/HALIFAX-Project-Executive%2C-Corporate-Strategic-Initiatives-NS-B3J-1N9/570482917/
Manager of Corporate Strategic Initiatives
Government of Nova Scotia
As a Manager of Corporate Strategic Initiatives, you will work with a small, dynamic, collegial and committed team that is tasked with shaping key aspects of policy development and strategic planning for the sake of improving health outcomes for Nova Scotians.

You will collaborate on strategic initiatives that will impact the entirety of the health system that touches the lives of all Nova Scotians. You’ll be asked to provide advice, recommendations, designs and plans that answer questions like:

How might we…

Improve the health sector’s focus on outcomes and return on investment​ so that we maximize health outcomes to Nova Scotian for what they invest?
Strengthen governance of digital health​ so Nova Scotians have a health system that meets the raised expectations for health in a digital era?
Build skills and capacity for integrated health system planning so strategic health plans reflect the needs of communities and are coordinated across health system partners.
Improve patient-centricity and remove biases by listening to and working with Nova Scotians to co-develop health programs, services and products with greater sensitivity and understanding of the intricacies of a patient journey.

Link: https://jobs.novascotia.ca/job/HALIFAX-Manager-of-Corporate-Strategic-Initiatives-NS-B3J-1N9/570483917/
Research Assistant - Maritime SPOR SUPPORT Unit
Nova Scotia Health
The MSSU Research Assistant works under the direction of the Research Manager and supports the Senior Health Researcher(s) in the research activities of the MSSU. The Research Assistant is responsible for managing the administrative duties for multiple research projects simultaneously and is a contributing member of multi-disciplinary research teams.



The following are the primary responsibilities of the Research Assistant:
Research Support

Provide logistical support to research teams, including scheduling meetings, communicating with team, and preparation of meeting notes
Provide research support to projects, which may include, preparation of Research Ethics Board (REB)applications, data collection (qualitative and quantitative), survey programming, data analysis, and preparation of research reports and publications
Manage tasks of concurrent projects with shifting priorities and deadlines

Administrative Support

Provide administrative support, including tracking and coordination, for the MSSU Trainee Support Program
Provide administrative support, including photocopying and booking of meetings, meeting space, and catering, as required
Attend, record and distribute minutes for meetings, as required

Link: https://jobs.nshealth.ca/nsha/job/Halifax-Research-Assistant-MSSU-RI&D-CZ-NS-B3H-1V7/570752317/
Lead, Communications and Strategic Initiatives
CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research
The Lead, Communications and Strategic Initiatives will lead and manage the Institute’s communications portfolio and provide project management and support to a range of Institute strategic initiatives, including the Health System Impact Program. The Lead, Communications and Strategic Initiatives will develop, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of communications vehicles (newsletter, e-bulletins, social media, website), provide communications leadership and support to the Institute’s strategic initiatives and funding programs, provide event coordination and administrative support, and provide project management leadership to a range of Institute strategic activities and initiatives. Project management, strategic communications advice and expertise, and stakeholder engagement are integral components of the role.

The Lead, Communications and Strategic Initiatives will have the opportunity to work with a wide array of stakeholders including researchers, decision-makers, healthcare providers, patients and communities, executives and knowledge mobilization specialists, all dedicated to improving the health of Canadians.
Link: https://ices.bamboohr.com/careers/115?source=aWQ9Ng%3D%3D
APPR- Analyste en performance, en économie de la santé ou en bio statistiques
CO-CPSS du CHUM
Dans une équipe multidisciplinaire,
- Développer et promouvoir des méthodologies de pointe en analytique avancée;
- Participer à des travaux visant à déployer de nouveaux modèles de financement;
- Produire des statistiques clinico-financières fiables et objectives à l’échelle provinciale;
- Instaurer une culture de décision qui englobe la saine gestion financière et la qualité des soins.
Link: None
APPR - Développement du Portail CPSS Québec et administration des services PowerBI
CO-CPSS du CHUM
Dans une équipe multidisciplinaire,
- Développer et promouvoir des méthodologies de pointe en analytique avancée;
- Participer à des travaux visant à déployer de nouveaux modèles de financement;
- Produire des statistiques clinico-financières fiables et objectives à l’échelle provinciale;
- Instaurer une culture de décision qui englobe la saine gestion financière et la qualité des soins.
Link: None
Research Lead, Patient Experience Research team
Trillium Health Partners - Institute for Better Health
Research Lead will facilitate the development and implementation of community, patient and caregiver focused projects within the hospital, in the community and other care settings as well as manage the operational requirements of the research program.
Link: https://careersen-trilliumhealthpartners.icims.com/jobs/33096/research-lead%2c-patient-experience-research-team/job
Research Methodologist
BC cancer
The position will involve working on several grant-funded lung cancer and tobacco research studies being conducted at the BC Cancer Research Institute and the UBC School of Population and Public Health. The research areas include: analysis of lung cancer epidemiological data, analysis of longitudinal and cross-sectional tobacco use patterns, mathematical and computational modeling of tobacco use behaviors and lung cancer natural history, and effectiveness and cost-effectiveness analyses of tobacco use and lung cancer prevention interventions.
Link: https://jobs.phsa.ca/job/vancouver/research-methodologist-bc-cancer-vancouver/909/49036652080
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