Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Virtually CAHSPR 2022
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Opioid Research Communications and Project Liaison
Chiefs of Ontario A great opportunity for a qualified and motivated individual to join Chiefs of Ontario (COO) for the position of Opioid Research Communications and Project Liaison. Working with the Opioid Use and Related Harms research project, this is a challenging and rewarding opportunity to engage with and support First Nations community members in research, exercise your creativity to create various knowledge translation materials, and assist in research dissemination strategies. You will work in close collaboration with the Chiefs of Ontario, the Ontario Drug Policy Research Network, participating First Nations leadership and communities, and various working groups and diverse external stakeholders involved in this program of research.
University of Toronto Health policy researcher with a PhD interested in comparative health systems and policy to contribute to ongoing project with collaborators in Australia.
SE Health The SE Research Centre conducts impact-oriented health services research to synthesize, generate, translate, adapt and directly apply scientific evidence in the design, delivery and evaluation of person and family-centred health and social care services.
The primary role of the Research Associate is to provide support to the development and implementation of health services research projects within the SE Research Centre priority research fields using strong project management and research skills. In addition to performing research and evaluation activities, the Research Associate also contributes to leadership within the SE Research Centre through mentorship of Research Assistants and assisting with internal and external stakeholder relationship management.
This is a one year contract. This role is currently hybrid where you would be mainly working remote, but may be asked to come into our head office in Markham as needed.
Project Manager- Grief and Bereavement in LTC
SE Health The Project Manager-Grief and Bereavement in LTC is a 6-month full-time contract position with the SE Research Centre. In this role, the successful candidate will work to bring the Reflection Room® to Long Term Care (LTC) homes (and potentially other care settings) in the Ontario Health’s Central Region. The Reflection Room® project uses the power of storytelling and sharing experiences to engage people in thinking and talking about dying, death, and grief. The Reflection Room® has shown that a space for storytelling can be used as part of a grieving process for people, or as part of remembering, celebrating, teaching, learning, and connecting. The Central Region LTC Planning Table is interested in how the Reflection Room® can address the grief and bereavement experienced by residents, family and staff in LTC during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dalhousie University BRIC-Nova Scotia SPOR Primary Health Care Network, Dalhousie University (posting will be up soon! https://dal.peopleadmin.ca/ )
Operations Manager (18 month term role)
BC SUPPORT Unit, Michael Smith Health Research BC The BC SUPPORT (Support for People & Patient-Oriented Research & Trials) Unit is part of Michael Smith Health Research BC. The Unit supports, streamlines and increases patient-oriented research throughout BC. Patient-oriented research is done in partnership with patients, answers research questions that matter to patients, and aims to improve health care.
Reporting to the BC SUPPORT Unit Director and Chief Scientific Officer during this term, the Operations Manager is a key member of the BC SUPPORT Unit, and is responsible for leading the team in operations, management and financial activities.
This is an 18-month term role to provide Maternity Leave coverage. The length of the term will allow for training and cross over for the leave. Reporting will revert to the Chief Scientific Officer, during the time the Director is on leave. There may be an opportunity for this role to become permanent at the end of the term.
Manager, Patient and Partnership Engagement
BC SUPPORT Unit, Michael Smith Health Research BC As a key member of Health Research BC, the Manager, Patient and Partnership Engagement, reports to the SUPPORT Unit Director. The Manager is responsible for developing strategic plans related to the BC SUPPORT Unit Phase II provincial objectives, to engage and support patients and key partners, and for supporting the operational delivery of those plans. This includes building capacity within Michael Smith Health Research BC in the organization’s continued understanding and working knowledge of patient engagement.
The Manager, Patient and Partnership Engagement represents the BC SUPPORT Unit on the Patient Leadership Council, the Provincial Patient Partnership Ready Network, and the national Supporting Patient Oriented Research (SPOR) Patient Engagement community of practice, as well as leads Provincial Patient Engagement Community of Practice. Key partners also include the regions and associated SUPPORT Unit-funded health authority employees.
Ontario Medical Association The Healthcare Evaluative Research team has an opening for a health services researcher with a background in economics, biostatistics, epidemiology or other quantitative training and a strong interest in conducting research for peer-reviewed publication on topics relevant to physicians, population health, and healthcare in Ontario.
Lead - Strategic Initiatives
CIHR-Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health Reporting to the Associate Director, the Lead – Strategic Initiatives will play a key role in leading and supporting strategic initiatives by planning, designing and implementing project plans to develop multi-faceted strategies, including convening, funding and capacity building activities, as well as the development of policies and innovative approaches to address areas of need for IHDCYH’s research community.
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) is Canada’s federal funding agency for health research. Composed of 13 Institutes, CIHR provides leadership and support to health researchers and trainees across Canada. The Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health (IHDCYH; www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/8688.html) funds and supports research that ensures the best start in life for all Canadians and the achievement of their potential for optimal growth and development. The IHDCYH team is a hybrid team based in Halifax, Toronto and Ottawa, with members collaborating closely to develop and implement a wide variety of projects and initiatives in the field of child, youth and family health research.