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Graduate Assistantship
Graduate Assistantship: Choose Well Initiative

South Carolina Primary Health Care Association

  • RESPONSIBILITIES Support the development of the SCPHCAs online learning portal (Moodle) to create user-friendly online learning collaboratives for entry-level medical professionals. Support the writing of prerequisites, learning outcomes, assessments, course maps, content format maps, and course evaluations for contraceptive care-related online courses. Support the Womens Health Informatics Analyst in assisting CHCs to use contraceptive and preconception care data in the womens health data dashboard. Develop data visualizations for womens health initiatives. Participate in clinical quality-oriented informatics initiatives working with various clinical data sets (i.e. UDS, HEDIS). Participate in observation or shadowing opportunities to support the learning process. Maintain the confidentiality and security of data in compliance with HIPAA, SCPHCA policies and procedures, and operational plans.
  • 1 Position Available Supervisor: Senior Manager of Clinical Quality Improvement Position Type: Temporary; this position funded for the 2020 Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters and is a part-time position working 16 hours per week. Pay Rate: $12 per hour paid through $384 bi-weekly stipend How to Apply: Forward a cover letter and resume/CV to katherinek@scphca.org
Research
Biostatistician

Arnold School of Public Health

  • Key responsibilities include: Statistical support for all Orthopaedic Research Projects Create graphical figures for publication Participation in our monthly research conferences
  • HOW TO APPLY Applicants should contact Zach Thier, Department of Orthopaedics Research Coordinator, at Zachary.Thier@prismahealth.org if interested.
Graduate Assistantship
(GA) position at Department of Health Services Policy and Management Arnold School of Public Health

Arnold School of Public Health

  • Required qualifications: Strong motivation. Doctoral graduate students in good academic standing. Working knowledge in any of these fields: health/biomedical informatics, computer science, information science, statistics, or other quantitative domains. Basic understanding in any of these fields: health sciences, behavioral sciences, or social sciences. Good academic writing and oral communication in English.
  • Preferred qualifications: Experience in public health, medicine, and other fields in health sciences. Experience in at least one programing language (e.g., Python, R, Java, etc.). Experience in any of these methods: health data analysis, machine learning, natural language processing, information retrieval, knowledge extraction, semantic web ontology, and statistical methods. Evidenced research experience (e.g., previous research assistantships, publications, etc.).
  • Application procedures: Send (1) a letter of interest, (2) CV, (3) contact of references, and (4) a copy of representative publication (optional) to Chen Liang (cliang@mailbox.sc.edu). Include RA application - your name in the Subject.
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