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Job Opportunity: Research Coordinator II (Permanent Full-time)

We are currently looking for a Full-time, Permanent, Research Coordinator II, to support a variety of projects, including a scoping review on the role of public health in achieving the Quadruple Aim and identification of national and international examples.

In this role, you will support a number of research activities involving project design, developing search strategy, literature review, data extraction and analysis, and facilitating deliberative dialogue sessions with public health and health system leaders. Other tasks could include assisting with study administration, and working with investigator, manager, and other research staff to support various aspects of other research projects.

Closing date: June 19, 2022.

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Prospective Master's and PhD Student

 

Prospective Master’s & PhD Student

Dr. Andrew Pinto is accepting Master’s and PhD students enrolled at Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation and Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. Students who are interested in being supervised by Dr. Pinto should email upstreamlab@smh.ca at least 6 weeks prior to deadlines, and provide a CV and brief letter indicating their alignment with the Lab.

Recruiting Focus Group Participants

Recruiting Focus Group Participants

The Healthy Cities project team is looking to recruit focus group participants who live in the following areas: Barrie, Calgary, Montreal, Kingston, and Winnipeg. We want to hear your feedback about the collection of sociodemographic information and upstream interventions relating to housing, employment, education, etc. A $30 cheque will be offered for participation. Please see the attached flyers below. If you’re interested in participating, or learning more about the study, please email Jane, the Healthy Cities Research Coordinator, for more information: jane.zhao(at)uhn.ca.

 

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