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Postdoctoral position: How Approaches to Care Shape the Pathways of Older Adult Home Care Clients | MSVU

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Published: 23Nov2020

The project is seeking applications for postdoctoral positions available during 2021-2023. Potentially two positions are available.

The purpose of the How Approaches to Care Shape the Pathways of Older Adult Home Care Clients research project is to understand how policy, practice and decision-making shape a client’s journey through the home care system. This project is using a mixed-methods approach to achieve its objective.

The project is under the direction of Dr. Janice Keefe, Mount Saint Vincent University, in partnership with Susan Stevens, Director, Continuing Care, Nova Scotia Health and Dr. Michelle Lobchuk, University of Manitoba. Other team members are from Dalhousie University, Saint Mary’s University, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and other policy and practice stakeholders such as: Northwood, Nova Scotia Department of Health & Wellness, Manitoba Caregiver Coalition, Caregivers Nova Scotia, Canadian Home Care Association and Health Canada.

The scope and length of position(s) will be based on budget considerations and the candidate’s skills and fit with project activities and timeline.

 

More information about the position here.

 

 

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