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The Centre for Medical Education at McGill University invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Medical Education Research. This competition is open to permanent residents of Canada, Canadian citizens, and international scholars. This is a one-year funded position, with the possibility of renewal, to begin in January 2019.
Duration: A one year full-time appointment, with the possibility of renewal
Stipend: $42,000 (plus benefits) as well as a travel stipend to a national or international meeting in medical education.
 
For further details and to apply, please check attachment and contact Ms. Audrey Lew at the Centre for Medical Education via e-mail at: Audrey.Lew [at] mcgill.ca.

The Attention, Behavior and Sleep Lab is seeking motivated candidates with interests in child and adolescents development, school psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy and implementation science for a full- time postdoctoral research position at the Douglas Research Center. The fellowship is for 12 months with a possible second year appointment and provides research and academic training as well as an opportunity to mentor a range of junior trainees (e.g., undergraduate, masters, Ph.D., psychiatry residents). For more details and to apply, please check PDF icon postdoctoral_fellowship_research_opportunity2.pdf.


We are seeking postdoctoral fellows or graduate students to join the Neuroethics Research Unit of the Montreal Clinical Research Institute (IRCM; www.ircm.qc.ca/neuroethics/en/) to contribute to research examining the ethical and social implications of health care transitions for youth with chronic conditions, including rare diseases. The selected candidates will be involved in interventional ethics projects focused on pediatric to adult transitional care for youth with chronic health conditions and youth with primary immunodeficiencies/rare diseases who receive services at the Centre hospitalier universitaire Sainte-Justine and the IRCM. These projects aim to characterize transition practices from an ethics standpoint and to pilot innovative ethics-informed interventions to support youth and their caregivers. These positions are funded by a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the IRCM Foundation. These are 12-month positions with the possibility of a renewal. Candidates with expertise outside of bioethics (e.g., implementation science or action-research) are invited to submit their application. PDF icon bourse_postdoctorale_ou_bourse_detudes_superieures_en_1.pdfPDF icon bourse_postdoctorale_ou_bourse_detudes_superieures_fr_1.pdf


 

The Project on Harm Reduction as Public Policy invites applications for a full-time post-doctoral fellow (supported through Tri-Council funds) at McGill University. The Project on Harm Reduction as Public Policy brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines including law, philosophy and political science to investigate the ways in which harm reduction practice and discourse are increasingly being taken up across a wide range of policy domains including, but not limited to, sexual and reproductive health, sex work, drug use, and physician-assisted dying.

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