Collaboration/work opportunity – Qualitative research for patient-reported outcome development
Position funded by the American Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) for a research project aimed to develop a patient-reported outcome (PRO) instrument to measure postoperative recovery after abdominal surgery. This project will be conducted according to the FDA Guidelines for PRO development and, in line with FDA recommendations, the first step involves an in-depth qualitative study (using interviews and focus groups) to develop a conceptual framework of recovery and underpin the generation of items. Seeking a senior qualitative researcher to collaborate in this project and guide the team through this qualitative work. The options for involvement are two-fold:
a) If you are an academic faculty member: we are looking for a collaborator (and we will hire a part-time research assistant, research associate or graduate student to conduct the operational work under your supervision).
Or b) If you are a research assistant, research associate or graduate student with senior expertise in qualitative research: we are looking for a part-time researcher to lead this study.
To know more about this opportunity and about our project, please contact Julio Flavio Fiore Junior by email (julio.fiorejunior [at] mcgill.ca) or phone (514-709-2066).
Graduate position available
Graduate student (PhD or Postdoctoral) position is available to work on the project entitled Oral Health Integrated into Primary Care: Participatory Evaluation of Implementation and Performance in Quebec Cree Communities. Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and the names of two references electronically to Dr Elham Emami elham.emami [at] umontreal.ca .
Please check link for more information. graduate_position.pdf