The Center for Surgery and Public Health (CSPH) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) in Boston, MA is announcing a Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Military Health Systems Research to begin July 1, 2019 for a period of two years. The fellowship is designed to train research fellows in surgical health services research and provide the educational opportunities, mentoring support, and resources necessary for future careers as independently funded investigators. One fellow will be selected and will remain in residence for a two-year appointment.
About the EPIC Project: The Comparative Effectiveness and Provider Induced Demand Collaboration (EPIC), is a partnership between CSPH and the Uniformed Services University. The collaboration studies some of the most pressing healthcare challenges faced by military and civilian populations using MDSR, the military health system data repository. Research falls under 6 cores (General Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Policy, Trauma & Orthopedic Surgery, Women’s Health, and Wounded Warrior) and 5 themes (comparative effectiveness & outcomes, epidemiology, healthcare disparities, health economics, and quality/practice improvement).
Deadline: midnight, December 15, 2018
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Contact Melissa Poleo, MS for more information.