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The Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (DPHPM) will post position openings in the Public Health field on this page. The requirements for those jobs will include a Master in Public Health, a Master in Science Occupational Health- Industrial Hygiene or graduate certificates available through the DPHPM or through the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health (NOCPH). The University of Toledo, College of Medicine and Life Sciences, DPHPM and NOCPH are not responsible for errors in the position listings. Postings will remain for one month.
Posted October 1, 2013
Job Title:Recent Graduate - Industrial Hygienist
Department:Department Of Labor
Agency:Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Job Announcement Number:PW-13-CHI-OSHA-0147
For More Information: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/352526200
Posted September 25, 2013
Research Coordinator for New York University Study on Women’s Health (position located in Toledo, OH)
Purpose of the project
Sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Population Affairs and jointly carried out by NYU and Planned Parenthood, this project will develop and evaluate a contraceptive counseling protocol (CCP) grounded in scientific evidence to assist young women in deciding what contraceptive method would be most well-suited for them.
We hope to improve current contraceptive counseling by augmenting the training contraceptive counselors receive so that it includes fundamental principles of decision science and communication theory, so that counselors can be more effective when helping patients choose a method of contraception which is best suited for them medically and for their lifestyle. We believe that as a result of the counselors’ new skills, there will be greater use of highly effective contraceptive methods, less contraception switching (and gaps in protection that result from it), and more accurate and consistent use of contraception. In addition, we believe that clients will be more satisfied with their clinic experiences and form more positive attitudes towards the clinic as a whole.
In order to evaluate our new counseling program, we will conduct interviews with 150 at each of 10 sites. The goal of the project is to determine the efficacy of a contraceptive counseling protocol designed based on extant research and in-depth interviews with counselor, clinic mangers, and patients.
We are seeking part-time research coordinators in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Maryland to help with consenting and administering the survey to patient on-site at each of 10 clinics. You will be paid $15/hour for 20 hours per week. The data collection will take place for approximately six months.
Research Coordinators will be responsible for:
- Recruiting 150 patients in the waiting room over a maximum of six months;
- Conducting informed consent procedures in a private space with all patient participants;
- Facilitating all patient participants in taking an electronic survey following their medical visit;
- Attending on-site training with the Project Director;
- Managing electronic data on-site at the health center; and
- Reporting to Project Director including weekly phone check-ins.
If interested, please send a brief introductory email and your resume to Nicole Levitz at email@example.com.