Job# 6588 - Improving Health Care for Aging Women (Seattle, WA)
Posted: April 1, 2013
Closes: August 30, 2013
The purpose of this training program is to prepare public health scientists, primarily epidemiologists, health services researchers, behavioral scientists, and academic clinicians, to produce the evidence that will guide optimum, efficient, and cost-effective health care practices for aging women. Women's health faculty at GHRI have a rich program of research focused in areas critically important to improving health care for aging women including: screening and preventive services, bone health, urinary health, the menopausal transition, chronic disease prevention and management (CVD, diabetes, cancer, frailty and disability. The fellow will also have the opportunity to collaborate with the wider group of GHRI researchers. The position includes the opportunity to pursue independent research. Please submit an application (available on our website) along with a CV and a cover letter describing areas of experience and interest in women's health research to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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