About the HIT Lab
The Healthcare Innovation & Technology (HIT) Lab is a cross-disciplinary public health research organization. We research and educate people about the impact of healthcare information and communications technology on public health. HIT Lab seeks to improve the quality, affordability and accessibility of healthcare worldwide by investigating the innovative use and clinical effectiveness of information and communication technology. In partnership with members, sponsors and others whose missions align with ours, we independently and ethically research and communicate the role technology can play in improving the provision and outcomes of healthcare.
Healthcare Technology Fellowship is designed to prepare developing public health, life science, and medical scholars at the doctoral or post-doctoral level for leadership roles in understanding and implementing information and communications technologies. The HIT Lab is currently seeking a Health Technology Fellow to write 15,000 word, 30 graphic, page paper related to mobile healthcare in the 21st century.
The Healthcare Technology Fellow will apply a thematic analysis to while conducting interviews, performing secondary research, and using Atlas Ti to determine quantitatively the key themes within the interviews. The Fellow will then compile those findings into a 15,000 word paper with graphical support where needed. The ideal candidate should be able to work efficiently while being remote and on-site as required.
• Doctors of Philosophy or PhD candidates with a strong academic record.
• The Healthcare Technology Fellow should have at least 3 years of healthcare experience conducting primary research, and writing on healthcare related issues.
Knowledge and Skills:
• The Candidate should be versed in publishing about healthcare technology.
• Excellent interpersonal skills both written and oral, the ability to work independently.
• Previous experience in healthcare is desirable.
How to apply:
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