Clinical Research Medicine - General Health Policy/Management/Administration
The faculty member will use their expertise in Health Systems Sciences, Medical Academics and Innovation to develop, implement and assess TCOM’s Health Systems Sciences program with the goal of expanding the program to encompass broad community, state and national collaborations.
Job duties will include but are not limited to:
Aids the Director in the establishment of program strategy and curriculum development and implementation
Responsible for program growth within TCOM, UNTHSC and the community
Facilitates the development of community and state-wide collaborations to achieve the vision and mission of the program
Responsible for the collection and compilation of relevant data and trends
Conducts program scholarly activity which includes research and publications based on excellent research design, IRB and research methods that produce actionable findings and presents those findings both locally and nationally
Develops program policies and procedures
Responsible for student instruction and support including teaching, grading, student feedback and the maintaining of office hours
DO, PhD, MD degree
Experience with higher education curriculum development;
Experience with research design, IRB and research methods that produce actionable findings
Topical expert in Health Systems Sciences;
Able to demonstrate previous scholarly activity and publication of research findings to recognized journals;
Early career candidates must demonstrate strong potential to develop a research program supported by external funding, while more established candidates must demonstrate active, externally funded research.
Active member of IHI and/or active in Health Systems Sciences initiatives;
Experience in educational research, qualitative or quantitative research design, statistics/data analysis or a background working with inferential statistics, machine learning, data analytics, emerging technologies (AI, VR, etc.);
Experience working within an academic setting and comfortable using health information technologies
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