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Delivery Science Fellow or Delivery Science Informatics Fellow - Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Division of Research

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Location: Oakland, CA
Full-time position
Closing Date: September 17, 2018
Job #12634
Posted: May 30, 2018
Description:

Program Goals for Delivery Science Fellows

  • Enhance skills (framing impactful research questions, applying robust research methods, grant writing, manuscript publication, and oral presentations) to help highly qualified researchers pursue successful research careers in delivery science.
  • Address critical health care delivery problems in priority areas such as understanding and overcoming barriers to effective health care; addressing race/ethnic disparities in health care delivery; improving clinical quality, outcomes and cost; and effectively applying health information technology, clinical informatics and data science.
  • Conduct research to help support advances in how medical care is delivered within Kaiser Permanente’s integrated care setting and the U.S. health care system overall.
  • Be prepared to apply for positions in academic or health system settings upon completion of the fellowship program

Learning Opportunity

The two-year, full-time program includes:

  • Individualized scientific mentorship on at least two delivery science studies
  • Weekly works-in-progress meetings with faculty and fellows
  • Experience writing at least two first-authored publications based on Kaiser Permanente Division of Research projects
  • Monthly seminar series on career and skill development topics
  • Core competency training in Delivery Science methods, including journal club
  • Option for emphasis in Clinical Informatics to support delivery science research which addresses uses of existing and emerging informatics tools
  • The opportunity to take advanced coursework in relevant methodological areas at nearby University of California campuses.
  • Clinician candidates without a Master’s degree or PhD have the option for a concurrent academic study program leading to an MPH from UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health (requires successful application with UC Berkeley)
  • Fellows with clinical training have the potential for maintaining a modest amount of clinical activity (arranged on a case-by-case basis)

Faculty

  • Richard W. Grant, MD, MPH, Delivery Science Fellowship Program Director
  • Julie A. Schmittdiel, PhD, Delivery Science Fellowship Program Associate Director
  • Gabriel Escobar, MD, Clinical Informatics Core Faculty
  • Vincent Liu, MD, MS, Clinical Informatics Core Faculty

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