NIH Diversity Supplement – Undergraduates or Graduates - UW School of Public Health & Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
The goal of NIH Diversity Supplements is to increase diversity in the research workforce by providing training, mentorship and career development opportunities to individuals who are underrepresented in biomedical, behavioral, clinical, social and basic sciences research. For more information on Diversity Supplements, including eligibility criteria please visit the SPH Diversity Supplement webpage.
The Self-Testing options in the Era of Primary HPV screening for cervical cancer (STEP) pragmatic randomized trial is evaluating the effectiveness of home-based HPV kits for improving cervical cancer screening uptake, cost-effectiveness, and patient experience at Kaiser Permanente Washington.
The home-based HPV kit materials used in the STEP trial are in English only. A potential supplemental project is to evaluate culturally-appropriate adaptation and translation of HPV materials into one or more non-English languages.Additional Details:How to Apply:
Please send a CV/resume to Rachel Winer (email@example.com).