Project Coordinator Pharmacoepidemiology C4HDS
The Center of Healthcare Delivery Science (C4HDS) is recruiting a Research Coordinator (RC) to join its team. C4HDS is an academic research center in the Department of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The Center’s activities focus on identifying, designing, and rigorously evaluating interventions to improve the quality of health care, with a focus on medication use. Our studies combine techniques from behavioral science, machine learning, and implementation research and incorporate influences from other fields including economics, health policy, biostatistics, epidemiology and clinical medicine. Unlike typical research groups, the Center’s work involves close collaborations between academic researchers and groups that deliver care, administer health insurance benefits and/or develop technologies for improving healthcare. The Center’s largest projects involve “real world” randomized controlled trials that seek to identify simple and scalable strategies for enhancing patient and provider engagement. The design and conduct of these studies must creatively blend rigorous research methods with the operational realities faced by organizations that deliver healthcare.
The RC will be an integral part of the team, managing the implementation of several research protocols, as well as contributing to study start-up processes and monitoring activities. The CRC will function under the direction of the C4HDS Program Manager and/or Executive Director to help with day-to-day management of pragmatic trials and Center activities.