Looking for a motivated individual for a unique Medical Scribe opportunity at Newton Wellesley Primary Care, P.C. in Wellesley, MA. Not only can you join our team to help with documentation, but you can also observe direct patient physician encounters and participate in the Medical Home Model. Approximately 1400 hours of direct patient encounters per year. No experience required; current Medical Scribe will provide training. Start in summer 2018 for at least 1 year.
Hours: 30-35 hours. No weekends.
Please send resume to email@example.com
Boston Healthcare for the Homeless:
HCHP Fellowship Experience
Since 2006, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program has been welcoming the country’s most promising young
leaders into the BHCHP "family," initially through our participation in AmeriCorps/Community HealthCorps, and now
through our BHCHP Fellowship.
Fellows serve as full-time health educators, case managers, and care coordinators, assisting patients navigating the
complexities of the health care and social service system; increasing patients’ access to care; and providing translation
services and health education.
Fellows provide services to patients who may identify as: low income; immigrant; differently abled; transgender; survivors
of domestic violence and/or community violence; single-head of household; and illiterate/limited literacy.
Fellows’ service helps to reduce the barriers to care by: connecting patients to health benefits programs; providing health
education services; and making referrals for support services.
Benefits & Term of Service
BHCHP Fellows receive a taxable living stipend of $14,500 for a minimum 1,700-hour term of service, health insurance
coverage, transportation support, and a completion award of $5,775 at the end of the year.
Fellows also engage bimonthly trainings and workshops on various topics, including food insecurity, chronic disease
management, housing resources, trauma-informed care, and much more.
Fellows are also offered unique opportunities to shadow health care professionals, and are explore various health-oriented
The 2018-2019 year of service will begin in early September and run through the end of July.
We are seeking applicants who are mature, mission-driven, enthusiastic, and demonstrate strong skills in the following
areas: interpersonal, organizational, time management, writing, attention to detail, ability to learn quickly and work
A history of volunteer service and prior health care experience (as a professional, a volunteer/intern, or in coursework), as
well as working with an underserved population are preferred.
We seek candidates who are multi-lingual (e.g. English & Spanish) and demonstrate successful cultural affirmation in
All applicants must be 18 years or older
Additionally, we are seeking veterans, military family members, and those who have been recently un- or under-employed
to serve with our program. Please note that this program is available to all, without regard to race, color, national origin,
disability, age, sex, political affiliation, gender identity, sexual orientation, or religion. BHCHP is an EEOC employer.
Interested individuals are encouraged to contact the program manager with questions:
Manager of Volunteers & Service Programs
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Phone: (857) 654-1033 Fax: (857) 654-1095 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: Research assistant
Location: Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryStart date: ASAPSalary: 40-45kLength: 1 yearDuties will include: chart review, a little bit of data entry, and low-level number crunching so comfort with excel is important. Would be helpful if the applicant has interest in how data can be used to improve the quality of care at hospitalsAdditional info: this work will be for an annual quality and outcomes book that is published online. The physician managing this project is Dr. Alice Lorch (she is excellent and would give her RA great experience, a great letter of rec, etc.).
Research Opportunities at UMass
1. Full-Time Research Coordinator: The psychotic disorders research program: https://www.ummsjobs.com/job/2428
2. Volunteer Research opportunites at the psychotic disorders research program and the china mental health program: email resume to email@example.com
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse
New York, NY
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse offers internship opportunities to students interested in public policy, law, medicine, public health, social work, and the social sciences who would like to learn more about research and public policy in the area of risky substance use and addiction.
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse is a national nonprofit research and policy organization focused on improving the understanding, prevention and treatment of substance use and addiction. Founded in 1992 by former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, Joseph A. Califano, Jr, our interdisciplinary experts collaborate with others to promote effective policies and practices. We conduct and synthesize research, inform and guide the public, evaluate and improve healthcare, and analyze and recommend policies on substance use and addiction.
We are seeking a student to assist in the activities of the organization. Activities may include the collection of new data; the review, analysis and documentation of existing literature on substance use and addiction; the drafting of tools and guides to improve policy and practice; the drafting of policy reports and other print- and web-based informational products; and collaborative activities designed to improve the prevention, early intervention and treatment of risky substance use addiction.
This position offers a student the opportunity to learn research skills from an experienced professional staff; to learn about the enormous public health and medical problem of substance use and addiction; and to gain an understanding of both health care practice and the national, state and local policy making process through the lens of addiction policy.
Scope of Responsibilities: The student will be responsible for assisting the project research staff with tasks that may include:
• Conducting literature reviews by researching, reading, summarizing and synthesizing relevant literature;
• Participating in designing surveys and interpreting the data;
• Assisting in designing and developing products tailored to parents, youth, educators, health care providers, policymakers or the general public; and
• Assisting in other project-related tasks as needed.
Qualifications: Class of 2019.
The candidate should have strong research and analytical capabilities, organizational skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, excellent writing and communication skills, and an interest in substance use and addiction.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and a resume through https://holycross-csm.
Address your cover letter to:
Rebecca Stanton '18, Nina Robertson ’17, Haley Allcroft '16; Victoria Fritz '15; Elizabeth Toby '14; Evan Morgan '13; Daniel Buckley '12; Christine McCue '11; Kristyn Reith '10; Chelsea Hinchey '09; Melissa Rubes '08; Emily Toto '07' Elisabeth Henry '06; Beth Provencher '05; Christopher Edmonds '04; Lauren Evangelista '03; Marie Golden '02
The student who secures this 10 week, full time internship will receive a $4000-$6000 stipend. Any junior may apply.
For more information please visit: http://www.
This is a #CHC Joseph A. Califano, Jr ’52
Volunteer Research Opportunities at the Psychotic Disorders Research Program and the China Mental Health Program
The UMass Psychotic Disorders Clinical and Research Program and the China Mental Health Program are looking for highly motivated students and trainees at all levels who are interested in gaining experience in our cutting edge clinical research, community outreach and global initiatives in patients with schizophrenia. The goal of our research studies is to develop innovative intervention strategies combining pharmacological and psychosocial approaches to treat schizophrenia symptoms, medical co-morbidity and substance use, and ultimately to improve the quality of life in this challenging patient population. There are many opportunities for students to volunteer and learn at these two programs over the summer or on a part-time basis throughout the year. Visit our website to learn more about the programs: http://www.umassmed.
- Highly disciplined, motivated students or trainees at all levels.
- Students interested to pursue health related careers preferred.
Commitment: We expect a one-year ongoing commitment of a minimum 5hrs/week. Individuals available during the summer for longer hours’ commitment are encouraged to apply.
Vascular Surgery Division at MGH
Vascular surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital has a long tradition of excellence in the treatment of vascular diseases. We specialize in:
· Clinical Care
· Innovative Methods of Evaluation & Treatment
· Education & Training in Vascular Surgery
· Clinical & Basic Research
The specialty of Vascular Surgery has rapidly evolved over the past decade to include an ever increasing percentage of interventions for vascular disease performed by minimally invasive or endovascular surgical methods.
The summer internship in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery will provide practical exposure to vascular and endovascular surgery and participation in research. The students will be exposed to surgery under the supervision of Dr. Mark Conrad, Director of Clinical Research, Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. An important part of the experience is to become involved in research to the point of having their name on a published paper, potentially as the first author.
Gina Cach ’17; Joshua Long ’17; Kara Kennedy ’17; Charles Schufreider ’17; Anna Gubala '16; Lindsey Crowley '16; Michael Koulopoulos '16; Greg Tsougranis '16; Thuy Uong '15 ; John Milner '15; Alex Yeo '15 Andrew Mullin '15; Nick Cormier '15; Stephanie Carvalho '14; Patricia Giglio '14; Ryan O'Keefe '14; Michael Michalczyk '13; Rita Malley '13; Arissa Opalacz '13; Michelle Foley '12; Andrew Cox '12; Rio Nomoto '12; Emily Atkinson '11; Peter Laub '11; Jordan Trubiano '11; Sarah Meng '11; Ronald Paranal '10; Julie Guest '09; Brian Hendrickson '09; Anne Schufreider '09
Dates & Duration: 10 weeks
Qualifications: Class of 2019 and 2020.
Some prior laboratory experience would be helpful as well as a demonstrated interest in medicine. GPA above a 3.4 is preferred. Student applications will be pre-screened by Pam Ahearn in the Center for Career Development.
To apply: Submit a resume, cover letter and unofficial copy of your transcript via Crusader Connections at www.holycross-csm.
Please address your cover letter to:
Ms. Lauren Sterling
Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
15 Parkman Street WAC 440
Boston, MA 02114
Interviews will take place at MGH in February. You MUST be able to interview in person to be considered for this role. No virtual/Skype/phone interviews will be conducted.
For more information please visit http://www.massgeneral.
#CHC This position was posted by a friend of the college as part of the CrusadersHiringCrusaders challenge.
To apply please submit a cover letter, resume and unofficial transcript via Crusader Connections.
Spring 2018 Dept. of Emergency Medicine Research Assistant Program
(EMRAP) Volunteer Opportunity
Patient reported outcomes
Behavioral health screening
Substance Use Disorders
Learn research methodology, design, and implementation
Assist with data collection, entry, and management for research studies
Interact with patients and healthcare personnel in the Emergency Room
Opportunities for extended experiences
Work as a Volunteer Research Assistant
Must be in your Junior or Senior year with a minimum 3.00 GPA
Must commit at least 5 hours per week for the duration of the term
Must have excellent organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills
Must have reliable transportation
Resume; cover letter; unofficial transcript; two letters of recommendation
Stephen Higgins, Dept. of Emergency Medicine
Any questions call Steve at: 508-421- 1443