Provide research assistance for the Education & Outreach Core. Assist in developing, implementing, and evaluating large-scale data collection and educational systems for rural providers across the US. Collect, synthesize, analyze, and report data on provider uptake and treatment outcomes. Prepare grant reporting deliverables including compilation of qualitative and quantitative data. Support educational activities and research new evidence-based substance use disorder best practices for curriculum and materials development.
Bachelor’s degree in related field and one to three years’ experience in a related field such as behavioral or biological sciences, psychology, social work, public health, health education, or medical areas required. Experience supporting research dissemination including strong data, writing, and comprehension skills, and knowledge of how to translate research into evidence-based content and curriculum desirable. Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite (e.g., Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) required. Familiarity with evidence-based practices and research for opioid and substance use disorders desirable.
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