Emory University Research Administrative Coord in Atlanta, Georgia
Job Requisition ID:
815000:SPH: Health Policy and Mngmnt
Assists in coordinating routine activities associated with a research project to include data maintenance, grant expenditure adherence, project evaluation, meeting scheduling, research subject interfacing, light clerical duties and control of equipment and supplies. May review literature for related research developments and techniques, compile findings and generate reports. May serve as project liaison to other departments, outside organizations, government agencies and product representatives. May supervise other staff. Performs related responsibilities as required.
Experience working with indigent populations, interest in the Mental Health field
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Emergency departments serve a critical role as a safety net for the uninsured and medically disenfranchised. Patients with mental disorders are among the highest users of emergency department services; and after discharge, fewer than half of these patients successfully transition to outpatient care. The current project seeks to improve successful transition from the ED to the local mental health center, engage patients in their mental health care, and assist in overcoming barriers to their care.
This project is a multi-year, multi-site endeavor with collaborators in South Carolina.
Bachelor's degree in a related science field or business management, OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. Note: An approved CAS Exception is required for anyone who is charged to a federal grant or contract under this job code.
School Of Public Health
Research Administrative Coord
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