University of Michigan RESEARCH ASST I (TEMP) in Flint, Michigan
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related morbidity and mortality among older adults. Most serious fall injuries are broken bones. The direct medical costs for fall injuries are $20 billion annually. This work advances the field of fall prevention by incorporating multi-dimensional physical, psychosocial and environmental aspects of the determinants of fall-related fractures in patient’s life circumstances.
*Conduct the survey data collection at the Hamilton Community Health Network.
*Enter the data into the excel file
*Coordinate the incentives
*Meet with the PI regularly to update the progress
Will need to work 3days per week when the Hamilton Clinic Opens.At least 10 hours per week.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Having a car to visit the clinical sites.
Must be a student.
Research experience is preferred.
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Job Opening ID
Research Assist I (TEMP)
RESEARCH ASST I (TEMP)
Flint CampusFlint, MI
Flint Hlth Prof Stud
Flint Dept Pub Hlth & Hlth Sci
Posting Begin/End Date
5/17/2018 – 5/24/2018
Temporary Job Opening
Apply Now at http://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/apply/157630