Curriculum and Research Coordinator/PhD
Our Clinic provides high-quality healthcare services regardless of a patient’s ability to pay by offering a discounted, sliding fee schedule based on income and family size. While this has been the mission of the clinic since its founding, our capabilities have continued to develop and grow through our designation as a nonprofit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). As an FQHC, we are stewards of annual federal funding that allows us to enhance our services to those without insurance and to those facing hardship - whether medical, social, financial or emotional.
Mission & Passions
Our mission statement flows from our affirmation that our purpose is to love God and show His glory by walking in the steps of Jesus and ministering the love of Christ.
We are a local community-based health organization that aims to be an incarnation of love, peace and justice by guiding our patients through their journey toward physical, mental and social well-being, and to be a center for transformational medical education and primary care training in a rural and international context, modeling and exhorting the next generation of medical professionals in a career of excellence, conscientiousness and compassion.
Job Title - Curriculum and Research Coordinator
Assist with curriculum development and coordination for residents, fellows, medical students, and other learners.
Assist with evaluation of curriculum as directed by the Program Director or Sr. Associate Program Director
Assist with teaching residents about research including coordinating the annual FPIN, serving as the local editor for FPIN submissions, as well as working with residents or medical students with additional research desired.
Assist with additional research opportunities as desired by the PD, and APD.
Assists with IRB submissions.
Assist with development of presentations for state and national meetings related to the residency or medical student curriculum.
Assist with teaching residents a safety / patient ethics / root cause analysis curriculum in conjunction with PD and APD.
Assist with preparation of grant reports, grant submissions, and ACGME / accreditation reports as needed.
Assists Program Coordinator with tasks as needed to maintain accreditation of the residency program.
Help coordinate and monitor residents flipped classroom curriculum and board review curriculum.
Assists other employees of CMC who have research ideas or programs.
Meet with residents as needed for disciplinary issues related to curriculum.
Assist with the THC and PCTE grant - evaluation and reporting.
Work with QIO and PD / APD on CLER.
Assist with and coordinate resident QA projects with QIO.
Assist with development of curriculum guides.
Assist with management of resident evaluations.
Assist with resident OSCEs
Serve on various residency and clinic committees.
Job Qualifications Education, Skills, and Experience
Doctorate level degree preferred; MPH or equivalent will be considered.
Experience in IRB submissions and in prior research activities.
Experience in writing grant submissions / articles / presentations.