Post-doctoral fellowship position: Systematic review on the effects of end-of-life policies
Support a junior researcher to acquire a one-year postdoctoral research experience within a systematic review project on end-of-life policies
Amount and duration
The main research objective of this systematic review is to assess the impact of public polices on medical end-of-life practices, based on published empirical studies. The post-doctoral fellow will be responsible for the meta-analysis of observational quantitative studies on medical end-of-life practices conducted in different countries.
The post-doctoral fellow will be based at the Charles-Lemoyne research center (South Shore of Montreal, directly accessible from the Longueuil metro station), under the direction of professor Antoine Boivin (http://www.usherbrooke.ca/medecine/recherche/profils-de-chercheurs/boivin-antoine/), designated principal investigator on the project. The fellow will be integrated in an international interdisciplinary research team (Canada, United Kingdom, Netherlands), including experts in health services and policy research, medicine, law, ethics, psychology, and public health. This research project is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. This project is part of a larger research program on public involvement in improving health services and policies.
The post-doctoral fellow will be responsible for :
Address of correspondance
Send your application documents by email to:
Monsieur Marwan Samia
Centre de recherche - Hôpital Charles-Le Moyne
Campus de Longueuil - Université de Sherbrooke
150 Place Charles LeMoyne - Bureau 200
Longueuil (QC) J4K 0A8
(450) 466-5000 #3186
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