The Office of Interprofessional Education, Research and Collaborative Practice is seeking graduate or upper-level undergraduate students to apply for research assistant positions to collaborate on a writing project with faculty. Students will work with a librarian to develop and conduct a targeted search of the interprofessional literature and then summarize and critically evaluate prior studies.
Students will also interview project faculty and staff to document procedures, obstacles and outcomes encountered during the creation and implementation of a collaborative interprofessional teamwork experience for first-year health and social service students.
Students will be mentored by an interprofessional faculty team. Work is expected to begin in mid-April, and will continue through the summer. Students must be able to devote an average of 10 hours per week to this role. Most work can be done remotely via Zoom. Compensation will range from $14-$16/hour, depending on the level and prior experience of the student.
Students may also receive authorship credit on the primary manuscript that results from this work, depending upon the quality and quantity of their contributions to the project.
Interested students should complete an application by March 15. The faculty team will interview and select final candidates by March 30.