The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center (CC) is seeking applicants for the Chief, Pain and Palliative Care position. Applications must be submitted between January 8-17th, 2024 via the www.usajobs.gov website, job announcement NIH-CC-DH-24-12212311. For more information, click HERE If you have any questions about this position, please contact Mr. Daryl Holder at 301-827-4209 or at firstname.lastname@example.org . For questions about the application process, please contact Jim Cheskawich at 301-451-7550 or Jim.Cheskawich@nih.gov .
The Helping to End Addiction Long-term Initiative ( NIH HEAL Initiative ) is excited to share that the Native Collective Research Effort to Enhance Wellness ( N CREW ) has published TWO Research Opportunity Announcements (ROAs)! The N CREW Program supports Tribes and Native American Serving Organizations (T/NASOs) to conduct locally prioritized research to address overdose, substance use, and pain, including related factors such as mental health and wellness. The N CREW Program is a highly collaborative partnership between the National Institutes of Health (NIH), T/NASOs, and Ally
PEC Innovation has announced a call for submissions of empirical articles for their forthcoming special issue: Palliative, hospice, and end-of-life care. PEC Innovation is an online, open-access companion journal to Patient Education and Counseling. Submissions are due by September 30th, 2023. Submissions will be assigned to expert peer reviewers to ensure that all special issue articles demonstrate quality, originality, and rigor. All articles that are accepted for publication in this special issue will have open-access article processing fees waived. Please follow this link for more
NINR is seeking applications from clinician-scientist candidates for the position of Clinical Director to provide visionary leadership for its growing Division of Intramural Research (DIR) in Bethesda, Maryland. The Clinical Director is a key NINR senior leadership team member and reports directly to the NINR Director. Review of applications began on April 13, 2023, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For more information, view the full announcement on the NINR website HERE .
We are thrilled to announce the funding of the T32 Training Grant from the National Institute of Aging entitled "Bridging the Science-to-Service Gap in Aging Care: Prevention, Optimization and Living Well with Persistent or Serious Illness ( Bridging-The-Gap ) a collaborative training between the Department of Internal Medicine and the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical School (HMS), led by Christine Ritchie MD, MSPH , and Ana-Maria Vranceanu PhD . Applications are due by April 15th for funding to start July 1, 2023. This postdoctoral
An introductory webinar is scheduled for Thursday, January 5 at 10am PT/ 1pm ET. Attendees can register HERE . The Helping to End Addiction Long-term* Initiative, or NIH HEAL Initiative* is excited to announce an online networking and collaboration platform for pain researchers: the PURPOSE Network. The PURPOSE (Positively Uniting Researchers of Pain to Opine, Synthesize, and Engage) Network will: Provide a centralized community for research trainees and researchers across the continuum of basic, translational, and clinical research, Offer ongoing webinars and training opportunities, Deliver
Attention PCRC Members: We want to send you FREE STUFF to share with your frontline direct care workers, especially in home health, palliative care, and hospice to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations. These items are generously funded by a supplemental award to the PCRC (3U2CNR014637-09S1) and dissemination of these items is a funded aim of this award. We partnered with home health aides and hospice administrators to create messages that resonated with them related to COVID-19 vaccinations. Here is a link to request two documents 1) Communication Toolkit that has items available for ordering and
NIH has announced 2 Administrative Supplements for a Program Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) experiencing a critical life event such as childbirth, adoption, having serious personal health issues (e.g., an illness and/or debilitating condition), having a high-risk pregnancy, or having primary caregiving responsibilities for an ailing spouse, child, partner, parent or a member of one's immediate family during the project. NIMH supplements provide up to $70k in direct costs for the PD/PI to maintain the progress of research while the PD/PI is affected by the critical life event. First