Evaluating Interprofessional Education and Training Initiatives for Health Care in Canada
Pallium Canada and the
Dr. Joshua Shadd – Pallium Canada Research Hub at McMaster University (Department of Family Medicine, Division of Palliative Care)
A post-doctoral fellowship (PDF) opportunity is available to conduct evaluation research related to interprofessional palliative care education as part of the Dr. Joshua Shadd – Pallium Canada Research Hub at McMaster University.
Postdoctoral fellowship (full time)
with focus on listening experiences in late-life vision impairment
Two years – 70.00 Hours bi-weekly – Non-Union
Our newly funded SSHRC and NSERC research team is seeking a postdoctoral fellow. The postdoc will be supervised by Dr. Björn Herrmann and Dr. Amanda Grenier at the Rotman Research Institute. The successful applicant will help launch the projects, build community contacts, and use interviews and other qualitative methods to study how older adults with late-life acquired vision impairment experience and engage with auditory media such as spoken stories, podcasts, and audiobooks. The fellow may further have the opportunity to develop other projects depending on their skills, interests, and interactions with other lab members. This may include, for example, studying disengagement from listening and associated social consequences in older adults with hearing impairment.
Gerontology Research Centre, Simon Fraser University
The Gerontology Research Centre in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Simon Fraser University located on unceded Coast Salish Territory – the traditional territories of the Squamish peoples, seeks a recent doctoral degree graduate with strong research skills and interest in environmental gerontology. The candidate can be appointed as a renewable 2-year University Research Associate, which is a non-tenured faculty position.