Assist with health policy-related projects, under the direction of faculty in the Child Health Evaluation and Research Center. Responsibilities will include conducting structured telephone interviews; data verification and coding of qualitative data; gathering background literature; and assisting with preparation of reports and publications.
- Excellent attention to detail
- Some familiarity with health care systems
- Available 15-30 hours per week, including 1-3 weekday evenings
- Ability to communicate clearly over the phone
North Ingalls Building, Ann Arbor, MI
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