How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
Michigan Medicine improves the health of patients, populations and communities through excellence in education, patient care, community service, research and technology development, and through leadership activities in Michigan, nationally and internationally. Our mission is guided by our Strategic Principles and has three critical components; patient care, education and research that together enhance our contribution to society.
Why Join Michigan Medicine?
Michigan Medicine is one of the largest health care complexes in the world and has been the site of many groundbreaking medical and technological advancements since the opening of the U-M Medical School in 1850. Michigan Medicine is comprised of over 30,000 employees and our vision is to attract, inspire, and develop outstanding people in medicine, sciences, and healthcare to become one of the world’s most distinguished academic health systems. In some way, great or small, every person here helps to advance this world-class institution. Work at Michigan Medicine and become a victor for the greater good.
What Benefits can you Look Forward to?
- Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage effective on your very first day
- 2:1 Match on retirement savings
LHS 611 Knowledge Representation and Knowledge Management in Health
In learning health systems, knowledge representation and knowledge management methods are foundational for the successful use of health-related data. This course introduces methods of knowledge representation and management, with an emphasis on their application to digital health interventions to support the implementation of evidence-based practice. Students who complete the course will become familiar with a pragmatic approach to representing and managing guideline-based computable knowledge for digital health interventions, including clinical decision support and feedback interventions. By the end of the course, students will have mastery of foundational methods necessary to move on to more advanced study and mentored research in collaborative knowledge representation and management. This class is delivered primarily in an online asynchronous format with optional in-person discussion and learning activities.
Attend classes (T 10:00AM - 11:30AM); track student attendance in class; grade all assignments and respond to student questions about assignments; hold weekly office hours to answer questions and to offer informal writing instruction to students; help with coordinating student presentations; meet regularly with instructors for updates on course planning. There is an online and an in-person discussion section in this course.
Note: The statements included in this description document reflect the general nature and level of work for this role and should not be interpreted as all-inclusive.
- Completed LHS 611 previously
- Able to give feedback on students' weekly written respsonses
- Good standing in an academic program at the University of Michigan
- Demonstrated interest in knowledge representation and knowledge management
- Ability to work with diverse student bodies
- Familiarity with health informatics
- Prior university-level teaching experience
- Prior university student mentoring or student tutoring experience
Michigan Medicine conducts background screening and pre-employment drug testing on job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent job offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background screenings. Background screenings are performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Report Act. Pre-employment drug testing applies to all selected candidates, including new or additional faculty and staff appointments, as well as transfers from other U-M campuses.
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Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. The review and selection process may begin as early as the eighth day after posting. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.
Decision Making Process
All applications with be submitted for review to the faculty member instructor. After a review of the applications and possible interviews, the decision will be made by the instructor in consultation with the Graduate Chair. Decisions to be made by no later than mid-December.
Selection criteria include writing excellence as well as experience in the teaching of writing and/or health informatics, excellent communication skills, and relevance of graduate training. Preferential consideration will be given to applicants in PhD programs at the University of Michigan where their research is related to the content of this course.
GEO Contract Information
The University will not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, marital status, familial status, parental status or pregnancy status, sex, gender identity or expression (whether actual or perceived), sexual orientation, age, height, weight, disability, citizenship status, veteran status, HIV antibody status, political belief, membership in any social or political organization, participation in a grievance or complaint whether formal or informal, medical conditions including those related to pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding, arrest record, or any other factor where the item in question will not interfere with job performance and where the employee is otherwise qualified. The University of Michigan agrees to abide by the protections afforded employees with disabilities as outlined in the rules and regulations which implement Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Unsuccessful applications will be retained for consideration in the event that there are last minute openings for available positions. In the event that an employee does not receive their preferred assignment, they can request a written explanation or an in-person interview with the hiring agents(s) to be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon time.
This position, as posted, is subject to a collective bargaining agreement between the Regents of the University of Michigan and the Graduate Employees' Organization, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO 3550.
Standard Practice Guide 601.38, Required Disclosure of Felony Charges and/or Felony Convictions applies to all Graduate Student Assistants (GSAs). SPG 601.38 may be accessed online at https://spg.umich.edu/policy/601.38 , and its relation to your employment can be found in MOU 10 of your employment contract.
U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.