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Post-Doctoral Fellowship Available in Rehabilitation Outcomes Measurement

Jan 18, 2013

The Boston University School of Public Health's Rehabilitation Outcomes Center has received funding from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) to offer a post-doctoral training fellowship program in rehabilitation outcomes measurement research. The dynamic program focuses on recent innovations in outcome measurement such as computer adaptive testing for patient reported outcomes, advances in performance-based outcome measures, and technological developments that have allowed the creation of sophisticated instrumented outcome measures. To apply, submit a packet to Mary Slavin, PT PhD (mslavin@bu.edu) that contains the following information: Educational background; professional & previous research experience; narrative statement of career goals, reasons for seeking admission to the fellowship program; rehabilitation outcomes measurement research interest areas; list of publications and a copy of one scientific writing sample; and 3 professional references.

Source: http://www.bu.edu/bostonroc/training/fellowship/

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