Open Rank Faculty Position-Division of Psychiatry Services Research

first_imgThe Department of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland Schoolof Medicine invites applications for an Assistant / Associate /Full Professor position in the Division of Psychiatric ServicesResearch. This position is for a health services researcher orinterventions researcher with training and experience in the fieldof mental health care including substance abuse treatment services,and is open to any faculty rank. Candidates may be appointed oneither the tenure- or research-faculty track, depending onqualifications and preference. Candidates must have a PhD, MD, orother doctoral degree in health services research, pharmaceuticalscience, economics, computer science, psychology, health policy,epidemiology, or related field. Successful candidates will haveeither a record of external research funding or strong potential toobtain external funding for services research and/or interventionresearch projects. This is a full-time research position funded byboth internal and external sources.The Division of Psychiatric Services Research conducts psychiatricresearch in health care policy, health economics, appliedpsychology, pharmaceutical science, community psychiatry,co-occurring disorders, integrated care, behavioral interventions,and other areas of psychiatric care. The Division generates morethan $5 million annually in external research funding, and hasexisting research partnerships with clinical divisions of theDepartment of Psychiatry, with the U.S. Department of VeteransAffairs, Capitol Healthcare Network (VISN5) Mental Illness Researchand Education Clinical Center, and with the Maryland BehavioralHealth Administration. The Division maintains a comprehensiveresearch infrastructure to support clinical interventions researchas well as several large databases for administrative dataprojects, including data from Medicaid and Medicare claims, theHealth Care Utilization Project, the U.S. Department of VeteransAffairs health care system, and the State of Maryland Public MentalHealth System. For more information, see: http://www.medschool.umaryland.edu/psychiatry/Divisions/Division-of-Psychiatric-Services-Research/ The University of Maryland, School of Medicine, is located on theUniversity ofMaryland-Baltimore campus near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor andCamden Yards. The Baltimore Washington International Airport is 5miles away, and Washington D.C. is 40 miles away.The University of Maryland Baltimore is an Equal OpportunityAffirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, individuals withdisabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to applycenter_img Qualifications :The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland Schoolof Medicine invites applications for an Assistant / Associate /Full Professor position in the Division of Psychiatric ServicesResearch. This position is for a health services researcher orinterventions researcher with training and experience in the fieldof mental health care including substance abuse treatment services,and is open to any faculty rank. Candidates may be appointed oneither the tenure- or research-faculty track, depending onqualifications and preference. Candidates must have a PhD, MD, orother doctoral degree in health services research, pharmaceuticalscience, economics, computer science, psychology, health policy,epidemiology, or related field. Successful candidates will haveeither a record of external research funding or strong potential toobtain external funding for services research and/or interventionresearch projects. This is a full-time research position funded byboth internal and external sources.The University of Maryland Baltimore is an Equal OpportunityAffirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, individuals withdisabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to applylast_img read more

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Inslee Extends Safe Start Proclamation, Eviction Moratorium

first_imgFacebook95Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington State GovernorGov. Jay Inslee Thursday announced the extension of proclamation 20-25, Washington’s Safe Start Phased Reopening plan.This extension changes guidance and regulations for activities shown to provide a higher risk of COVID-19 exposure, including restaurants, bars, and fitness centers, as well as weddings and funerals. The changes will also affect family entertainment centers, movie theaters and card rooms.Guidance for restaurants/taverns and card rooms are being issued today; the remaining guidance will be issued early next week.The proclamation also adopts the updated facial covering order, 20-03.1, issued today by the secretary of Health.The proclamation, which is effective until amended or rescinded, is available here.Read updated guidance for restaurants/taverns here.Read updated guidance for card rooms here.Inslee also announced the extension of the eviction moratorium as COVID-19 continues to impact the finances of Washingtonians statewide.The extension makes modifications to the prior moratorium, including:Makes minor clarifications to existing restrictions, such as clarifying that law enforcement may serve eviction orders that include findings required by the proclamation; andCreates a workgroup to help inform potential changes to the moratorium in the short-term and the long-term, if needed. The workgroup is specifically asked to consider how future extensions could address options to increase rent.The moratorium is extended through October 15.Read the full proclamation here.last_img read more

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