The Department of Health Services, Policy & Practice of the Brown University School of Public Health invite applications for a faculty position in the areas of evidence synthesis, or development of evidence-based policy or guidance at the Assistant, Associate, or full Professor level in the University’s research track.
Applicants’ contributions may involve applied, empirical-methodological (e.g., meta-epidemiological), or fundamental-methodological research (e.g., development and validation of novel quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods).
Kristin Konnyu, Assistant Professor, here at the Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health has a new publication released. Professor Konnyu and collaborators publication is entitled, "Generating consistent longitudinal real-world data to support research: lessons from physical therapists." This article is available at the American College of Rheumatology: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/acr2.11465
Ethan Balk, Associate Professor and Gaelen Adam, Senior Research Associate and EPC Program Manager here at the Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health, were two of the multi-co-authors of a paper in the International Urogynecology Journal that won an award from the journal for being their most impactful paper of the year. The paper is entitled, "A Guide for Urogynecologic Patient Care Utilizing Telemedicine During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Review of Existing Evidence," published in print in June 2020.
Congratulations to Kristin Konnyu, Assistant Professor, for being an invited member of the Society for Research Synthesis Methodology (SRSM). SRSM is an organization that provides a forum for exchanges among those interested in advancing and applying research synthesis methodology. The link to the Society’s website is http://www.srsm.org.
A new publication at JAMA Network Open by Alyssa Bilinski and collaborators. This publication is entitled, "Model-Estimated Association Between Simulated US Elementary School–Related SARS-CoV-2 Transmission, Mitigation Interventions, and Vaccine Coverage Across Local Incidence Levels."