Postdoctoral Fellowship OpportunityUniversity of Michigan School
of Nursing (UMSN) is accepting applications for a two-year
postdoctoral fellowship, funded by a NINR T32 training program.
Complexity: Innovations in Promoting Health and Safety (CIPHS)
focuses on promoting health through prevention and safety (for
example: risky behavior, injury prevention, worker safety,
reproductive and sexual health) and promoting health in the context
of chronic conditions to facilitate living well with chronic
illness (for example: complex symptoms in cancer survivors, quality
of life with chronic illness.
UMSN is committed to working with underserved and vulnerable
populations, and we encourage research focused on these populations
in this postdoctoral fellowship. Underserved and vulnerable
populations include racial and ethnic minorities, people with
sexuality-related health disparities, older adults, and people in
rural and urban areas.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in nursing or related field. If
Ph.D. is in a related field, then a master’s degree in nursing is
required. Applicants must also show commitment to a research career
in one of the focus areas.
See myumi.ch/aG82Z for more details and deadline.
Questions? Contact Marita Titler, PhD, RN, FAAN, at
[email protected] or Marjorie McCullagh, PhD, RN, PHNA-BC, COHN-S,
FAAOHN, FAAN, at [email protected]