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Duties & Responsibilities:
Under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Issa, the Graduate Research Assistant is expected to:
Conduct literature reviews (including systematic, scoping or traditional, etc.) and maintain databases of relevant literature.
Develop research protocols.
Actively participate in the design of survey and data collection instruments including development, revision, and validation of the data collection tools.
Program the survey into the required software and test it.
Develop and/or update the protocol (and any needed amendments) and the application for the REB (McGill IRB) and other institutional research ethics boards (including consent forms and other related materials).
Conduct semi-structured qualitative interviews and/or focus groups.
Participate in all aspects of data collection including recruitment of clinicians.
Interact with all relevant stakeholders (clinicians, patients/families, pan-Canadian researchers, collaborators etc.)
Conduct statistical analysis using statistical packages/software (such as R, SPSS, NVivo, Lighthouse, etc) and analyze and interpret the results.
Contribute to the dissemination of results, including the writing of reports and scientific articles, and work with Dr Issa on the preparation for submission to journals.
Collaborate with pan-Canadian team of researchers (including at McGill, UBC, Toronto…)
Preparation of posters, slide decks for talks or other materials for various conferences.
Participate in the development of new methods for analysis or research as needed.
Perform other research activities as assigned by the research supervisor.
Other Qualifying Skills and Abilities:
Organized and having the ability to meet deadlines and balance multiple tasks and projects.
Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
Excellent time management skills. The RA should have demonstrated ability to work on different projects concurrently and to successfully manage deadlines.
Excellent communication and writing skills in English. Proficiency in French considered as an asset.
Strong interpersonal skills and strong capacity for teamwork.
The ability to work in a fast-changing environment and to learn new skills, software, and applications quickly and independently, and acquire new responsibilities.
Experience with copy-editing, reference formatting, and source checking is an asset.
Hours per Week:
15 (Part time)
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