Sep 21 Work in Progress Seminar Series
Dr. Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes Hurlburt Auditorium,
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Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships
UBC is accepting applications for their internal selection process for the national Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship competition.
Applications are due Friday August 19, 2016 at 10:00 AM PDT. For more information on how to apply or recommend a candidate, please visit the UBC Postdoctoral Fellows website.
Job Posting: Evaluation Leader
Our colleagues at the B.C. Integrated Youth Services Initiative (BC-IYSI) are looking for an Evaluation Leader to join their team. The Evaluation Leader is responsible for developing and implementing the evaluation strategy, and is skilled in developing evaluation plans and identifying indicators, data analyses, and reporting.
Three CHÉOS Scientists have received awards from the UBC Faculty of Medicine. The annual competition recognizes faculty members in a number of categories, including teaching, research, and innovation.
Dr. Brian Westerberg has received a Clinical Faculty Award for Career Excellence in Clinical Teaching, and Drs. Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes and Martin Schechter were awarded Distinguished Achievement Awards for Excellence in Clinical or Applied Research and for Overall Excellence – Senior Faculty, respectively.
Congratulations to all!
Welcome, Skye and Oron!
Please join us in welcoming two new CHÉOS Scientists: Drs. Oron Frenkel and Skye Barbic.
Dr. Frenkel (left) is a Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC’s Department of Emergency Medicine and Director of Point-Of-Care Ultrasound at St. Paul’s Hospital. He is interested in evaluating the most effective teaching methods for sharing PoCUS technology; measuring competency in the practice of PoCUS; finally, observing the effects of PoCUS on patient outcomes and whether they lead to improvements in systemic resource allocation and management.
Dr. Barbic is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at UBC, where she recently concluded her second postdoctoral fellowship. A registered occupational therapist with a clinical sub-specialist interest in the rehabilitation of adults with serious mental illness, Dr. Barbic is passionate about her profession, and her goal is to promote the role of occupational therapists as evidence-based leaders in mental health rehabilitation and beyond.
CHÉOS Scientists Drs. Michael Krausz and Christian Schutz are Co-Investigators on a three-year CIHR grant that will research improvements to services for people with complex and concurrent mental disorders and substance use disorders. Drs. Elliot Goldner and Doug Hughes from SFU are Principal Investigators.