The University of Washington Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy invites applications for a one-year implementation science-focused post-doctoral fellowship.
This fellowship provides training for individuals who are interested in exploring and applying implementation science-related principles and research designs to public health-oriented projects. Specifically, the post-doctoral trainee will work on a collaborative state-academic project implementing the Triple P Positive Parenting Program in various locations in Washington State. The fellow will work implementing the intervention with public health, primary care, mental health, and other agencies that provide services to children and families. Research opportunities include facilitating a quasi-experimental study with primary care clinics and conducting social network analyses.
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