Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Follow study protocol to link participants who are released from the correctional facility to primary care at the Bronx Transitions Clinic or any other assigned medical clinics.
Provides support, education and care coordination, including accompaniment to medical visits when necessary, to approximately 40-50 participants annually.
Attend all study meetings and communicate with the Bronx Transition Clinics Panel Manager on a weekly basis.
Conduct specific assessments of participants physical activity, dietary habits, tobacco habits and economic resources periodically.
Educate participants with chronic illness, including HIV, about evidence-based standards of care and self-management of their chronic illness.
Document work with participants through appropriate record keeping as described in the study protocol.
Make referrals when participants need additional medical or social services and facilitate access to community services.
Participate in any training as required by the study.
Work in collaboration with partners of the Transition Clinic.
Perform other needs as assigned by supervisor.
Internal Number: 2020-12849
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