Dr. Hiroko Kiyoshi-Teo's current work focuses on behavior change for fall prevention with older adults using Motivational Interviewing. Research is being carried out under an NIH grant award.
The research staff will complete the Institutional Review Board training, screen and consent potential study participants using phones or web-based calls, collect participant data from hospital records, may occasionally drive to do home visits if virtual meetings are not feasible for participants. The research staff must be an effective oral and written communicator with the research team and research participants. This person must be capable to use Excel, online research database, and web-based video conferencing. An ideal match for this position would be someone who is patient and passionate about supporting older adults as they experience changes in their physical and mental function to reduce their risks for falling
Screening and recruitment of research participants through web-based and phone interactions.
Chart review of research participants using digital charting platform (EPIC)
Administer surveys, and collect and enter data usingREDCap and Excel
Assist PI in other research related tasks as needed
Bachelors Degree (4 yr) with major courses in field of research/No Experience OR AA (2 yr) and 2 years of relevant experience ORNo degree and 4 years of relevant experience.
Ability to use Excel, Web-conferencing applications, and research database
Strong communication skills, strong organization skills, attention to detail,and ability to workself-directed
Be able to visit homes in various settings and support a participant in cases of imbalance for a brief period of time.
Healthcare or behavior science background
Human subjects research, community health, primary care, long-term care experience
Work will be performed mostlyon the computer. Required to attend weekly meetings. May need to occasionally drive to visit participants (once a month or so). Will expect most of the work to be done at home for the duration of OHSU's modified operations.
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