SDHI is currently seeking an experienced researcher with previous experience of working with older people with sensory impairment/s using assistive technology aids (preferred) or a willingness to be trained in this area, handing and interpreting both quantitative and qualitative data and with excellent organisational skills, to work for 18 months 1.0 WTE on a CSO funded project. The post involves providing support to the PI and co-investigators in preparing ethics applications, conducting interviews, analysing data, organising research and advisory group meetings and disseminating research findings to a wide range of stakeholder groups. The project focuses on pharmaceutical care management of community-dwelling older people with sensory impairment/s who take multiple medicines (polypharmacy).
The closing date for applications is 3rd July 2015, with interviews to be conducted during the week of the 13th July 2015.
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