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Statistics Professor - Health Informatics Program « Position Deleted on 7/24/2013 »
|Posted:||07/23/2013 (Reposted Job: Initially posted on 02/06/2013)|
|Salary:||$2,000 USD Per Course|
This position is no longer an active posting on HigherEdJobsStatistics Professor - Health Informatics (Bryan University, Tempe)
Bryan University is currently seeking an Adjunct Statistics Professor for the online Masters of Applied Health Informatics program. These individual will have experience in the Health Informatics field, have a Master's Degree in Statistics or related field, and 2 years experience as an instructor. If you feel you are qualified to instruct the courses below, please submit your resume and cover letter.
HIM540: Applied action research allows an individual within an organization to assess opportunities for improvement, and through a localized project, affect institutional change. This course will introduce practitioners to the concept of applied action research and guide them in the selection of an action research project that they will complete as part of their course of study. Students will evaluate their completed action research project, and determine the ways in which these projects can apply to existing health organizations.
HIM541 Quantitative Research Methods in Health Care II: This course is an extension of HIM540. Quantitative research is the foundation of decision making in multiple environments. Students will learn the tools and techniques associated with quantitative data gathering such as surveys and database mining. Students will learn how to manipulate this data using a number of different analysis tools and techniques. The expectation is that students will focus on areas of research and inquiry related to their graduate field of study. Prerequisite: HIM540
Each class is 5 weeks long and meets twice per week in the evenings. Pay is $2,000.00 per 5 week course instructed. All applicants must forward a resume and cover letter.
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