Reaches out to participants that miss the group sessions to conduct make-up sessions in-person or on the phone prior to next group session.Â
Collects group visit satisfaction forms for make-up visits and sends forms to research assistants.Â
Screens and assesses individuals and/or families to determine education and counseling needs. Counsels individuals and/or on the basic principals of health education.Â
Supports individual and community health by contributing to the building and maintaining working relationships with those in public health care. Serves as an educational resource and patient advocate.Â
Performs other related work as needed.Â
Bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN).
Advanced degree in nursing (MSN or higher).Â
Two years of relevant research experience in areas such as asthma.Â
Experience teaching adults, knowledge of the targeted population (African American women and/or adults with asthma), basic computer skills and available transportation to clinical sites UChicago or University of Illinois Chicago.
Stand for extended periods.Â
Use computer for extended periods.Â
Travel to different sites.Â
This position will be in a clinical setting,i.e.patient-facing.Â
Cover Letter (required)
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