Essential Functions: The Department of Internal Medicine is seeking a behavioral health clinician/Study Interventionist to deliver behavioral interventions within studies of sleep health and sleep disorders. The majority of effort will focus on delivery of manualized behavioral intervention protocols, in collaboration with the study psychologist. The primary responsibilities will be related to an exciting five-year NIH funded study addressing optimal treatment for sleep apnea and daytime sleepiness. Duties will include:Working directly with study participants. Involvement in tracking and monitoring of study participant progress and safety during the intervention period.Performance of other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Master's or Doctoral degree required for Research Associate. Doctoral degree required for Post Doc position. Degree in a behavioral or social science discipline with experience in behavioral interventions for clinical conditions.
Internal Number: 76_207509
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