The Quality Scholars Program in the Anderson Center is developing researchers and leaders who will transform pediatric health and healthcare delivery. Program goals include developing faculty to create effective healthcare delivery system interventions that can be disseminated into real-world practice settings, directly resulting in improved health outcomes.
Our unique Quality Scholars Program challenges participants to:
- Design, develop, test, sustain, scale, and evaluate effective interventions in healthcare delivery
- Undertake research that creates new knowledge and translates evidence of improved approaches in healthcare settings
- Teach improvement science methodologies and lead organizations engaged in continuous improvement
- Engage in learning health networks to accelerate innovation and improvement across populations
We seek postdoctoral scholars to participate in the Quality Scholars Program. Eligible candidates include:
- Postdoctoral scholars in pediatric healthcare specializing in medicine, surgery, public health, the social sciences, nursing, pharmacy and other allied health areas
- Faculty and fellows
The Quality Scholars Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center includes:
- Strong methodologic training in health services research and quality-improvement methods (including quality-improvement research methods of study design and analysis, planned experimentation in complex systems, statistical process control, and product and process design
- Series of mentored research / improvement projects
- Exposure to a wide range of high-impact areas of study including innovation in nonhealthcare industry settings
- Leadership training and multidisciplinary team work
The training period will be two to three years. The duration of the training program may be reduced if a candidate already has an MS, MPH, PhD or DrPH in epidemiology or other relevant field.
How can I participate? Applications accepted annually. Applicants should submit a CV, personal statement and three recommendation letters.
For more information, contact: Sarah Corathers, MD, Program Director