The Neurocardiac Care Program in Columbia University's Neurocritical Care Department is seeking a volunteer research assistant to join their team for a study on cardiac arrest survivors and their caregivers' physical, cognitive, and psychological burden.
The study, Cardiac Arrest Neuropsychological Outcome Evaluations Family (CANOE-F) is a prospective, longitudinal clinical research study. In collaboration with the Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular health (CBCH) at CUMC, our aim is to investigate various cognitive, and psychiatric determinants of caregiver burden and uncertainty. Publication opportunities along with direct patient contact both in-patient and, in a multi-disciplinary, dedicated NeuroCardiac Comprehensive Care Clinic (N4C) are available.
Strong interpersonal skills
Data entry skills are a plus
Spanish-fluency is a plus
Part-time, with 10-12 hours per week.
To apply, please email Bella Tincher with a short introduction and resume attached.