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EPI LAMP Internship

Posted March 9, 2020

The Expanded Program on Immunization Leadership and Management Programme (EPI LAMP) is a Gavi supported program in GHLI’s portfolio, a partnership with PATH, University of Global Health Equity and University of Yaoundé I and funded by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. The goal of EPI LAMP is for EPI teams to emerge well-prepared to manage an increasingly complex immunization programme, with attention to efficient operations, robust performance management and improvement, and effective political engagement and advocacy The EPILAMP summer Intern will support the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) teams for the EPILAMP Program. The primary role of the selected candidate will be to support GHLI’s Anglophone and/or Francophone EPI LAMP. To learn more or apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Lynka Ineza (lynka.ineza@yale.edu).

Organizational Communications Internship

Posted March 9, 2020

Since 2006, GHLI has worked with partners around the world to transform management, leadership and organizational performance for improved health outcomes. GHLI works at the brink of praxis and research bringing diverse teams together in pursuit of ambitious healthcare goals. This is done by engaging practitioners from across disciplines and Yale faculty and students to promote a collective goal of developing effective leadership capacities and efficient management systems at the national, sub-national, community, and health facility level. GHLI leadership development programs are guided by a model of experiential learning that enhances both individual and group problem-solving capacity, develops effective relationships and organizational cultures, promotes use of data for decision-making, and generates evidence-based solutions that can be scaled up. The primary role of the selected candidate will be to support GHLI’s investment in enhanced organizational visibility. To learn more or apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Kali Bechtold (kali.bechtold@yale.edu).

GHLI Summer Programs Internship: Yale-Tsinghua Summer Institute and UK NHS Digital Future Program

Posted March 9, 2020

The primary role of the selected candidate will be to support the development and delivery of (1) GHLI’s program in collaboration with the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), Using Education to Prepare the NHS and Social Care Workforce to Deliver the Digital Future, a 6-day residential program for senior leaders within the NHS and social care during which delegates are prepared to lead systems transformation for digital health innovation; and (2) Yale-Tsinghua Summer Institute for Healthcare Management, a 10-day program for master’s-level students in health management from China’s Tsinghua University where Institute participants gain exposure to the US healthcare system through a series of organized site visits and lectures from Yale faculty, alumni leaders, and Yale-GHLI technical experts in health management. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Margaret Anderson (margaret.anderson@yale.edu).

NHS Internship: Pattern Recognition of Patient Demand on the Integrated Urgent Care Service

Posted March 9, 2020

IntegratedCare24 Ltd. (IC24) is a nonprofit social enterprise organization providing out of hours service to 7.2 million people. The successful candidate will assist IC24 to enhance the delivery of its integrated urgent care service. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Adeola Ayedun (adeola.ayedun@yale.edu).

NHS Internship: Imaging Workforce Analysis

Posted March 9, 2020

Diagnostic imaging is an essential element of acute planned healthcare provision and provides critical information clinicians need to aid decision-making. South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System has established an Imaging Network to understand the current workforce and explore opportunities to improve recruitment, retention, and overall efficiencies in the system. A well-deployed, motivated, and integrated workforce is essential for delivery of imaging across the region. The successful candidate will undertake a workforce analysis to determine the required workforce for the future based on projected activity levels in imaging services. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Adeola Ayedun (adeola.ayedun@yale.edu).

NHS Internship: Maternity Outcomes for Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) populations in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw

Posted March 9, 2020

In 2016 Better Births, the report of the National Maternity Review, set out a vision for maternity services in England that are safe and personalized; that put the needs of women, babies and families at the heart of care; with staff who are supported to deliver high quality care which is continuously improving. Better Births recognized that there is evidence indicating real inequalities in outcomes for babies with babies that are Black or Black British Asian or Asian British having a more than 50% higher risk of dying. The successful candidate will support scoping work to understand the data available locally in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw (SYB) and any significant inequalities across the SYB area in comparison to the national picture. The candidate will also engage with groups and local communities with high BAME populations to gather evidence and feedback around what SYB does well in Maternity Services and what could be improved. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Adeola Ayedun (adeola.ayedun@yale.edu).


NHS Internship: Maternity Website Development in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw

Posted March 9, 2020

In 2016 Better Births, the report of the National Maternity Review, set out a vision for maternity services in England that are safe and personalized; that put the needs of women, babies and families at the heart of care; with staff who are supported to deliver high quality care which is continuously improving. Better Births recognized that there is a need for increased information to support women and families to make decisions about their choices and to enable them to make informed plans to tailor their care to their personal needs. The successful candidate will support the development of a website to provide local advice about pregnancy, birth and postnatal care in conjunction with the Children's Service. The intern will participate in scoping work to understand and engage stakeholders and assess potential for use across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Adeola Ayedun (adeola.ayedun@yale.edu)


NHS Internship: Impact of Changes in Medical Technology on Future Provision of Diagnostics

Posted March 9, 2020

The South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw (SYB) Cancer Alliance is leading on developing a networked Rapid Diagnostics service for the population of SYB. As SYB tries to understand their existing and future demand and therefore capacity, they are aware that there are great advances in medical technology that will impact on the way services will be delivered and the equipment and workforce requirements. In ten years’ time it is possible that abilities to test and diagnose for a range of conditions will have been revolutionized by Artificial Intelligence, new forms of diagnostic technology, including genetics, etc. SYB seeks not only highly specialized, high cost technologies, but also new approaches that will enable the NHS to continue to provide rapid high quality care to the whole population. The successful candidate will undertake work to ‘horizon scan’ in order to identify what the likely future of diagnostic tests, in particular imaging and endoscopy, is likely to be. This piece of work will then inform work across the whole system to develop the longer term digital, diagnostic capital investment and workforce strategy for SYB. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Adeola Ayedun (adeola.ayedun@yale.edu).

NHS Internship: Safeguarding within the NHS

Posted March 9, 2020

Safeguarding children and adults within the NHS is well established nationally. Within Rotherham, safeguarding has been under the national spotlight for a number of years following publication of the Jay Report (August 2014) and the Casey Report (February 2015). These reports highlighted the demand for the development of responsive and flexible multi-agency services in Rotherham to meet the emotional and psychological needs of victims of childhood sexual exploitation, both now and in the future. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with the therapeutic team in Rotherham appreciating the wide range of treatment options. The intern will also follow the journey of victims/survivors from the point of identification by the National Crime Agency (NCA). Interns will be able to contribute to the evaluation of Rotherham’s wrap around response to victims/survivors, providing insight into any strengths or gaps. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Adeola Ayedun (adeola.ayedun@yale.edu).



NHS Internship: Transforming Care for People with Long-Term Conditions in South West London

Posted March 9, 2020

The South West London (SWL) Health and Care Partnership is working on a long-term plan to transform local health and care services that is consistent with the London ambitions regarding Diabetes, and Cardiovascular diseases and Respiratory Conditions and the NHSE Long Term Plan requirements. The Planned Care & Long-Term Conditions (LTCs) Transformation Team is recruiting an intern to support the South West London LTCs Team with one of three SWL clinical priority programmes: Cardiovascular Disease, Respiratory and Diabetes Transformation in one of the following operational workstreams: Prevent, Detect, Protect and Perfect. To learn more or apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Adeola Ayedun (adeola.ayedun@yale.edu).