ANSIRH is seeking a scholar to help build a research focus in racial/ethnic disparities/inequities in the effects of state policies that target women’s reproductive lives. Specifically, the postdoc would conduct analyses for the Abortion Prenatal Study, the Alcohol and Pregnancy Policy Study, and other studies related to abortion access. If we obtain additional funding, the researcher would contribute to planning the Multi-State Abortion Prenatal Study expansion and conduct a systematic review to build his/her own research agenda in racial/ethnic disparities/inequities in abortion....see the full listing
Job openings at ANSIRH
Faculty and researchers
ANSIRH is seeking a Professional Researcher to conduct research and data analysis on several contraceptive and unintended pregnancy-related studies. For this position, we are looking for a quantitatively trained researcher with a Ph.D. in demography, sociology, epidemiology, public health, health services research or health economics—although researchers from other disciplines will be considered—and with expertise in unintended pregnancy, contraceptive and/or abortion access, or reproductive health inequities. The researcher will work on several data analyses and scientific publications on unintended pregnancy and social inequities. Studies include a contraceptive attitude measure development study, a randomized trial on contraceptive education, a national survey of abortion attitudes, and the Attitudes and Decision-Making After Pregnancy Testing (ADAPT) study, which examines how unintended pregnancy affects women’s and infants’ health and well-being....see the full listing
Research and administrative staff
ANSIRH is recruiting a Research Manager (Data Research Analyst III) to work on the Abortion Facility Standards Initiative (AFSI). AFSI seeks to ground public and policy debate about abortion facility standards in solid evidence and genuine public health approaches so that standards in this field are based on science, not politics. The Research Manager will be a key member of the AFSI team and will work specifically on the 21st Century Approach to Public Health and Abortion project. The Research Manger will work closely with the PI and Project Director to lead key research projects related to Health Departments’ involvement in abortion care. In collaboration with the Principal Investigator (PI), they will design study tools, obtain IRB approval, recruit, conduct interviews, perform analysis of data, and contribute to manuscripts. They will also develop training curriculum based on these interviews and the evidence base and coordinate pilot trainings of Health Department staff and Public Health Students....see the full listing
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