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INTEGRATED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE

  • 1 person is interested
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IBHRI brings together external faculty, research affiliates, and postdoctoral fellows from multiple disciplines and many parts of the world who value open science and have a strong commitment to solving some of the most complex behavioral and social issues facing us today.

We offer a Research Affiliate member program to scholars and researchers who wish to be associated with the institute. These volunteer positions support our internship program offered to undergraduate and graduate students attending a college or university in the southern California region. We will be accepting internship applications this spring and summer, and hope to add research affiliates who are willing to mentor an intern and help them with a small research project or publication to add to their CV/resume.

More information is available at: https://www.ibhri.org/collaborate

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About INTEGRATED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Location:

7220 Rosemead Blvd, Suite 202-8, San Gabriel, CA 91775, US

Mission Statement

Improve health equity and well-being for underserved populations by engaging in information sharing, multidisciplinary collaboration, and behavioral health research.

Description

The Integrative Behavioral Health Research Institute (IBHRI) is an independent non-profit 501(c)3 research institution incorporated in California.

IBHRI was established in 2017 for scientists doing research in behavioral health, social sciences, and education. We offer a collaborative home to new or established researchers, practitioners, advocates, interns, and community members interested in working together to solve complex, multidimensional behavioral health and social issues. We strive to help inform prevention approaches and treatment of chronic health conditions where behaviors and socioeconomic factors exert a strong influence on health outcomes.

We invite independent researchers to become affiliated with IBHRI and collaborate on projects that center on or complement issues within psychological science, behavioral health, social sciences, education, and public health. We share our research with the community upholding the belief that knowledge should be widely accessible to all.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Research
  • Healthcare
  • Psychology

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteers will meet with one intern remotely for one hour each week during the internship program. Additional time may be spent on correspondence, reviewing drafts, and ad-hoc mentoring meetings. (Estimate: 5-8 hours per week)
  • Academic or teaching experience with undergraduate students. Most students are earning a Bachelor's degree in psychology, sociology, social sciences, or behavioral sciences.

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