Detailed internship guidelines are found in the MPH Handbook.
Students should submit the Internship Proposal form to the PHPM Education Office prior to registering for internship credits.
The Internship Report form must be submitted at the end of the term so that a grade can be administered.
A list of potential internship sites is maintained on the MPH Skybridge, a web-based resource for enrolled students.
Internship Opportunities for MPH Students
Pacific Northwest Regional Center of Excellence Emerging Pathogens Team Internship
2013 Epi Scholars Program Information
The Oregon Office on Disability and Health (OODH) is seeking an MPH intern to assist with data analysis, creation of policy/data briefs and web-based survey creation and analysis. OODH is the bona fide public health agent for disability and health in Oregon and is housed at OHSU in the CDRC building. OODH's mission is to prevent secondary conditions and improve the health and quality of life of Oregonians with disabilities through improved access to health care facilities, public health programs, and effective health promotion and wellness programs. With the transition to the new healthcare system and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, this is an exciting time to be involved with public health. Come make a difference in this vulnerable population and earn applicable public health experience! Visit us at www.oodh.org.
Prefer 2nd year student (or at least has taken beginning Epidemiology/Biostatistics sequence, need to be able to understand basic statistical output). Experience with SAS a plus but not required. Excellent writing skills. Work schedule and start date are flexible.
Please send questions to Eva at email@example.com or 503-494-3882. To apply please email CV.
Do you want experience in public health research in Maternal & Child Health?
The Child & Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI) at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) is looking for a motivated, self-directed student intern.This position will primarily work on our largest project, the Data Resource Center for Child and Adolescent Health (DRC, www.childhealthdata.org).
The mission of the CAHMI is to ensure that children, youth and families are at the center of defining, assessing and driving improvements in children's health and health care quality.
The purpose of the DRC is to advance the effective use of public data on the health and health-related services for children, youth and in the United States. The DRC does this by providing hands-on access to national, state, and regional data findings as well as technical assistance in the collection and use of this data by policymakers, program leaders, advocates and researchers in order to inform and advance key child and youth health goals.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Use strong SPSS skills to tabulate and double-check data output in SPSS and table format in preparation for disseminating data on the DRC website or for a peer-reviewed journal submission.
Assist in preparing, assembling and double-checking new website content.
Assist with literature reviews and identifying resources for a variety of projects, as needed.
Contribute to the marketing of the DRC web sites, including the identification of new audiences, updating and drafting documents, outreach and marketing tracking, etc.
Assist with management, maintenance, and follow-up/targeted outreach with list of individuals and organizations that use the DRC, including the CAHMI contacts database.
Help with the assembly of large documents, such as grant reports, technical assistance manuals, and PowerPoint presentation formatting.
Provide support for various tasks related to redesigning and launching a new CAHMI website.
Review federal and private funding organizations web sites for new grant and partnership opportunities.
Perform other related duties as required.
Applicant Qualifications/Requirements: All applicants must be a current undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited college or university or a recent graduate with intention of enrolling in graduate school in the future.Interest in research, especially child health services research preferred.MS Office and data analysis skills required, SPSS experience preferred. Applicant must have a strong attention to detail and a basic understanding of survey methodology, data, and interpreting statistics. We are a busy group who does challenging work.If that sounds appealing to you, please apply!
Work Schedule: 10-20 hours per week, flexible within business hours and to be determined with applicant. Prefer a minimum commitment of 6 months, with opportunity to extend as available work permits.
Wage range and benefits: Pay is $10-$12 per hour. Course credit may be available, please contact your advisor.
Access: OHSU is best accessed via public transportation.Tri-met services OHSU frequently.
Directions on how to apply: Send resume, brief cover letter, and schedule availability to Julie Robertson at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Closing Date: Open until filled. Posted 07/19/12