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Dalhousie University, Division of Medical Education
Faculty Position, Tenure Stream, Medical Informatics Program
The Division invites applications for a tenure-stream faculty position in Medical Informatics at the level of Assistant
Professor. Medical Informatics in the Faculty of Medicine was established in 1996. It is a program within the
Division of Medical Education
Major responsibilities of the position include leadership in the Medical Informatics Program, program development
in the Faculty of Medicine and in the Health Informatics Program at Dalhousie University. The Medical/Health
Informatics Program at Dalhousie University is Canada's first collaborative degree granting program in its field. In
addition, the incumbent will provide consultation and guidance to faculty members and medical students, clerks and
residents, and groups with various educational responsibilities across the medical education curriculum.
The incumbent will be expected to make a strong contribution to the mission of the Faculty of Medicine and of the
Division of Medical Education in the areas of teaching, research, curriculum development and administration.
He/she will lead provincial, national and international medical and health informatics projects and teams, and work
with national and provincial informatics organizations. The incumbent will work with the Faculties of Medicine,
Computer Science, Management and Graduate Studies, as well as other non-medical faculty. He/she will promote
Medical/Health Informatics and the Dalhousie graduate programs to clinical and non-clinical audiences. The

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University

 

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