2022/23 Survivorship Research Fellow Opportunity

  • GROUP Survivorship
  • PROJECT SPAN 2022
  • DATE 04/07/2022

EOI HAVE CLOSED

COSA’s Survivorship Group called for expressions of interest from early career researchers to become COSA Survivorship Research Fellows.

Opportunity information

The successful Fellow/s will take the coordinating and leading role in a project from one of several priority areas including:

- Addressing multimorbidity in cancer survivors

- Knowledge, provision, and utilisation patterns of Chronic Disease Management Plans and Team Care Arrangements

- Financial Toxicity and Patterns of Care for First Nations People with cancer

- Developing a practical guidance tool to assist with choice of appropriate survivorship models of care

Further details on each Fellowship project area are available here and up to four Fellowships may be awarded. The parameters of each project will be further developed by the chosen Fellow in consultation with their mentoring team.

Successful Fellow/s will receive mentorship, guidance, and support from the Executive Committee, which comprises internationally renowned, senior clinicians and researchers in cancer survivorship. The time commitment for this project is 4-8 hours a week for approximately 12 months. This role is voluntary in nature and will not receive financial reimbursement. If successful and not already a COSA member, the applicant would be expected to join COSA and become a member of the Survivorship Group.
 
Depending on final contribution, the successful applicant will:

- act as the first author of a peer reviewed manuscript resulting from this work

- be supported to present this work at the 2023 COSA ASM

- be encouraged to present the work at other meetings and conferences

- receive a certificate of acknowledgement

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST HAVE NOW CLOSED.