Regenstrief Institute, Center for Biomedical InformaticsSupervisor: Dr. Elizabeth Umberfield
- Internship Location:
- Pre Professional Interests Preferred:
- Dress Code:
- Business casual
- Majors Preferred:
Computer and Information Science , Health Information Management, Health Sciences, Informatics, Medical Humanities and Health Studies, Nursing, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology
- Hours per week:
- Flexible within regular work hours
- If ATMs consistently access account balances, why don't health records consistently access patients' end-of-life wishes? We aim to make patients’ wishes regarding their health care accessible and known across ALL clinical settings.
Interns will be involved in projects that: (a) explore how advance care planning documents are stored, displayed, and shared across health information technologies and (b) identify design considerations for future applications which support exchange of advance care planning documents.
Contributing to this project will provide you with exposure to clinical informatics, training in research methods, experience working with data, and mentorship by a research scientist with a clinical (registered nurse) and informatics background.
- Internship Duties:
Assist with data collection (e.g., surveys, literature review),
Compile and prepare data for analysis,
Assist with data analysis, and
Other duties as assigned
- Interns will be required to complete HIPAA training (offered by the institute) and research ethics and best practices training through the CITI Program (offered online through the university). Interns must have strong attention to detail and bring insight and critical thinking to the project(s).