Entries by Rebecca Mercer

ARCC Conference 2015 Preliminary Program Available

The ARCC Conference takes place on May 24-25, 2015 – less than 2 weeks away! We have recently posted a copy of the Preliminary Program on the conference page which lists concurrent session presentation and poster titles to help you plan your conference experience. If you have any questions, please email ARCC@cancercare.on.ca and (more…)

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity – Propel (University of Waterloo)

The Propel Centre is accepting applications for postdoctoral fellows. Positions are available for qualified candidates from diverse fields (e.g., population health, health studies, planning, epidemiology, biostatistics, psychology) who are interested in advancing their research skills, productivity, and collaborations with science, policy and practice colleagues. The candidates will conduct work that (more…)

Prostate Cancer Canada – Manager, Suvivorship

JOB DESCRIPTION POSITION: Manager, Survivorship DEPARMENT: Health Promotion and Survivorship STATUS: Permanent, Full-time, Downtown Toronto JOB CLOSING DATE: March 6, 2015 SUMMARY OF JOB: Reporting to the Director of Health Promotion and Survivorship, the Manager, Survivorship will be responsible for the implementation and successful execution of the all assigned survivorship initiatives; particularly (more…)

Prostate Cancer Canada – Clinical Informatics Specialist, Health Promotion and Survivorship

POSITION: Clinical Informatics Specialist DEPARMENT: Health Promotion and Survivorship DURATION: 1 year Contract, Full-time LOCATION: Preferably Downtown Toronto JOB CLOSING DATE: March 6, 2015 JOB DESCRIPTION: Prostate Cancer Canada has an exciting opportunity to make a difference for patients and their families, for health care providers, for researchers and institutions and (more…)

Cancer Care Ontario – Sr. Policy Analyst, Models of Care

CLOSING DATE/DATE LIMITE:                                      February 25, 2015 POSITION SUMMARY/RÉSUMÉ DU POSTE: CCO’s Clinical Programs and Quality Initiatives Division offers an exciting opportunity to be part of the transformational Models of Care program, aimed at improving the way cancer services are delivered and organized in Ontario. Launched in response to societal (more…)