The Journal of Communication in Healthcare is looking to fill the Senior Editorial Assistant position. This is an exciting opportunity for educators, practitioners and researchers in healthcare communication who would like to help promote this topic and steer the discourse in this field. The Senior Editorial Assistant will be eligible for promotion to Associate Editor. The position comes with an annual stipend and requires an average of 3-4 hours per week.
The successful candidate will work closely with the Editor in Chief and the Journal Publisher to ensure an efficient and timely publication of the Journal from manuscript submission to publication, including managing the peer review process and handling administrative duties for the Journal under the direction of the Editor in Chief.
The Journal of Communication in Healthcare is a peer-reviewed professional journal. With a focus on promoting communication strategies that may encourage improved patient, community, and population health outcomes, the journal presents research, case studies, best practices, and emerging strategies, media, and theoretical or planning frameworks that showcase:
- Innovative approaches as they relate to health communication interventions and/or specific communication areas within the healthcare, public health, and global health fields as well as across multiple sectors
- The interconnection and integration of various communication areas and media within multi-component interventions that aim at achieving health and social behaviour results among different groups and stakeholders
- The role of healthcare providers, patients, communities, populations, and the public at large in engaging in and influencing health communication processes as well as related interactions and interventions.
Please send your inquiry along with a copy of your Curriculum Vitae to:
T Jirasevijinda, MD
Associate Professor, Paediatrics (Education) - Weill Cornell Medicine
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Communication in Healthcare (Taylor & Francis Publishing)
The Journal of Communication in Healthcare and Taylor & Francis Publishing will consider applications for this position without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.