Initiatives Inc. Internship – Lit Review on team-based approaches in Health Care Organizations

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November 1st, 2012

Initiatives Inc. a Boston-based, firm addressing health capacity issues for the improvement of health services in the developing world, seeks an intern for a short, Boston-based internship.

The work required by the intern would focus on conducting a literature search to find examples of how team based approaches have been used in the health and other sectors.   A student interested in new concepts in HR, QI, collaboratives and teamwork could find this an assignment that would broaden his/her knowledge of today’s HR. This position is unpaid.

The final annotated bibliography would need to be start by December, and be completed by the end of February.

If interested, please read the attached STTA SOW – HR Literature Review & contact Joe Anzalone via  josanz@bu.edu

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About Initiatives Inc.: Initiatives Inc. is committed to improving access to quality primary health care for people in under-served communities. A women-owned small business, Initiatives assists governments and NGOs, primarily in Africa, Asia, and the Near East, to strengthen health services. We have managed development assistance projects and assembled and supported short- and long-term technical teams of expatriate and national experts in more than 50 countries. Please visit www.initiativesinc.com for more details.

About Health Care Improvement Project: HCI is a five-year task order contract issued by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to support countries in improving the quality and impact of health services. The prime contractor for HCI is University Research Co, LLC, with partners Initiatives Inc., Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs, EnCompass LLC, Family Health International, Health Research, Inc., and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Please visit www.hciproject.org for more details.