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The CHILD-BRIGHT Network is looking for a…

Learning about Research Data - Blog Series Reviewer | Research Program | Remote

Number of positions to fill: 1-2

Intended for: Adults or youth who have been involved or have a strong interest in clinical research.

Description of role:
The CHILD-BRIGHT Network, and its partner PolicyWise for Children and Families, are looking for 1-2 candidates to review between 6 and 7 blog posts in our Learning About Research Data blog series. The goal of these posts is to increase the understanding of data sharing and related topics in research data management. The Reviewer(s) will work with a small group of staff from CHILD-BRIGHT and PolicyWise for Children and Families that make up the Data Sharing Task Force. The Reviewer(s) will be tasked with helping to guide the direction of the series, providing constructive feedback on blog entries, and potentially leading the development of one blog entry. The Reviewer(s) will be expected to ensure that the blog series considers the voices of clinical research participants.

For: CHILD-BRIGHT Network/PolicyWise for Children and Families
Responsible to: Alan Cooper and the Data Sharing Task Force

Engagement details and expected time commitment:
The expected time commitment is approximately 2 hours per month, through a monthly videoconference meeting and remote work for the duration of the project (approximately 12 months starting Autumn 2019).

Compensation will be provided in the form of an honorarium.


  • Experience in clinical research, as a participant or the guardian of a participant (desired)

  • Computer, internet, and telephone access

  • Competency to read and comprehend English at a newspaper-reading level (desired)

  • Enjoys working collaboratively and participates in building consensus toward shared goals. 

Specific skills or experience that could be an asset:

  • Experience consulting in patient-oriented research, patient-centered care, or other community engagement activities

  • Experience parenting a child with a brain-based developmental disability (optional).


If you are interested in this opportunity, please PROVIDE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION by filling out our community engagement form below.