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Chief Medical Officer

  • Location: Катар
  • Area of Work: Other
  • Closing date:

Naufar is Qatar’s national substance use disorder center for treatment, prevention, professional education and research. Naufar was established in 2017 by Emiri Decree, that recognized that addiction is a health issue. Naufar treats over 1000 patients and their families each year. Our services are evidence-based and culturally- adapted to the GCC. Our facilities include over 120 beds (in-patient treatment, residential rehabilitation) and extensive out-patient treatment and recovery interventions.  

Naufar is expanding and is looking to recruit a range of clinical staff with competence in SUD. Clinical staff must be fluent in Arabic and English. 

To lead and set the strategic direction for Naufar’s clinical programmes ensuring compliance with the highest quality standards in clinical care and with Government regulations, in order to effectively and efficiently meet Patient needs and support Naufar in achieving clinical and organisational excellence and achieving Naufar’s organisational strategy and objectives.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Corporate Strategy

  • As a member of the senior management team, endorse the development of the strategies and plans for the Medical division and supports the development of the organisational strategy to ensure that Naufar executes its mission effectively, achieves organisational objectives and realises its vision.
  • Provide guidance to the Clinical Directors who will in turn lead the translation of Naufar’s overarching strategy into business plans for the Medical division and ensure effective performance monitoring and management to achieve divisional and service line strategic objectives.

Leadership

  • Ensure the achievement of the divisional strategic objectives by setting priorities and objectives for direct and indirect reports (including cross-functional teams i.e. MDT, project workgroups, etc.), managing performance, developing a highly-qualified talent pool and motivating them, and providing strategic direction to maximise performance, improve productivity and reach clinical and operational excellence.
  • Develop the next generation of leaders for Naufar through coaching and mentoring to ensure business sustainability and contribute to the diversification and transformation of Naufar clinical care and services.

Clinical and Organisational Excellence

  • Champion the development and implementation of Naufar’s Clinical Excellence agenda for the organisation to become Centre of Excellence.
  • Ensure that clinical protocols, utilisation review, case management, quality assurance, and compliance programmes are implemented according to the established clinical pathways and guidelines.

Clinical Collaboration and Management

  • Provide guidance to Clinical Directors who in turn will lead the clinical team in providing best-in-class evidence-based care to Naufar’s Patients by drawing from knowledge, experience and continuous access to clinical competence and best practices.
  • Review and audit activities of specialty and sub-specialty clinics provided to patients to ensure their compliance with Naufar’s objectives.

Research and Education

  • Champion the development and implementation of Naufar’s education and research programmes, to further improve the treatment of addiction and behavioral disorders in Qatar and the region.
  • Stay abreast of emerging models in the health care sector to be aligned with international best practices and help Naufar become a leader in providing innovative treatment solutions.
  • Champion regular consultant meetings, seminars and conferences to engender knowledge and experience sharing amongst Naufar’s clinical team and the wider clinical community in Qatar and abroad.

Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT) Management

  • Review and audit MDTs decisions and activities, and approve standards of care and care pathways to ensure Patient centric care (clinical, wellness and hospitality) and that individualised care is provided to Patients through individualised care plans.
  • Review and audit the decisions and activities of MDTs, to ensure their compliance with Naufar’s clinical standards and objectives.

Professional/Academic Qualifications:

An accredited degree in Medicine from a reputable medical education institute.

  • Post graduate qualification in Addiction Psychiatry or equivalent.
  • Formal training in addiction treatment.
  • Valid registration with the relevant professional bodies and licensing authorities.

Experience:

  • 15 years of experience, including at least 7 years in positions of progressively increasing managerial responsibilities.
  • Ability to work with key stakeholders, senior management, management team and external partners/advisors through collaboration & teamwork in a non-hierarchical relationship framework.
  • Deep knowledge of psychiatry and addiction medicine and other treatment procedures, possible complications that may arise and treatment options.
Submitted on воскресенье, мая 12, 2024 - 14:51

Programme Officer - UNODC

  • Location: Австрия
  • Area of Work: Programme Delivery
  • Closing date:

This post is located in the Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section (PTRS), Drugs, Laboratory and Scientific Services Branch (DLSSB), Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs (DPA) of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna, Austria. The Programme Officer will work under the direct supervision of the Programme Coordinator on Prevention and the overall guidance of the Chief, PTRS. For more information on UNODC, please visit www.unodc.org

Within assigned authority, the Programme Officer will be responsible for the following specific duties:

  • Provide support in coordinating the field implementation and evaluation of the prevention programme particularly as it pertains to family skills and life and skills programming; monitor and analyze the project development and implementation; review relevant documents and reports; identify problems and issues to be addressed and initiate corrective actions; liaise with relevant parties; ensure follow-up actions;
  • Perform technical support assignments for prevention programming, in consultation with the relevant UNODC field Representatives and in collaboration with the governmental counterparts in geographical regions and countries assigned by the Chief of Section in consultation with the coordinator of the prevention programme. This includes, planning, facilitating workshops, attending to other interactive sessions and assisting in developing operative partnership agreements and project concepts in the field of Drug Demand Reduction with the governmental counterparts;
  • Identify and enter into agreement with International Research Institutions to support the adaptation, monitoring and evaluation of evidence-based prevention programming;
  • Initiate and coordinate outreach activities; conduct training workshops, seminars, etc.; make presentations on assigned topics/activities; Act as a resource person and /or moderator in workshops, seminars, training courses and meetings;
  • Advise trainers, experts, computer specialists, consultants and other resource persons in their preparations for, and participation in project activities;
  • Support policy development, including the review and analysis of issues and trends, preparation of evaluations or other research activities and studies. Organize and prepare written outputs, e.g. draft background papers, analysis, sections of reports and studies, inputs to publications, etc.;
  • Lead and/or participate in large, complex field missions, including provision of guidance to external consultants, government officials and other parties and drafting mission summaries, etc.;
  • Coordinate activities related to budget funding (programme/project preparation and submissions, progress reports, financial statements, etc.) and prepare related documents/reports (pledging, work programme, programme budget, etc.);
  • Provide substantive backstopping to consultative and other meetings, conferences, etc., to include proposing agenda topics, identifying participants, preparation of documents and presentations, etc.;
  • Participate in the recruitment, train and guide the Project Staff operating under the global prevention programme in the relevant Field Offices; advise trainers, experts, computer specialists, consultants and other resource persons in their preparations for, and participation in project activities;
  • Collect and analyze data to identify trends or patterns and provide insights through graphs, charts, tables and reports using data visualization methods to enable data-driven planning, decision-making, presentation and reporting.
  • Perform other work-related duties as required by the section.
Submitted on воскресенье, мая 12, 2024 - 12:42

Scientific development officer - EMCDDA

  • Location: Португалия
  • Area of Work: Monitoring
  • Closing date:

The position we are recruiting for is situated within the Public Health Unit, and the selected candidate will be reporting to the Head of Sector Support to Practice, under the supervision of the Head of the Public Health Unit. The job holder will contribute to objectives and outputs that further enhance and promote the scientific competencies of the agency in the area of support to practitioners and decision-makers. The job holder will be working within the framework of the EMCDDA Strategy and the new EUDA mandate, with the responsibility to support work programme activities, both sector-related and transversal.

The successful applicant will be requested to perform the tasks and responsibilities listed below. General tasks will consist of assisting with the input, processing, analysis, and reporting of data necessary for the production of the Sector’s outputs, including:

  • search, identification, and filtering of publication databases for scientific literature;
  • preparation and preliminary synthesis of information retrieved from scientific and grey literature;
  • coordination and collection of information through online surveys addressing the agency’s stakeholders;
  • applying and ensuring adherence to scientific protocols for checking the quality of information, extracting of data, and reporting;
  • supporting the drafting of and ensuring compliance with standardised operating procedures to implement the scientific protocols;
  • preparation and formatting of tables, graphics and methodological notes also for presentations by sector colleagues, Head of unit/sector.

Specific tasks will include:

  • being responsible for the contents and format update of the Best Practice Portal (including the X-change Registry and any other projects as requested by the line managers) under the direct supervision of the Head of Sector;
  • supporting the development and publication of the European Responses Guide (or any new products stemming from it);
  • helping in the design, development, and inclusion of outputs in the EUDECIDE ecosystem and other projects as requested by the HoS;
  • providing support with coordination meetings and contractor liaison;
  • providing support in drafting practice notes and briefings;
  • any other duties that may be assigned by the Head of unit/sector in relation to the purpose of the post. In order to perform the duties of the post and ensure effective communication with the different actors and stakeholders involved, the main working language required for the job is English.
Submitted on воскресенье, мая 12, 2024 - 12:37

Lecturer in Social Work (Think Ahead) - Middlesex University

  • Location: Великобритания
  • Area of Work: Research
  • Closing date:

Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education Department of Mental Health and Social Work offer an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer Social Work academic post to join the Social Work team (Think Ahead Programme).

Post can be based in London and is also available for remote working with interested candidates residing in the Midlands, North West or North East of England (with some travel for placement visits and Hendon Campus teaching and meetings) The Social Work Academic Group is part of the Department of Mental Health and Social Work which is an exciting, multidisciplinary group of academics, with two active research centres in the areas of addictions and transcultural health. 

The successful candidate will have a proven background in social work practice and academic qualifications at postgraduate level (normally masters or equivalent). You should be able to work collaboratively, and have some experience of delivering high quality teaching and facilitation of learning within a university and/or in practice settings as a Practice Educator or mentor. 

Candidates should have some practice experience in mental health and also have skills and knowledge in child, family and adult social work. As the Think Ahead programme is a national programme, with students undertaking their practice experiences across England, the post holder will be assigned to cover placement units located across England which requires regular travel with a hybrid-working model of online and on campus teaching (London) with regional recall teaching days. 

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and requires a Disclosure and Barring Service certificate. You are therefore required to disclose details of any criminal record. ALL criminal convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings, even if they would otherwise be regarded as spent under this Act must be disclosed, as well as any other information that may have a bearing on your suitability for the post, including pending prosecutions.

The University will apply for a DBS certificate before your appointment is confirmed.

If you wish to discuss the post in further detail please contact: Edd Carter, Director of Programmes, Think Ahead e [dot] carter [at] mdx [dot] ac [dot] uk or Professor Lucille Allain, Head of Department l [dot] m [dot] allain [at] mdx [dot] ac [dot] uk

Submitted on воскресенье, мая 12, 2024 - 12:32

Chief Medical Officer

  • Location: Катар
  • Area of Work: Other
  • Closing date:

Naufar is Qatar’s national substance use disorder center for treatment, prevention, professional education and research. Naufar was established in 2017 by Emiri Decree, that recognized that addiction is a health issue. Naufar treats over 1000 patients and their families each year. Our services are evidence-based and culturally- adapted to the GCC. Our facilities include over 120 beds (in-patient treatment, residential rehabilitation) and extensive out-patient treatment and recovery interventions.  

Naufar is expanding and is looking to recruit a range of clinical staff with competence in SUD. Clinical staff must be fluent in Arabic and English. 

To lead and set the strategic direction for Naufar’s clinical programmes ensuring compliance with the highest quality standards in clinical care and with Government regulations, in order to effectively and efficiently meet Patient needs and support Naufar in achieving clinical and organisational excellence and achieving Naufar’s organisational strategy and objectives.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Corporate Strategy

  • As a member of the senior management team, endorse the development of the strategies and plans for the Medical division and supports the development of the organisational strategy to ensure that Naufar executes its mission effectively, achieves organisational objectives and realises its vision.
  • Provide guidance to the Clinical Directors who will in turn lead the translation of Naufar’s overarching strategy into business plans for the Medical division and ensure effective performance monitoring and management to achieve divisional and service line strategic objectives.

Leadership

  • Ensure the achievement of the divisional strategic objectives by setting priorities and objectives for direct and indirect reports (including cross-functional teams i.e. MDT, project workgroups, etc.), managing performance, developing a highly-qualified talent pool and motivating them, and providing strategic direction to maximise performance, improve productivity and reach clinical and operational excellence.
  • Develop the next generation of leaders for Naufar through coaching and mentoring to ensure business sustainability and contribute to the diversification and transformation of Naufar clinical care and services.

Clinical and Organisational Excellence

  • Champion the development and implementation of Naufar’s Clinical Excellence agenda for the organisation to become Centre of Excellence.
  • Ensure that clinical protocols, utilisation review, case management, quality assurance, and compliance programmes are implemented according to the established clinical pathways and guidelines.

Clinical Collaboration and Management

  • Provide guidance to Clinical Directors who in turn will lead the clinical team in providing best-in-class evidence-based care to Naufar’s Patients by drawing from knowledge, experience and continuous access to clinical competence and best practices.
  • Review and audit activities of specialty and sub-specialty clinics provided to patients to ensure their compliance with Naufar’s objectives.

Research and Education

  • Champion the development and implementation of Naufar’s education and research programmes, to further improve the treatment of addiction and behavioral disorders in Qatar and the region.
  • Stay abreast of emerging models in the health care sector to be aligned with international best practices and help Naufar become a leader in providing innovative treatment solutions.
  • Champion regular consultant meetings, seminars and conferences to engender knowledge and experience sharing amongst Naufar’s clinical team and the wider clinical community in Qatar and abroad.

Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT) Management

  • Review and audit MDTs decisions and activities, and approve standards of care and care pathways to ensure Patient centric care (clinical, wellness and hospitality) and that individualised care is provided to Patients through individualised care plans.
  • Review and audit the decisions and activities of MDTs, to ensure their compliance with Naufar’s clinical standards and objectives.

 

Professional/Academic Qualifications:

An accredited degree in Medicine from a reputable medical education institute.

  • Post graduate qualification in Addiction Psychiatry or equivalent.
  • Formal training in addiction treatment.
  • Valid registration with the relevant professional bodies and licensing authorities.

 

Experience:

  • 15 years of experience, including at least 7 years in positions of progressively increasing managerial responsibilities.
  • Ability to work with key stakeholders, senior management, management team and external partners/advisors through collaboration & teamwork in a non-hierarchical relationship framework.
  • Deep knowledge of psychiatry and addiction medicine and other treatment procedures, possible complications that may arise and treatment options.
Submitted on вторник, мая 7, 2024 - 08:06

Director of Addiction Psychiatry, Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor - Stony Brook University

  • Location: Соединённые Штаты Америки
  • Area of Work: Research
  • Closing date:

Suffolk County, New York, where Stony Brook University is situated, is currently facing a growing opioid epidemic. This, in addition to the other substance Use Disorders, has led to the need for a Director of Addiction Psychiatry. Stony Brook University Hospital, as well as community hospitals that are part of Stony Brook Medicine that operate NYS licensed SUD inpatient and outpatient programs, will require a coordinated effort to help address the county-wide problem.

The Director will be tasked with providing the clinical, educational and research programs for substances of abuse and coordinate efforts between hospitals and clinics. The Director will work with the Hospitals and the School of Medicine to provide comprehensive services across the spectrum. The Director will routinely collaborate with internal and external stakeholders when developing programs and moving the community toward a prevention model. The Director will be expected to recruit and retain junior and mid-level clinicians and scientists, and work collaboratively with faculty and staff at affiliated institutions.

Submitted on четверг, апреля 25, 2024 - 13:16

ISMH Hastings Research Fellow - University of Stirling

  • Location: Великобритания
  • Area of Work: Research
  • Closing date:

The Post

This prestigious post-doctoral fellowship at the ISMH, University of Stirling offers an exciting opportunity for an outstanding researcher to join a world-leading Institute carrying out high profile public health research on alcohol, vaping and approaches to addressing the commercial determinants of health (CDOH). Please note:

  • Remote working is negotiable
  • We welcome part-time or full-time applicants
  • We may appoint to a longer contract depending on candidate/allocated project
  • More than one appointment may be made
  • Start date is negotiable

In your cover letter, please indicate your level of interest and directly relevant knowledge, experience or transferable skills in the example project topics/tasks provided in the description of duties.

 

Description of Duties

The successful Hastings Fellow(s) will be matched to selected studies including from the following list, according to their interests and skillset, subject to discussion with appointable candidates at interview.

Alcohol:

  1. Qualitative exploration of the impact of increases in alcohol prices on members of the public including those living in deprivation or with alcohol dependence
  2. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of market/industry responses to alcohol price interventions using business to business publications and data
  3. Advertising content analysis and/or retail store observations to examine the marketing of zero/low alcohol products
  4. Quantitative analysis of how alcohol marketing affects the attitudes and alcohol consumption of adults in the UK
  5. Analysis and write-up of qualitative data on alcohol licensing systems

(Other) Commercial determinants of health:

  1. Analysis of primary qualitative data and development of novel frameworks for the management of commercial interactions/conflicts of interest in public health and related research
  2. Qualitative exploration and strategic analysis of how CDOH are understood and handled by public health professionals

Tobacco/Nicotine:

  1. Exploring youth and adult experiences of the accessibility of e-cigarettes and related policy options
  2. Co-ordinating research to examine the effects of vaping in pregnancy

We expect other opportunities to arise throughout the fellowship. The successful Fellow(s) will have the opportunity to lead or co-author peer-reviewed papers from all studies on which they are actively involved. The fellowship is intended to provide an intensive working and learning experience in a dynamic and supportive research environment, and to accelerate the successful candidate’s research career through expansion of networks, skills, knowledge and experience. Other areas they could get involved in include supporting work with the World Health Organization on alcohol policy research and capacity building with low- and middle-income countries, assisting with a smoke-free homes international network (SHINE), or researching experiences of Long Covid and the health of people who live and work in prisons.

An outstanding researcher is sought who is enthusiastic, meticulous and hard-working, and who is comfortable and capable of working across several projects, taking on new topics and challenges within a supportive and friendly team. The Fellow will develop their existing skills base in either/both quantitative and qualitative methods including documentary analysis as needed on specific projects; and further build their public health knowledge and experience of study management. Depending on the project allocation, duties may involve:

  • Primary data collection and analysis (interview, focus group or observational data, surveys)
  • Secondary analysis (coding documentation or marketing material using established or novel frameworks; content analysis)
  • Gaining appropriate ethical approvals
  • Monitoring/supporting study recruitment and data collection activity
  • Writing-up/presenting findings including leadership of academic papers, conference presentations, and working proactively with policymakers, NGOs, research funders and other stakeholders.
Submitted on четверг, апреля 25, 2024 - 10:52