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Work at the Armstrong Institute
The Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality seeks talented individuals who share our commitment to reducing preventable harm to patient, improving patient outcomes and experiences, and reducing waste in health care. We foster a work environment that emphasizes humility, respect, collaboration and accountability to improve ourselves, our team and Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Most positions with the Armstrong Institute are advertised via the Johns Hopkins University, although some of jobs reside with the Johns Hopkins Health System. To find open positions, please visit these sites and enter “Armstrong Institute” as your search term.
The Armstrong Institute provides a unique and stimulating post-doctoral experience for doctorate-level researchers seeking further research experience and real world applications of their expertise. Opportunities exist to work with specific Armstrong Institute faculty in areas including:
- patient safety
- quality improvement
- organizational learning
- health care systems
- human factors engineering
- leadership and management
- human factors psychology
- organizational behavior and theory
- evaluation design and methods
- outcomes research
Postdoctoral Fellowship Position Available
The Armstrong Institute has an opening for a research fellow in patient safety, human factors and team research. The position starts in Summer 2016.
To explore being a post-doctoral researcher at the Armstrong Institute, please identify and contact the specific researcher(s) you are most interested in working with to discuss potential opportunities.
Email email@example.com if you have trouble finding the contact information for a particular researcher.
The institute also accepts applications from faculty appointments at three different levels of affiliation: core, associate and visiting. To seek a core or associate faculty appointment, one must already have a primary appointment at The Johns Hopkins University.