With its offices in the Chicagoland area and in the nation’s
capital, ASA’s goals are far-reaching: We aim to be the best
medical society in the world by offering superior educational
opportunities and resources for its members. After more than
110 years of existence, ASA still constantly looks to redefine
itself. And, we can only do this with the help of skilled,
motivated people. We’re looking for highly talented,
member-centric people to join our team…and grow with us!
The Senior Methodologist will be responsible for the
collection and analysis of scientific data relevant to the
practice of anesthesiology. Job responsibilities will include
systematic review and meta-analysis of existing scientific
literature, survey development, distribution and analysis, and
other activities pertinent to the development, refinement and
final production of ASA parameters.
Systematic literature review and meta-analyses to support
development of ASA standards, guidelines, and advisories.
Survey development and analysis to provide supportive
information for development of ASA standards, guidelines, and
Collaboration with the Committee on Standards and Practice
Parameters to determine ASA needs for future standards,
guidelines, and other practice parameters.
Actively collaborate with members of Practice Parameter Task
Forces to conceptualize and develop ASA standards, guidelines
and other practice parameters.
Reporting evidentiary information and collaborating with task
forces to prepare drafts of practice parameters.
and prepare reports on documents submitted to the Committee on
Standards and Practice Parameters by non-ASA organizations for
possible ASA endorsement.
Ph.D. in Biostatistics, Statistics, Epidemiology, Public
Health, or other related discipline required.
Minimum 5 years of experience conducting or managing research
projects, statistical analysis of scientific data, or
scientific literature evaluation.
Minimum 5 years of experience in healthcare research.
Experienced scientific writer, with a track record of
Experienced user of MS Office products, including Word, Excel,
Access, and PowerPoint.
Familiarity with healthcare quality management, statistical
terminology, and research methodology.
Knowledge of the perioperative environment and scientific and
scientific and clinical issues confronting anesthesiologists
“Scientific thinking” from hypothesis generation to
development of research protocols to collection of data to
analysis to publication.
Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and a rapidly
evolving healthcare policy climate.
Interaction style that exhibits high energy, strategic
thinking, collaboration, direct communication, and results
Ability to think innovatively and apply thoughts and
Ability to adapt to changing communication technologies such
as online publication, webinars, and interactive
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