The VBIA is made up of volunteers, dedicated contributors, and individuals from all walks of life and experience who strive to make a measurable difference in the lives of brain injury survivors.
Whether it be research, analytics, social media, or graphics; our operations are only made possible because we can rely on people like you.
We are recruiting for a wide-variety of co-op roles falling under different fields! Apply if you have one or more of the following skills:
As our Webmaster, you will be responsible for the design, development and maintenance of our website. You will work on things like creating effective landing pages, incorporating video, graphics, & various media into the pages you create and developing new website features. You will be expected to coordinate smoothly within our Social Media Team.
Researchers will help lead our team in conducting library research into emerging papers that point toward promising leads in the area of concussion diagnosis. This may entail compiling and summarizing research papers, studies, and journal articles that contribute toward our existing state of knowledge of concussion diagnosis, or conducting meta-analyses from existing datasets.
Researchers will also facilitate open collaboration, information sharing, and networking connections between other researchers, volunteers, students, academic institutions, and BIAs. This will be in direct pursuit of the VBIA Concussion Diagnosis Project.
The Vancouver Brain Injury Association’s (VBIA) mission is to fill a devastating void for Vancouver and North Shore brain injury survivors by creating new programs and to connect brain injury survivors, their families, and caregivers to available resources.
In pursuit of our mission statement, the VBIA has introduced The Concussion Diagnosis Project:
Research Assistants will help our team conduct library research into emerging papers that point toward promising leads in the area of concussion diagnosis. This may entail compiling and summarizing research papers, studies, and journal articles that contribute toward our existing state of knowledge, or conducting meta-analyses from existing datasets. In addition to helping conduct secondary research, research assistants will also play an instrumental role in public outreach, education, and helping us collaborate with different organizations in pursuit of this effort.
We strongly encourage applications from members of groups that have been underrepresented on any grounds, including (but not limited to):
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