Career Opportunities

Society for Health Psychology

Medical College of Georgia & The Georgia Cancer Center

The Medical College of Georgia and the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University is currently accepting applications for a 1-2 year health psychology fellowship, with emphasis in hematology, oncology, and inpatient C/L. – Integrated into the Georgia Cancer Center, this fellowship entails psychological consultation, assessment, and intervention across inpatient and outpatient settings. – The fellow will engage in brief evidence-based interventions with demographically diverse oncology/hematology patients to address a range of presenting concerns, such as adjustment to chronic illness, anxiety/depression, insomnia, pain management, treatment adherence, and trauma. – Clinical time also includes supervision sufficient for licensure, multidisciplinary medical team meetings, consultation, grand grounds, didactic seminars, case conferences, and more. – There will be opportunity for program development, quality improvement, and/or research initiatives. The exact nature of the fellow’s responsibilities will be determined based on interest, skills, and career goals. One day per week will be allocated for these efforts. – Additionally, opportunities will be available to teach and/or supervise medical students, residents, oncology fellows, and psychology interns. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, CV, and the contact information for three references to Lauren Bigham, PhD at lbigham@augusta.edu.

To apply for this job email your details to lbigham@augusta.edu