Call for Writer to Serve as Consultant on Policy Briefs
The Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab, “Colorado Lab”, seeks to engage writers to develop source material for policy briefs. Our research agenda is supporting data-driven decision making with respect to the priorities that government sets for themselves.
The Colorado Lab will conduct quantitative research (e.g., trends in prenatal substance exposure; young adults aging out of foster care who experience homelessness). The writer will help to create a compelling opening for policy briefs by:
- telling the human stories and experiences of Coloradans relative to the topic of study;
- setting the stage with the policy context and/or the provocative nature of the problem while maintaining an objective, non-partisan voice;
- supporting the the researchers in translating findings into digestible information; and
- recommending strategies to amplify the findings through media.
Research Partner Opportunities
Co-PI Opportunity for Health Care Utilization RCT
The Colorado Lab seeks to identify a researcher at a Colorado institute of higher education to serve as a co-principal investigator for an evaluation that will assess the impact of the Tailored Caregiver Assessment and Referral (TCARE) process on caregiver well-being and preventative health care use.
The Co-PI responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, contributing to the development of the analysis plan, leading the identification of the health care data elements and data request process (All-Payer Claims Database), and analyzing impacts of the TCARE process. The Colorado Lab will serve as the primary liaison to the partner organizations (Colorado Department of Human Services, Easter Seals, and Area Agencies on Aging) including, but not limited to, the randomization processes and communication of findings. Applicants must have experience with the All-Payer Claims Database and health care utilization in Colorado. This opportunity will be set up as a subcontract to the Co-PI’s institute of higher education.
Project will start as soon as possible and continue until February of 2021. Please contact Elysia Clemens (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible.