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Jan 312019

Dr. David Sheps Appointed ABJHI Medical Director

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Dr. David Sheps has been appointed Medical Director of ABJHI, effective immediately. As Medical Director, Dr. Sheps assumes responsibility of ensuring ABJHI has appropriate structures and processes to access medical opinions and advice, and of developing strategic partnerships in medical settings in promotion of ABJHI and its services, with a commitment to sustaining and growing the Institute, its vision, values and contributions to the ...

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Jan 222019

Project Manager

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Position:                Project Manager Job Type:               31 hours per week (0.8 FTE) Duration:              Maternity Leave Replacement to 31 August 2020 Salary Range:        $52,000 – $72,000 Website:                 http://www.albertaboneandjoint.com Posted:                    22 January 2019 Contact:                  careers@albertaboneandjoint.com   The ...

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Dec 052018

Office Clerk

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Position:                 Office Clerk Location:                NW Calgary, Alberta Job Type:                Casual (flexible 8-20 hours per week on average) Posted:                   December 5, 2018 Salary Range:        $15 – $20 per hour, as per qualifications Contact:                  careers@albertaboneandjoint.com   Organization: The Alberta Bone & Joint Health ...

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Dec 052018

Expression of Interest for New ABJHI Initiative: Alberta Bone and Joint Health Registry

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ABJHI is pleased to announce the launch of a new initiative—the development of an Alberta Bone and Joint Health Registry (‘ABJHR’).  The ABJHR will build the technical platform to enable an integrated dataset to create new research, knowledge and innovations to improve Albertans’ quality of life and function. Over the timespan of ABJHI’s history, health care professionals, researchers, academics and policy makers alike have ...

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