Public Health Analyst - NIAID - MP

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Lead advisory planning committees or workgroups to discuss public health programs .
Develop critical information on the progress of public health programs for dissemination .
Prepare briefing materials for senior staff to present at policymaking public health meetings .
Work with internal organizations on public health issues .
Research information for distribution to the general public on scientific or public health initiatives .
Advise senior scientists on emerging scientific areas that are relevant to organizational research .
Conduct strategic planning activities within a public health research organization .
Evaluate the overall effectiveness of a public health program .
Develop strategic or action plans for public health research organizations .
Develop evaluation plans to determine progress in reaching research program goals and objectives .
Analyze research trends to make recommendations for continued funding for public health programs .
Monitor organizational funding allocations to ensure programs are within resource limits .
Prepare statistical summaries on health issues for comprehensive reports .
Provide recommendations on future research efforts based on statistical analyses .
Analyze the impact of policy and legislative initiatives that are relevant to the delivery of public health programs .
Utilize electronic database to monitor and analyze public health data .
Summarize key public health research findings and results in written scientific reports .
Work with evaluators to conduct public health program evaluations .
Develop criteria to evaluate the efficacy of public health programs or initiatives .
Monitor the impact of legislative proposals on public health programs .
Analyze public health study results to identify gaps in scientific knowledge for policymakers .
Conduct studies or research projects on public health issues .
Plan and design public health studies or research projects on public health issues .
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  • Plan and design public health studies or research projects on public health issues.
  • Conduct studies or research projects on public health issues.
  • Analyze public health study results to identify gaps in scientific knowledge for policymakers.
  • Monitor the impact of legislative proposals on public health programs.
  • Develop criteria to evaluate the efficacy of public health programs or initiatives.
  • Work with evaluators to conduct public health program evaluations.
  • Summarize key public health research findings and results in written scientific reports.
  • Utilize electronic database to monitor and analyze public health data.
  • Analyze the impact of policy and legislative initiatives that are relevant to the delivery of public health programs.
  • Provide recommendations on future research efforts based on statistical analyses.
  • Prepare statistical summaries on health issues for comprehensive reports.
  • Monitor organizational funding allocations to ensure programs are within resource limits.
  • Analyze research trends to make recommendations for continued funding for public health programs.
  • Develop evaluation plans to determine progress in reaching research program goals and objectives.
  • Develop strategic or action plans for public health research organizations.
  • Evaluate the overall effectiveness of a public health program.
  • Conduct strategic planning activities within a public health research organization.
  • Advise senior scientists on emerging scientific areas that are relevant to organizational research.
  • Research information for distribution to the general public on scientific or public health initiatives.
  • Work with internal organizations on public health issues.
  • Prepare briefing materials for senior staff to present at policymaking public health meetings.
  • Develop critical information on the progress of public health programs for dissemination.
  • Lead advisory planning committees or workgroups to discuss public health programs.