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Job Title: Public Health Internship
Job Number: CMG 004
Organization: CMG Global Foundation in partnership with Covenant Pulmonary Critical Care
Posted: 3/6/2023
Type: Internship
Classification: Health Care - General
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 2
Location: East Point/Metro Atlanta,  GA    USA
Compensation: Reimbursed for Local Travel and Meals
Position Description: We want to create a database of minority groups- healthy volunteers, individuals with chronic ( pulmonary, endocrine, cardiovascular) diseases- and in so doing increase access to minority groups in clinical research. We plan to do this by engaging individuals at health fairs and partnerships with the local MDs

The intern will also help us create and design a subject recruitment process that will help with increased subject participation in our current trials.

Qualifications: Completion of at least one semester (Graduate or MPH course work).

Additional qualifications: Experience with databases, electronic medical record systems and working knowledge of MicroSoft Office Suite. Familiarity with clinical trials a plus. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Proven ability to work independently. Ability to interact effectively in a multi-cultural environment.

Organization Description: Covenant Pulmonary critical care clinical trial division has a mission to make clinical trials accessible to everyone, especially under represented groups. We encourage participation of people of color and minority groups in clinical trials to create more accurate and equal representation in trials. Historically minority groups have been underrepresented for many reasons.

Organization Description: CMG Foundation's mission is to help solve the systemic problems of healthcare in marginalized societies and communities by increasing access to world standard healthcare through establishment and management of healthcare facilities, including but not limited to hospitals, clinics and healthcare-related education centers. Services will also include providing evidence-based research to reduce social determinants of health in these communities.

Closing Date: 6/6/2023
Desired Starting Date: 4/1/2023
Contact Name: Sara Singha,  Public Health Internship
Contact Location: 483 Upper Riverdale Road
Suite F
Riverdale   GA  30274
United States of America
Contact Location: 483 Upper Riverdale Road
  Suite F
  Riverdale   GA  30274
  United States of America
Contact Phone: 202-640-8016 
Contact Fax: 855-597-8504
Contact Email:
Web Address:
How to Apply: Please email your resume or any inquiries to Sara Singha at

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