Ci3’s Lee Hasselbacher Quoted in “Guardian” Article

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Lee Hasselbacher, JD, policy coordinator for Ci3 and the University of Chicago Section of Family Planning & Contraceptive Research, was quoted in a January 15 article on abortion rights, published in The Guardian. 

In the article, entitled “Restricting abortion high on the agenda for Republican-controlled Congress,” Hasselbacher expressed concern that individuals think of abortion as separate from women’s reproductive healthcare, and optimism that this attitude is changing.

Read the full article.

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Ci3 Seeks Youth Ages 15-24 for Mobile App Dev – First Meeting 12/3

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Are you between the ages of 15-24 years and interested in contraception, STI prevention and technology?

Ci3 is seeking young people to assist in the development of a mobile app to help youth make healthy decisions about contraception and STI prevention.

Our first meeting will be held Wednesday, December 3, from 4:30-6 p.m. at Ci3’s offices at 1225 E. 60th St., on The University of Chicago campus in Hyde Park.

RSVP is required. Please contact Dr. Lucy Hebert at (773) 834-7196 or lhebert@bsd.uchicago.edu to confirm your spot.

  • What will I be doing? You will help to design a mobile app, by engaging in a series of group discussions focusing on pregnancy and STI prevention. We will lead every session, all you have to do is come ready to participate. We even provide dinner!
  • What is the time commitment? You will participate in 8 sessions over the next 2 years. Each session will last 1-2 hours.
  • Where will it take place? All sessions will be held at the Ci3 offices (1225 E. 60th St. on The University of Chicago campus in Hyde Park).
  • What do I get out of it? Over the course of 2 years, you will be compensated $300.

Why you should work with us:

  • Help create a dynamic tool to encourage young people like you to engage in healthy sexual behavior
  • Learn about mobile app development, human-centered design, and sexual and reproductive health
  • Collaborate with clinicians, researchers and your peers as an interdisciplinary team

For more information or to RSVP to the Dec. 3 session, please contact Dr. Lucy Hebert at (773) 834-7196 or lhebert@bsd.uchicago.edu.

 

 

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Ci3/Section Research Manager

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Ci3 and The University of Chicago Section of Family Planning and Contraceptive Research seek a full-time Research Manager to work across both organizations. A partial job description is as follows:

The Research Manager will: conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses. Provide general oversight of the analysis and dissemination of research. Oversee the conceptualization and implementation of research studies. Serve as lead program manager as needed for specific projects. Assist fellows with planning, implementation, and analysis of their research studies. Collaborate with faculty on the planning, writing, and submission of grant proposals to federal agencies and foundations. Work with faculty and staff in the Section and Ci3 to write manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications.

Requirements include a Master’s degree or above in Public Health, Health Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, or related field, as well as a strong commitment to sexual and reproductive health and adolescent health.

For a full job description and list of requirements, and to apply, please click here and enter Requisition Number 094835.