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ISU ICHR and St. Luke’s Applied Research Division Postdoctoral Fellow Program

The ISU ICHR and St. Luke’s Applied Research (AR) Division postdoctoral fellow program is a two-year postdoctoral position is designed to facilitate medical research between both institutions. Historically, the position has focused on research regarding pediatric complex care, such as care coordination for children with special health care needs. The AR Division at SLHS and ISU ICHR are working to establish positions for Lifestyle and Community Health and Pediatric Audiology.

Pediatric Projects

Mother keeling down to speak with child with special needs

St. Luke's provides state-of-the-art pediatric care designed to better serve the needs of children with medical complexity.

ISU's Idaho Center for Health Research helps St. Luke's evaluate and optimize those services.

Hillary E. Swann-Thomsen, PhD, is the current Post-Doctoral Fellow.

Validation of the St. Luke’s Children’s Acuity Tool

Validation of the St. Luke’s Children’s Acuity Tool II

Acuity Tool: Study of Inter-rater Reliability

Health Care Utilization and Cost Outcomes