Clinical Content Editor (Psych, Neuro, Family Med)
Osmosis from Elsevier
Multiple | Remote/Flexible
Who We Are
At Osmosis, we believe that everyone who cares for someone can learn by Osmosis. Our global team's mission is to empower clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible, increase healthcare capacity, and ultimately improve patient outcomes. In 2021, Osmosis partnered with Elsevier - the world’s leading publisher. This combined partnership will help us reach our goal of educating a billion people by 2025. Together, we are creating a more caring world by developing the most caring people.
What You’ll Do
Clinical Content Editors are experts in clinical medical education in Neuro, Psych, or Family Medicine. As part of the Osmosis team, they oversee the editorial process in the production and publication of clerkship-specific content for our Clinical Sciences product.
- Works closely with Script, Creative, and Assessment teams, as well as subject matter experts, to produce, edit, and review clinical content, which includes learning objectives, decision-making trees, video scripts, assessment items, and other ancillary materials.
- Delineates appropriate resources and provides guidance on best practices for the delivery of high-quality clinical sciences content.
- Works with our Clinical Curriculum Committee to approve content for publication.
- Works with our Senior Director of Medical Education and our Clinical Curriculum Committee members to develop our clinical content roadmaps while balancing organizational resources and stakeholder needs
About the Role
- This is a fixed term, part-time position with 30 hours of work per week.
- 50% of your time will be spent meeting with writers and working collaboratively with our Medical Education, Creative, Script, and Assessment teams.
- The other 50% of your time will be asynchronous writing and editing.
- This position includes benefits and can be done remotely from any location in the US.
What You Bring
- Terminal medical degree earned in within the US. (Required)
- Clinical teaching experience at an attending level. (Required)
- Direct patient care experience within the U.S. (Required)
- Ability to commit 30 hours per week starting in October 2023
- Current and valid medical license
- Strong grasp of the medical education ecosystem, with undergraduate and graduate medical education leadership experience.
- Experience overseeing the development, implementation, and maintenance of curricular activities.
- Demonstrated thought leadership on future of medical education.
- Devoted to the organizational mission of transforming medical education to better serve educators and learners.