Immune Behavioral Health (IBH) Clinic:
Under the direction of the volunteer supervisor, the volunteer may have the following responsibilities, projects are ongoing and hours are flexible:
-Research and assist with the coordination/planning of patients and their families, writing and editing letters, designing and creating materials such as brochures, presentations, resource binder, quarterly newsletters/other mass communication, proposals, "frequently asked questions" handbook and webpage, and various materials.
-Ensure patients and their families complete follow-up questionnaires and additional forms completely and accurately.
-Support staff with administrative duties including data entry, photocopying, faxing, and mailing.
-Assist with ongoing research as assigned.
-Maintain communication and report progress of assigned task to volunteer supervisor.
-Support patients with their needs in a respectful and courteous manner and answer their questions.
Volunteers are at least 18 years and older, agrees to a 12 month commitment, one shift per week, 2-3 hours at a time, Monday-Friday. There is an additional interview for this program.
Preferred: Volunteers who have their own car, drivers insurance and a valid drivers license.
Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -West Building
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