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Tue Sep 15 2009
Jobs: French & Socioling: Assoc Prof, Université de Lausanne
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French, Sociolinguistics & Physician/Patient Communication: Associate Professor, The Faculty of Biology and Medicine, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland
Message 1: French, Sociolinguistics & Physician/Patient Communication: Associate Professor, The Faculty of Biology and Medicine, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland
From: Patrick Francioli <Patrick.Francioliunil.ch>
Subject: French, Sociolinguistics & Physician/Patient Communication: Associate Professor, The Faculty of Biology and Medicine, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland
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University or Organization: Université de Lausanne
Department: The Faculty of Biology and Medicine
Job Location: Lausanne, Switzerland
Web Address: http://www.unil.ch/fbm/page64812.html
Job Rank: Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: Sociolinguistics; Physician/Patient Communication
Required Language(s): French (fra)
The Faculty of Biology and Medicine (FBM), the Faculty of Letters of the
University of Lausanne, Switzerland and the University Medical Centre of
Lausanne (CHUV) invite applications for the position of:
Associate Professor in Sociolinguistics (100%) specialising in
sociolinguistics of the physician/patient communication and in the study of
the relationships between speech and social behaviour.
Candidates should have expertise in interdisciplinary research on topics
such as migration and health, interpretation in the field of medicine and
linguistic aspects of prevention.
Candidates should have a doctorate (or a title judged equivalent), have
published in peer-reviewed journals, have an important teaching record in
medical humanities and in a Faculty of Letters and have a professional
experience of several years either in a medical or in an interdisciplinary
The position includes teaching in the postgraduate training at the FBM,
teaching and research in sociolinguistics at the Faculty of Letters,
management of dissertations and theses, development of interdisciplinary
research programmes on the verbal interactions in the field of medicine and
promotion of synergies between speech analysis and medical humanities in
common projects of both Faculties.
The position is anchored in the Psychiatric Liaison Service of the
Department of Psychiatry of the CHUV.
The willingness to collaborate with other clinical and basic science
disciplines and to participate in national and international research
networks or consortia is of prime importance.
The job description is available on the Internet site
www.unil.ch/fbm/page64812.html. Further information may be obtained from
Prof. Patrick Francioli (Patrick.Francioliunil.ch), Dean and Chairman of
the Search Committee.
Candidates should send their curriculum vitae, a copy of their diplomas, a
list of their publications with a copy of the five most significant ones, a
brief description of their research aims and teaching experience, and the
names of three referees before November 9th, 2009 to the address below.
Applications from female candidates are strongly encouraged.
Application Deadline: 09-Nov-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dean Patrick Francioli
Faculty of Biology and Medicine
Rue du Bugnon 21
Dean Patrick Francioli
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