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1) Research Associate - University of Strathclyde: Centre for Health Policy based in the Department of Management Science

University of Strathclyde - Centre for Health Policy based in the Department of Management Science

Location: Glasgow 
Salary: £30,434 to £37,394  
Hours: Full Time 
Contract Type: Contract / Temporary 
Placed on: 3rd March 2015 
Closes: 2nd April 2015 
Job Ref: 15253 

Contract Type: Fixed term 5 years

This important post sits within the University of Strathclyde’s International Public Policy Institute and its research-based Centre for Health Policy. The Centre for Health Policy, chaired by Sir Harry Burns (formerly Chief Medical Officer of Scotland and a member of the Scottish Government’s Council of Economic Advisers), focuses on three key health challenges: how to fund healthcare delivery set against increasing expectations and demand; how to reduce health inequalities while improving population health; and how to design and deliver healthcare to meet the needs of key groups (e.g. children, young adults, older people). The successful candidate will add a strong analytic perspective to the work of the Centre and integrate work across the Centre’s policy challenges.  The post holder will work with members of the Centre to identify and analyse policy interventions that meet the challenges, critically and rigorously appraise evidence and live policy interventions to help inform and influence policy. Such interventions might be early-years interventions, helping children from disadvantaged backgrounds to live flourishing and productive lives; or ones that enable health and social care to work together to more effectively and efficiently to support people with multiple complex needs. Successful candidates will: combine analytic rigour with an ability to communicate policy findings succinctly at the highest levels of government; be comfortable working in a multidisciplinary environment; have the intellectual maturity to work productively with members of the Centre from different disciplinary perspectives.  Although rooted in Scotland, the Centre is international in outlook and has several international collaborations with universities such as NYU and Yale in the US, with the WHO, and with leading European centres, such as the Centre for Health Economics Research at the University of Southern Denmark; the successful candidate will be expected to build on and strengthen these relationships.

Applicants are required to complete an application form including the name of three referees who will be contacted before interview without permission, unless you indicate that you would prefer otherwise. Applicants should also submit a Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter as a single document detailing the knowledge, skills and experience you think make you the right candidate for the job. Applicants should also complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

Further information on the application process and working at Strathclyde can be found on our website (

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Professor Alec Morton at [log in para visualizar]

Formal interviews for this post are likely to be held on 27 April 2015.

We value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

The University currently holds a Bronze Athena SWAN award, recognising our commitment to advancing women's careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) employment in academia.

More information:

2) Researcher in Agro-food Economics

Working schedule: Fulltime (37.5 hours per week, morning and afternoon)
Level: Researcher F following IRTA’s R+D+I job scale
Salary: 28,897.32 euro per year before taxes (Following regulation DL 3/2010).
Contract duration: 2 years.

Specific functions:
- To participate in the implementation of research projects and contracts in the field of agro-food economics.
- To contribute to uptake R+D+I economic funds from public institutions (competitive calls)
- To publish scientific papers and reports based on the research activity in Impact factor Journals related to Agro-food economics, applied economics and economic analysis.
- To contribute to develop research relationships with other researchers belonging to national and international research centers and universities both from the socioeconomic area or from other research disciplines related to the agro-food sector

- PhD in Economics, Applied Economics or Agricultural Economics
- Experience in participating in national and/or European projects from competitive calls
- At least 4 publications in Impact factor journals (ISI, SCOPUS)
- Working knowledge of English (Knowledge of Spanish is not compulsory)

Specific merits:
- Good knowledge of quantitative methods (econometric models, time series econometric and/or mathematical programming tools) applied to modeling agricultural and food policies and markets
- Experience in using agricultural and food databases at local, regional, national, European and international levels.
- Experience in getting primary information: surveys, questionnaires, deep interviews, Focus groups, etc.

- Quality of both oral and written communication skills on research results to a wider audience
- Ability for collaborative work
- Ability to interact with other researchers and to implement strategic alliances with other research centers and universities
- Ability to participate in multidisciplinary projects.
- To compromise and collaborate with CREDA researchers
- Orientation to academic results

Send the Curriculum Vitae, a Research Statement and two recommendation letters indicating the reference: 02/15 before 31th March 2015 to: [log in para visualizar] or to the following postal address: IRTA, Torre Marimon, 08140 Caldes de Montbui (Barcelona)

3) Research Assistant in Health Economics - University of Bristol, UK

Research Assistant in Health Economics - University of Bristol - School of Social and Community Medicine -  ACAD101295

£31,342 - £35,256 Per annum

This post offers an exciting opportunity for an individual with training in health economics with a particular interest in randomised controlled trials, to develop their career as an academic health economist. The post is available full-time until September 2016, in the first instance, but part-time applicants will be considered. 

The successful applicant will join the Health Economics at University of Bristol (HEB) team within the School of Social and Community Medicine. The School offers excellent professional development and has a strong track record of attracting research funding and excellent results in the last REF exercise.
The research assistant will be involved in the conduct, analysis, and interpretation of the cost-effectiveness aspects of three ongoing trials and will write up the results for publication under the supervision of a senior health economist. Candidates will need enthusiasm, excellent numeracy and writing skills, and a keenness to work within multi-disciplinary teams to develop and conduct high quality research. 

Further particulars and instructions to apply here:
For initial enquiries please contact Dr Elsa Marques at [log in para visualizar]

4) White Rose/CLAHRC YH PhD studentship at University of Sheffield, UK

The School of Health and Related Research is now advertising a funded PhD Studentship opportunity with the White Rose network ( and within our work with the CLAHRC Y&H programme (Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care for Yorkshire & Humber,
This opportunity offers the very best postgraduate students the chance to apply for funded PhD study at one of the UK's top university departments for postgraduate research studies in the field of health economics.
The focus of the PhD research is; Exploring the economics of unified budgets for health and social care Further information can be found at 
The closing date for applications is Monday 13th April with interviews held on Thursday 7th May
This studentship is part of the White Rose Network Health Economics Across Sectors: Reaching out across boundaries. The network lead is Dr Tracey Young, University of Sheffield. The studentship project areas and supervisors combine the following:
1.       Free Exercise! Does the Leeds Let’s Get Active (LLGA) scheme help to increase physical activity and reduce health inequalities?
        Lead Supervisor: David Meads, University of Leeds
        Co-Supervisors: Laura Bojke, University of York and Karen Bloor, University of York
        This studentship will be based at the University of Leeds.
2.       Exploring the economics of unified budgets for health and social care.
        Lead Supervisor: Tracey Young, University of Sheffield
        Co-Supervisors: Claire Hulme, University of Leeds and Christopher Dayson, Sheffield Hallam University. 
        This studentship will be based at the University of Sheffield.
3.       Marginalised communities.
        Lead Supervisor: Gerry Richardson, University of York
        Co-Supervisors: Melanie Jones, University of Sheffield and Maria Horne, University of Bradford.
                This studentship will be based at the University of York

5)  Research Fellow in Economic Evaluation, CRD, University of York , UK

Research Fellow in Economic Evaluation, CRD, University of York 

CRD specialises in evidence synthesis, producing best evidence to inform policy and practice decisions across a wide range of health interventions.

We wish to appoint skilled and motivated Research Fellows in Health Economics to work mainly within health technology assessment and contribute to the NIHR Technology Assessment Reviews (TAR) programme. The successful candidate will work with health economists within CRD and the Centre for Health Economics (CHE). They will also contribute to other CRD HTA projects, incorporating decision analytic modelling and evidence synthesis, including network meta-analysis and statistical analysis of individual participant data, and to methods development.

Candidates should have a Masters level qualification in health economics. We will be pleased to receive applications from candidates who wish to focus on health economics research and from those willing and interested in combining evidency synthesis with economic evaluation.
Salary: £30,434 - £37,394 a year.  The posts are available immediately on a full or part-time basis (minimum of three days per week) and are fixed-term for a period of three years.

Further details are attached and you can find the application at:

6) Research Assistant/Fellow: HERG, Brunel University, London, UK

Brunel University, London, UK                                                                                                                 
College of Health and Life Sciences
Institute of Environment, Health and Societies
Research Assistant/Fellow                                               Vacancy Ref: GAB0014-1
Salary (Grade R1): £30,030 - £37,422 per annum incl. of London Weighting
Full-time, 3 year appointment (permanency may be considered)
HERG is part of the Institute of Environment, Health and Societies; one of three dedicated research institutes at Brunel University London. HERG currently comprises 20 researchers and is rapidly expanding. We have a long-standing international reputation for innovative research in the field of economic evaluation of healthcare technologies. For more information please visit

We are seeking to appoint a researcher with excellent analytical skills to contribute to our programme of economic evaluation of healthcare technologies. The post is designed to allow participation in a variety of projects, and will facilitate the development of expertise in cost-effectiveness analysis using clinical trial data and decision modelling. Current projects include evaluations of: increased seven-day working of medical specialists in NHS hospitals; pulmonary rehabilitation following hospital admissions for COPD; a weight loss intervention for diabetes; and surgical techniques for treating cardiac arrhythmia. If appointed at Research Fellow level, the successful candidate will also be expected to develop and conduct methodological research.

All applicants should have a first degree and postgraduate qualification with a significant health economics component. For appointment at Research Fellow level you will also require a PhD or equivalent experience in an appropriate discipline. Candidates with a doctoral qualification or equivalent experience in related quantitative subjects (e.g. operational research, medical statistics) are also encouraged to apply. Training and mentoring will be available as required.
Please contact Dr Joanne Lord (+44(0) 1895 267395; [log in para visualizar]) for an informal discussion.
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 7th April 2015
Interviews to be held on: Tuesday 21st April 2015 & Thursday 23rd April 2015
For further details and to apply please visit
Human Resources, Brunel University London, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH

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