1) PHD scholarship at the University of Strathclyde : Variations in healthcare utilisation and spending - a spatial econometric approach
PhD Scholarship at the University of Strathclyde, UK
Variations in healthcare utilisation and spending – a spatial econometric approach Innovating Healthy Futures
UK/EU fees covered.
Closing date: 30th June 2015
Informal enquiries to: Dr Stuart Mcintyre ([log in para visualizar]), Department of Economics
Applications to: Fiona McIntosh ([log in para visualizar])
This PhD scholarship forms part of a new, multidisciplinary cluster of PhD scholarships across Strathclyde Business School focused on health and well-being, particularly in urban settings. This cluster is supported by and will be linked with the Centre for Health Policy, and is aligned with the University themes of Health and of Future Cities, which is a major focus for Strathclyde as a leading international technological university. The cluster will help SBS to contribute to this research agenda while extending existing programmes of research through the blending of theoretical frameworks, concepts and methodological approaches. The cluster is also well aligned with the Scottish Government’s revised Economic Strategy which identifies investment in education, skills and health; inclusive growth which promotes equality and tackles inequality; and innovative approaches to long standing economic and social problems as key priorities.
There are a number of well documented variations in healthcare in the UK and in Scotland, both in terms of treatment or expenditure. Often this variation is cited as one of the reasons for believing that services are delivered "inefficiently" (after all, if otherwise similar populations in different places are being treated with differing levels of intensity, they cannot as a matter of logic all be receiving optimal treatment). Understanding the reasons for these variations is an important area of study. One, relatively neglected, dimension of the modelling strategy is the role of space in understanding outcomes. There are some papers in the literature which use these tools on UK health data, e.g. one explores the spatial dimension to mental health expenditure in England using a spatial panel approach. Central to this approach was estimating a supply and demand model that incorporated interaction between local authority areas. Other studies have demonstrated the important role that spatial variation plays in our understanding of healthcare issues including the spatial pattern of hospital admissions, healthcare expenditure, GP service, and learning disability services.
This PhD would contribute to an emerging literature in this area, utilizing econometric tools to improve our understanding of how to drive improvements in the healthcare sector. The initial focus would be on understanding local variations in healthcare expenditure, but thereafter the analysis will move away from a focus on the local decision units per se to consideration of smaller spatial scales. Specifically, we will examine the spatial pattern of hospital admissions within the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area. This will allow us, while controlling for different predictors of hospital admission, to also consider the role of spatial variation and accessibility issues. This represents a major advance in the literature with the extant literature focusing on much more aggregate spatial levels of analysis.
Candidates should have a good MSc degree in Economics or Health Economics or a related discipline, and be interested in health policy and/or applied econometrics. The project will require the use of standard econometric packages (e.g. Stata/Matlab etc), and so experience in the use of these statistical software packages is an advantage.
Dr Stuart McIntyre (Department of Economics)
Professor Alec Morton (Department of Management Science)
The PhD student will also benefit from involvement in the activities of the applied econometrics research group at Strathclyde and the activities of Strathclyde’s Centre for Health Policy.
How to apply for a studentship
Students are strongly advised to make informal enquiries before submitting applications. Applications should be sent to the contact indicated for each studentship and include all of the following materials:
A cover letter identifying your project of interest and explaining your research interests, relevant training and skills, and long-term career goals. This should include a short statement (max 800 words) explaining how these fit with and can add to the research programme.
A curriculum vitae (CV).
If available, a substantial piece of writing (5,000-10,000 words) such as a literature review or previous research findings. In some cases, a short research proposal may be requested.
Official transcript(s) of your undergraduate/postgraduate degrees.
Two academic references from an institution at which you have studied.
English qualifications obtained, if English is not your first language.
The ideal candidate is expected to hold a First Class Honours undergraduate degree or a Master's degree with distinction in a relevant business and management or related social science discipline.
Closing date: 30th June 2015
2) Manager/Senior Associate position at Amgen Global Economic Modelling Centre, Zurich, Switzerland
Amgen discovers, develops and delivers innovative human therapeutics. A biotechnology pioneer since 1980, Amgen was one of the first companies to realize the new science’s promise by bringing novel medicines from lab, to manufacturing plant, to patient. Amgen therapeutics have changed the practice of medicine, helping millions of people in the fight against cancer, kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis and other serious illnesses. With a broad and deep pipeline of potential new medicines, Amgen is committed to advancing science to dramatically improve people’s lives. Amgen is committed to promoting and maintaining an inclusive, high-performing culture where all team members embrace and leverage each other’s talents and backgrounds, nourish innovative thinking, achieve their full potential, and contribute to Amgen's success. Our commitment to diversity is articulated in our core values and reflected in every part of our organization.
We are currently seeking a candidate to join the Global Economic Modelling Centre. We work in international cross-functional teams developing and supporting product value strategy focusing on evidence-based economic modelling throughout the product life-cycle. The activities of the Global Economic Modelling Centre include early modelling for strategic input to development, design and pricing, core models and local model adaptations for Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and price and reimbursement submissions as well as tools supporting field-based key account value communication.
The successful candidate will be focused on designing and executing the activities involved in the development and local adaptation of economic models across different therapeutic areas, under the supervision of a senior team member, and in collaboration with cross-functional local and global teams to support the launch of innovative therapies.
Key responsibilities include:
• Report the economic section of HTA pricing and reimbursement submissions and prepare responses to questions from HTA bodies.
• Customize core models to address local requirements:
o Critically review and select relevant inputs.
o Generate base case and sensitivity/scenario results.
o Discuss, re-analyse and present results.
• Support the development of economic modelling tools, such as cost-effectiveness models, budget impact models and field based account calculators.
• MSc in Health Economics with a background in economics or in a quantitative field (such as statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology or engineering).
• Minimum of 2-year relevant working experience in the pharmaceutical industry consultancy, academia, reimbursement agencies or equivalent.
• Experience in the local adaptation of cost-effectiveness and budget impact models.
• Strong analytical, written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated skills in project management.
• Strong Excel skills.
• Fluency in English.
• Experience in the development of cost-effectiveness and budget impact models.
• Experience in the development of HTA reports.
• Experience in performing literature reviews.
• Experience using Visual Basic, TreeAge Pro, R, Stata, SAS, WinBUGS and other software for statistical analyses.
• Previous experience in the oncology and/or inflammatory fields.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Anna Buchner on: [log in para visualizar]
3) Research Associate - HEHTA, Glasgow, UK
The Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) Research Group (www.glasgow.ac.uk/hehta) is a fast-growing and vibrant team of multi-disciplinary researchers, who share common interests in the areas of health economics and health technology assessment. The assessment of health interventions is one of the key areas of activity within HEHTA; this includes undertaking evidence synthesis, economic and decision modelling, and economic analyses of clinical trial data. We are currently seeking enthusiastic and motivated, post-doctoral researchers, with relevant skills and experience to join our group.
The purpose of this post is to conduct, present and publish research in the disciplines of health economics and health technology assessment. In particular, the candidate will primarily contribute to the economic evaluation (including pre-trial model and economic evaluation alongside the clinical trial) of the FEMME trial funded by the NIHR. The FEMME trial seeks to determine the clinical and cost-effectiveness of embolization and myomectomy in the management of uterine fibroids; details of the trial can be found here: http://www.nets.nihr.ac.uk/projects/hta/085322
Informal enquiries are welcome and should be addressed to Professor Olivia Wu ([log in para visualizar]).
This post is funded for 2 years.
Closing date 14th June 2015
4) Junior Big Data Developer
Big Data Developer (Junior level)
Salary & Benefits package
We are assisting a high profile technology consultancy which is growing their Dublin team source a Junior Hadoop Developer.
This is a junior role which will give the job holder an opportunity to work with the latest technologies across a diverse range of projects in a client focused environment.
Duties and Responsibilities:
•Supporting client engagement work in a variety of industries, areas and specialisms
•Assisting in the scoping and delivery of Big Data solutions
•Develop MR1/YARN application in Java, Scala or Python
•Develop Hive and Impala scripts
Qualifications & Skills required:
Suitable applicants will be degree educated in a Computer Science related discipline with between 6 – 18 months experience in one or more of the following:
•Java, Python, Scala
•Hadoop architecture (HDFS, Map Reduce 1, YARN)
•Common Hadoop distributions (Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR)
•One technology between Hive, Impala and Pig
•SQOOP and other ETL tools
•Clear and articulate communication style
•Ability to collaborate and share initiatives in developing and innovating technology analytics solutions
•Previous client facing / consulting experience
•Highly motivated, with a proven ability to work on own initiative within a challenging and dynamic work environment
•Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels
•Strong analytical skills and logical approach
•Strong commitment to professional and client service excellence
Interested in this opportunity?
Please submit your CV in a Microsoft Word Format to [log in para visualizar]
More information: http://www.bullhornreach.com/sites/AllenRecruitmentJobs/job/2019445_junior-big-data-developer-dublin-ireland?utm_campaign=v1&utm_content=9&utm_source=twitter.com&referer=None&utm_medium=referral
5) Job opportunity at CATALYST HEALTH ECONOMICS CONSULTANTS, UK
RESEARCHER AT CATALYST HEALTH ECONOMICS CONSULTANTS, UK
Due to continued growth, CATALYST Health Economics Consultants is seeking a researcher to join its team, providing health economics evidence to support clients' business development strategies.
The successful applicant will participate in modelling the impact of diseases and technologies, including pharmaceuticals and medical devices, with an emphasis on economic evaluations and burden of illness analyses. This will include the use of decision models, Markov models and budget impact models, in addition to economic analyses alongside clinical trials. Candidates should be capable of independently conducting components of research projects with guidance from senior staff. The role also requires a commitment to working in a team environment with an emphasis on collaboration and maintaining a positive relationship with colleagues and clients.
Candidates are required to have a deep understanding of the principles of health economics research. A post-graduate degree in a relevant discipline is essential, backed up with sound quantitative skills and experience in conducting economic evaluations or outcomes research. In particular, candidates are required to have experience in conducting cost-effectiveness and budget impact analyses. Proficiency in statistical analyses of clinical trial data would be advantageous. Experience of more than one European health care system is desirable.
Excellent communication and organisational skills, and the ability to handle multiple projects and deliver high quality work within timelines is essential. Fluent spoken and excellent written English is mandatory for this position.
Candidates should have advanced skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience of discrete event simulation software and data analysis software (such as SPSS) would be advantageous.
CATALYST is a well established, successful health economics and outcomes research consultancy, as demonstrated by our track record of peer reviewed publications. We provide global consultancy services to healthcare manufacturers, with a focus on economic evaluations, burden of illness analyses and quality of life studies.
More information about the company can be found on the website at www.catalyst-health.com. CATALYST is an equal opportunities employer and committed to a flexible and friendly working environment.
Those interested in joining a leading consultancy where they can play a truly influential role should send their CV, in confidence, by 15 June 2015 to: Prof. Julian Guest, Managing Director, CATALYST Health Economics Consultants Ltd, 34b High Street, Northwood, Middlesex HA6 1BN, UK. Tel: +44 1923 450045; E-mail: [log in para visualizar]
6) Health Economist (Cancer Research): International Agency for Research on Cancer, France
International Agency for Research on Cancer, France
Health Economist (Cancer Research)
Vacancy Notice No: IARC/15/FT263
Title: Health Economist
Contract type: Fixed-term Appointment
Duration of contract: 2 years, renewable. Any extension subject to availability of funding.
Date: 22 May 2015
Application Deadline: 19 June 2015
Duty Station: Lyons, France
Organization unit: IARC (IARC)
Section of Early Detection and Prevention (EDP)/Prevention and Implementation Group (PRI)
Objectives of the Programme:
As part of the Early Detection and Prevention Section (EDP), the goals of the Prevention and Implementation Group (PRI) are: * To evaluate new preventive strategies, with particular emphasis on the use of new technologies, including molecular markers;
• To engage in research on methods to implement existing strategies taking into account the social, economic and cultural differences;
• To collaborate with decision makers to implement already available preventive interventions against cancer, particularly in developing countries where the need is highest; and
• To foster technology transfer and generate educational processes for clinicians, public health decision makers and the public, to make sure the available technology is put in place where it is needed most.
Description of duties:
The position reports to the Head of the Prevention and Implementation Group (PRI). The incumbent undertakes research programs and activities, including investigations and training concerning economic evaluations for cancer prevention, early detection and control as well as capacity building in the use of economic analysis in the process of implementing cancer prevention and early detection programmes. The incumbent interacts extensively with different groups at IARC, WHO and other international and national research institutions to develop relevant health economics analyses related to cancer prevention and control.
Working closely with the supervisor, the incumbent is expected to:
Conduct research in health economics related to cancer prevention, early detection and control in collaboration with other IARC Groups and other international and national research institutions;
• Participate in the Group's and Section's research projects to incorporate relevant health economic components to the studies; Undertake economic analysis to generate evidence for advancing cancer prevention, early detection and control policies and programs;
• Research, compile and evaluate a variety of data and information related to health economic practices around cancer prevention and early detection;
• Review and assess national health information systems and previous research to recommend methods for improvement of data collection on the field of health economics for cancer control;
• Provide training programs and supervise students to strengthen capacity of health economic analysis;
• Develop key partnerships, internally and externally to enable the research plans of the Group and Section;
• Write grants with a view to attracting research funding from competitive sources;
• Prepare and disseminate scientific manuscripts and reviews describing the results of studies and prepare technical and progress reports;
• Perform other related duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor or Section Head.
Essential: One of the following:
1. PhD in economics with experience in public health, or
2. PhD in health economics or
3. PhD in Public Health or Epidemiology with Master's degree in economics.
Desirable: Training in a cancer-related field.
Functional Skills and Knowledge:
1. Good knowledge of economic research, economic analysis, and economic modelling.
2. Understanding of public health.
3. Good publication record in international journals.
4. Proven ability to write grant applications.
5. Ability to proactively engage and take initiatives in the conduct and evaluation of the studies.
6. Ability to identify, understand, interpret, and discuss relevant health system issues.
7. Ability to develop innovative approaches and solutions.
8. Excellent mathematical and analytical skills.
9. Mastery of public speaking techniques.
10. Excellent drafting and communication skills.
Required WHO Competencies:
• Producing results
• Moving forward in a changing environment
• Fostering integration and teamwork
• Setting an example
• Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
• Knowledge of computing and the use of commonly used basic statistical software such as SPSS, STATA, etc.
Essential: At least five years of progressively responsible professional experience in the area of health economic analysis and research.
Desirable: Experience in cancer research.
Expert knowledge of English is essential.
Knowledge of another official language of the United Nations would be an asset.
It is mandatory to attach a full list of publications. To add this list, please go to your profile under additional documents.
Candidates called for interview will be expected to give a seminar. Interviews and seminars for short-listed candidates are expected to take place in Lyon (France) over August 10-12, 2015, or by default in early September 2015.
IARC/WHO offers an attractive compensation package including an annual net salary (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), dependency benefits, pension plan, health insurance scheme and 30 days annual leave. Benefits for internationally recruited staff may include travel and removal expenses on appointment and separation, assignment grant, rental subsidy and home leave.
Annual salary: (Net of tax)
72 561 Euros at single rate
77 735 Euros with primary dependants
This vacancy notice may be used to fill other similar positions at the same grade level.
Online applications are strongly encouraged to enable WHO to store your profile in a permanent database. Please visit WHO's e-Recruitment website at: www.who.int/employment. The system provides instructions for online application procedures.
All applicants are encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement.
WHO is committed to workforce diversity.
Any appointment/extension of appointment is subject to WHO Staff Regulations, Staff Rules and Manual. Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
IARC has a smoke-free environment and does not recruit smokers or users of any form of tobacco.
7) Position in Health Economics at Department of Economics, University of Bergen, Norway
Associate professor in Health Economics at the Department of Economics, University of Bergen, Norway
There is a vacancy for a tenured position as Associate Professor in Health Economics at the Department of Economics, University of Bergen.
Department of Economics, University of Bergen (http://www.uib.no/econ) offers education at all levels within Economics. Research and education cover key topics within economics. Core competence of the department is within applied microeconometrics and incentive theory.
The vacant position will be connected to the research group Welfare, social insurance and health. The successful applicant will be expected to further develop research and education within Health Economics at the Department of Economics, with a national and global perspective. Competence from applied studies in Health Economics is required, and experience within microeconometrics is of particular relevance. The candidate for this position is expected to develop contacts for research cooperation with the health care sector, and with the national and international research community within Health Economics.
Closing date for applications is June 26, 2015.
For more information and procedures for applying, see http://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/114528/associate-professor-in-health-economics
8) Research Fellowships, Flinders University, South Australia
Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia: Mathew Flinders Research Fellowships
As Flinders University approaches its 50th Anniversary in 2016, we have reaffirmed our commitment to sustain a unique research culture - recognising excellence, fostering innovation and rewarding outcomes. Matthew Flinders Fellowships are designed to attract researchers with outstanding track records which have had significant impact.
Adelaide offers an enviable, family friendly lifestyle with sunshine 8 months of the year and the beach on your doorstep.
For more information please go to: http://flinders.edu.au/research-fellows/
We are currently seeking intending fellowship applicants for 3-5 year positions with an outstanding track record in health economics.
Interested individuals are strongly encouraged to send an up to date CV and further discuss the
requirements of the fellowship scheme with Professor Julie Ratcliffe, Flinders Health Economics Group
email: [log in para visualizar] prior to submitting an application.
Closing date for applications 31/07/15.
9) Senior Researcher - Health Economics, South Africa
Senior Researcher – Health Economics South Africa:
PRICELESS (www.pricelesssa.ac.za) is a fast-growing and vibrant team of multi-disciplinary researchers based at the Wits School of Public Health, who share common interests in the areas of priority setting, health economics and health technology assessment. We have a strong partnership with IDSI (https://www.nice.org.uk/about/what-we-do/nice-international/nice-international-projects/international-decision-support-initiative) and close ties to SA policymakers who are increasingly interested in the assessment of health interventions; this includes undertaking evidence synthesis, economic and decision modelling. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and motivated, health economist with relevant skills and experience to join our group. The purpose of this post is to supervise research in the disciplines of health economics and health technology assessment and to build a critical mass of South African masters and PhD students who can move this field forward both in SA and across the continent.
Informal enquiries are welcome and should be addressed to Professor Karen Hofman at: [log in para visualizar]
This post is funded for 3-5 years.
The position is open until filled.
10) Health Economics Analyst - PHG Foundation, Cambridge UK
Full Time or part time (min 30 hours p.w.) for a two-year fixed term contract in the first instance with further renewal dependent on funding
The PHG Foundation is passionate about seeing biomedical research translated effectively into healthcare. This exciting new role supports the PHG Foundation’s expanding work programme in health economics. We need a health economics analyst to support the work of our health economist on applied projects to include the economic evaluation of genetic and genomic technologies.
You must be educated to postgraduate degree-level in health economics (minimum Masters level) with a high level of research and analytical skills relevant to model-based economic evaluation. You will require appropriate competency in relevant software or programming tools with excellent written and oral communication skills, and the ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team. Appropriate breadth and depth of economic theory as applicable to economic evaluation of healthcare interventions is expected in order to deliver projects relevant to the PHG Foundation’s wider work programme. A highly motivated health economics analyst with the ability to plan and manage input to multiple projects, you will need to be pro-active, adaptable and resilient. Knowledge and experience of the health technology assessment framework, methodology and process would be a great asset for this role.
The Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
You can download an application pack and details of how to apply from our website atwww.phgfoundation.org
Potential applicants are welcome to arrange a preliminary discussion or visit by contacting Dr Gurdeep Sagoo ([log in para visualizar])
The deadline for applications is mid-day Monday 29 June 2015. Interviews will be held in Cambridge on Tuesday 14 July 2015.
The Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
11) PhD Student Position - Health Economics (Mental Health Promotion), School of Public Health, Curtin University, Australia
PhD Student Position:
PhD Candidate – Health Economics (Mental Health Promotion), School of Public Health, Curtin University
Mentally Healthy WA is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for a PhD candidate to undertake an economic assessment of mental health promotion. The research project will develop a causal model of mental health promotion/prevention and examine the effectiveness and cost of the population-wide mental health promotion campaign, Act-Belong-Commit. Expressions of interest (EOI) are currently sought from suitably qualified applicants for commencement of the three (3) year full-time research project in early 2016.
A one-page letter (containing your expression of interest) and a curriculum vitae (CV) should be send to Jessica Marmoy ([log in para visualizar]) by 4:00pm, Tuesday 23 June 2015. Shortlisted applicants will be notified by COB 24 June 2015 and must be available for an interview on Friday 26 June 2015.
Please visit www.actbelongcommit.org.au for information on the campaign. For further information on the position please contact Julia Anwar-McHenry ([log in para visualizar]) or call (08) 9266 9791.
12) King's Health Economics (KHE) - Senior Lecturer vacancy, London, UK
King's Health Economics (KHE), formerly the Centre for the Economics of Mental and Physical Health, is looking to recruit a Senior Lecturer to develop a portfolio of economic research in an area of their own interest. KHE would particularly welcome applicants with an interest in developing economic expertise and capacity in priority areas, including dentistry, medical technology, physical health and/or the physical/mental health interface, although other areas will be considered for the right applicant. In addition, the post holder will be responsible for leading a small team of health economists (currently 1.5 fte) involved in the King’s Technology Evaluation Centre (KiTEC).
The post holder will have a post-graduate degree and PhD in health economics, economics or another relevant area and skills that cover the full range of health economic evaluation research methods, including proposal development, systematic literature review, economic study design, development of economic tools, database and data collection management, data cleaning and data analysis. The post holder will provide health economics leadership, line management and academic support to a small team of health economists and will be expected to contribute to the teaching and student support responsibilities of KHE.
KHE consists of a team of globally-renowned health economists who undertake teaching and training in health economics and economic evaluation and use economic methods and tools to examine policy and practice in a wide range of areas including mental health, substance misuse, developmental disorders, diabetes, stroke, neurological disorders, cancer, palliative care, HIV/AIDS and social care. For further information see: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/hspr/research/KHE/index.aspx .
13) PhD Studentship - Lancaster University, UK,
NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care North West Coast:
16 PhD Studentships
The National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care North West Coast (NIHR CLAHRC NWC) brings together NHS organisations, local authorities and academic leaders from the Universities of Liverpool, Lancaster and Central Lancashire, to accelerate the translation of research findings into service improvements and maximise the potential for applied health research within the partner organisations to improve health and reduce health inequalities.
The key focus of the NIHR CLAHRC NWC’s applied health research and implementation programme is to find effective and innovative ways to tackle health inequalities across the region. The key programme themes are:
• Delivering Personalised Health and Care
• Knowledge Exchange and Effective Implementation
• Evidence Synthesis Collaboration
• Improving Mental Health
• Improving Public Health
• Managing Complex Needs
The NIHR CLAHRC NWC is now inviting applications for full-time (3 years) PhD studentships to start in the forthcoming academic year (2015/2016).
We are looking for exceptional individuals to fill a new cohort of PhD studentships which are targeted at reducing health inequalities. Suitable candidates should have at least an upper-second class (or equivalent) undergraduate degree in a relevant health, social care, or pertinent methodological subject. Candidates should also be able to demonstrate the following skills: communication, presentation/writing, IT, time-management and the ability to be self-motivated/work alone.
Students may choose to study at either the University of Liverpool (6 studentships available), Lancaster University (5 studentships available) or the University of Central Lancashire (5 studentships available). Details of the PhD topics available at each of the three Universities can be obtained by e-mailing [log in para visualizar]
Bursaries will be provided through the partner universities and will incorporate an annual stipend of £14,057 and tuition fees. All applicants need to be UK/EU nationals because of the nature of the funding. EU nationals will require an overall IELTS score of 7.
NIHR CLAHRC NWC studentships at Lancaster University
For information about the five opportunities at Lancaster University please contact Dr Ana Porroche-Escudero for an informal discussion. We recommend you contact the highlighted project lead for more detailed discussion and to discuss your research proposal. We also recommend you to engage with the CLAHRC NWC Health Inequalities Assessment Toolkit to ensure that your project fits the CLAHRC criteria.
The proposed projects are listed below for information.
• A project looking at chronic illness, economic insecurity and employment in system resilience in disadvantaged neighbourhoods (Project lead Dr Paula Holland)
• A project looking at interventions aimed at increasing system resilience in disadvantaged neighbourhoods to enhance health and wellbeing amongst young people (Project lead Dr Mark Limmer)
• A project looking at the role of neighbourhood resilience enhance recovery in the context of psychosis and severe mood disorders amongst people living in disadvantaged socio-economic circumstances (Project leads Professor Seven Jones andProfessor Fiona Lobban).
• A project exploring the health and social impacts of participatory arts projects for supporting older stroke survivors and those with early stage dementia (Project leads Professor Christine Milligan and Dr Amanda Bingley)
• A project looking at work, health, and health inequality (Project leads Professor Ian Walker and Professor Bruce Hollingsworth).
• A project looking at real-time mapping of health inequalities (Project lead Professor Peter Diggle)
• A project looking at mapping and managing the care of people with end stage alcohol related liver disease (MEDAL) to develop an integrated end of life care service (Project leads Dr Nancy Preston and Dr Mark Limmer)
• A project looking at disability and socio-economic inequalities in health (Project leads Professor Carol Thomas and Professor Chris Hatton).
For more information check this website: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fhm/study/phd-study/funding-your-phd/research-studentships/
To apply click here: (quoting ref CLAHRC/NWC/2015): http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/how-to-apply-for-postgraduate-study/
Deadline for applications: 3rd July 2015.
Interviews will take place from late July onwards.
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