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1) Professor/Associate Professor in Health Economics, Bergen, Norway

Please find a job opening in Bergen:  
2) Lecturer / Associate Professor in Health Economics at UEA

Fantastic lecturer with lots of ideas for course development?  Exciting ideas for a research programme in health economics?  Come and talk to us!  We’re looking for a Lecturer / Associate Professor (equiv. senior lecturer) in health economics to contribute to our research and teaching programmes.
For more info check out or contact Dr Ed Wilson,[log in para visualizar], +44 1603 593620.


HERC, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7LF
Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. (pro rata for part-time)
•         Vacancy ID: 141413
•         Contacts: 01865 743631 / [log in para visualizar]
•         Closing date for applications is 12.00 noon (GMT) on Friday 29 November 2019
•         For further information and to apply
The Nuffield Department of Population Health contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. Based within NDPH, the Health Economics Research Centre (HERC) is a thriving group of health economists, with a varied research programme and a well-established reputation as a centre of excellence.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic candidate to work on applied economic analyses aimed at analysing anxiety in childhood, using a variety of statistical/econometrics approaches. The key responsibilities will include reviewing and summarising literature, analysing UK complex longitudinal birth cohort studies (e.g. MCS, ALSPAC), interpreting results, contributing to publications and presentations. The successful candidate will be supported to consolidate and further develop their research and analytic skills.

To be considered for this post you will have a postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. health economics/economics, statistics, epidemiology or other quantitative discipline), research experience in health economics and good programming and data analysis skills (e.g. in Stata, R). Strong communication and time management skills are also essential for this role.

•         Informal enquiries should be addressed to Dr Mara Violato: [log in para visualizar]
•         The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon (GMT) on 29 November 2019.
•         For further information and to apply

4) Research Assistant/Associate, University of Cambridge, UK

Research Assistant: £26,715 - £30,942 
Research Associate: £32,816 - £40,322

The Cambridge Research Methods Hub (CRMH), based within the University of Cambridge Primary Care Unit (PCU), is seeking to recruit a health economist to work with the newly appointed RAND Professor of Health Services Research, Steve Morris.
The post-holder will primarily work in the NIHR Children and Families Policy Research Unit (CPRU) a collaboration between UCL (GOS Institute of Child Health, Institute of Education, Department of Applied Health Research), University of Cambridge, University of Bristol, University of Oxford, Child Outcomes Research Consortium, Institute of Fiscal Studies and UCL Partners. They will work on the health economics element of the cross-cutting Health Economics Analysis and Data (HEAD) resource. Initially this will involve working on a programme of work investigating the economics of child maltreatment and domestic violence and abuse.

The post-holder will also be a key member of the CRMH, a research group with expertise in health economics, statistics and data management, as well as a member of the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR), a joint venture between the University of Cambridge and RAND Europe.

The post-holder will have a PhD in health economics or a related area or have an equivalent level of professional qualifications and experience. They will have knowledge and experience of health economics research methods, especially undertaking economic evaluations in health care. They will have strong quantitative skills and be highly proficient in the use of Excel and statistical software packages.

This is a full-time position and the funding for this post is available until 31st December 2023.
The post will be based in the Primary Care Unit, Cambridge Institute of Public Health, University Forvie Site, Robinson Way, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Cambridge CB2 0SR (approx. 2 miles south of Cambridge city centre). In addition, the post-holder will also be expected to work one day a week in London at GOS Institute of Child Health.

Further details about the post are available here:

If you have any questions or would like to have an informal conversation about this vacancy please contact Cassie Woodfin via e-mail [log in para visualizar] to arrange a conversation or meeting with Professor Morris.

Closing date: 1st December 2019
Interview Date: 16th December 2019

5) Health Economic Researcher: University of the Highlands & Islands, Inverness, Scotland

0.5 FTE (17.5 hours)
Fixed term for 12 months
City-Region Deal Project, School of Health, University of the Highlands & Islands, Scotland
Applications are invited for a Health Economic Researcher to join the UHI City-Region Deal project. Working with the Director of Commercialisation and the clinical and academic research team within Health Research and Innovation, the researcher will provide health economic research support to the growing portfolio of projects that address service pathways and innovations in health care within the UHI Innovation Centre. The post is fixed term for one year in the first instance.

City-Region Deal
The Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal supported Healthcare Innovation Hub at the University of the Highlands and Islands, helps deliver innovation and commercialisation matters for all divisions and departments within the School of Health. The City-Region Deal involves work with partners to innovate, develop and implement new health and life science technologies, products, services and businesses. Highlights include successful clinical, commercial and academic collaborations and clinical service delivery improvements. By 2021, funding will enable opening of an innovation laboratory to support commercially relevant health and life sciences projects. 

Major themes include facilitating the movement of patients from hospital to home, increasing patient engagement by addressing holistic care needs and promoting disease prevention through adopting a healthy lifestyle. Projects are linked to our regional demography and geography and focus on existing university strengths.

School of Health
The School of Health, Social Care and Life Sciences comprises three main groups: Division of Rural Health and Wellbeing; Department of Nursing and Midwifery; Applied Lifesciences Network, linked by the Institute of Health Research and Innovation and the Healthcare Innovation Hub. Close links between teaching and research also ensures a fluidity of ideas and practice across the School.

We are growing our research expertise in various aspects of health and wellbeing. The breadth of expertise within the School is delivered through complementary science disciplines and specialist centres. Each group undertakes discrete research projects, as well as collaborative initiatives, that bring together specific skills and facilities to deliver holistic outcomes in health research and applied innovative nursing practice.

Candidate requirements:
•	Training in health economics research
•	Analytical and computer research skills
•	Postgraduate experience in research and analysis
•	Experience of research organisation and management
•	Experience of processing data


6) : Research Fellow in Health Economics at UCL

Research Fellow in Health Economics at UCL
Location: London 
Salary: £35,965 to £43,470 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance (Grade 7)
Closing Date: 1 December 2019
University College London (UCL) is seeking applications for a (non-clinical) research fellow in health economics to join the growing number of health economics researchers at UCL and its partner institutions. The post will join the Health Economics Analysis and Research methodology Team (HEART) in the Institute for Clinical Trials and Methodology (ICTM) at UCL, working primarily with PRIMENT Clinical Trials Unit (CTU). It provides a unique opportunity for an early career researcher who is looking to improve their skills and knowledge of health economic analysis alongside clinical trials, in a well-supported multi-disciplinary environment.
The post is funded until 31st December 2022 in the first instance.
The post-holder will have a PhD or equivalent research experience in a subject with a large quantitative component, with excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Experience of conducting successful research related to health care and having knowledge of statistical software packages is essential.
For further information or to apply to the post, please see: Research Fellow in Health Economics, UCL vacancy reference: 1837143.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy, please contact Dr Caroline Clarke on [log in para visualizar]
Informal queries should be addressed to Farbin Knapp on [log in para visualizar]

7) Research Fellow in Health Technology Assessment & Modelling
Location:  Southampton Science Park, Chilworth
Salary:   £30,942 to £38,017 Per annum 
Full Time (Part time considered) Fixed Term until 31/03/2022
Closing Date:  Saturday 30 November 2019
Interview Date:   Friday 13 December 2019 
Reference:  1197919VB
We are seeking a researcher with exceptional analytical and communication skills to join our team supporting national health policy decisions about the effective and cost-effective use of medicines and other healthcare technologies. 
The Southampton Health Technology Assessments Centre (SHTAC) is a centre of excellence for HTA, with expertise in finding, reviewing and synthesising clinical evidence and in the use of decision modelling and health economics to appraise benefits for patients and value for the National Health Service. We are one of nine Technology Assessment Review (TAR) teams contracted to provide independent and objective reports for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). We also have an active programme of other research, including cost-effectiveness analysis in the context of clinical trials, data analysis and modelling.

SHTAC is part of the Wessex Institute, in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton. The University of Southampton is a founding member of the Russell Group, a top 20 UK university and one of the top 100 universities in the world. With a global reputation for academic excellence, we offer a stimulating, challenging and dynamic working environment for all our staff. 

Working as part of the health economic team on projects for NICE, you will: critically appraise evidence and models; explore alternative scenarios and uncertainties; write reports and interact with NICE staff, committees and other stakeholders. You will be encouraged and supported to extend your knowledge and skills of relevant methods, to develop your own research interests, to publish high quality reports and papers and to present at local, national and international conferences and meetings. Funding for relevant training is available, and if needed we will support you in completing a part-time post-graduate course.

You will have a PhD* or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in economics, statistics, operational research or another analytical discipline. In addition to technical knowledge and skills, you will be a good writer, work effectively in a team and communicate well. 

*Applications for Research Fellow positions will be considered from candidates who are working towards or nearing completion of a relevant PhD qualification. The title of Research Fellow will be applied upon successful completion of the PhD. Prior to the qualification being awarded the title of Senior Research Assistant will be given.

Appointment will be made on the Research Fellow payscale - £30,942 – £38,017 according to experience. 
Full time or part time fixed term until 31 March 2022 
See our website for more information, or contact Professor Joanne Lord ([log in para visualizar]).

Application Procedure
You should submit your completed online application form at The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Ita Holmes (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 9002. 

Please quote reference 1197919VB on all correspondence.

8) PhD opportunity at University of Manchester (UK)

We have a PhD opportunity at University of Manchester (UK) funded under the MRC Doctoral Training Partnership suitable for UK/EU nationals students interested in health and social care:
There is still one week deadline for submission is *Friday, November 15, 2019*.
Applications should be submitted here:
Please contact the Principal Supervisor to arrange to discuss the project