The Centre for Health Economics at the University of York has a leading international reputation and is now one of the world’s largest health economics research centres. The Centre is committed to the development and application of economics to promote health and wellbeing through the effective, efficient and equitable use of scarce resources.
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CHE has a rich portfolio of applied and methods research in economic evaluation. The research fellow will contribute to a range of projects over time in this broad programme. Potential projects include policy analyses to inform decisions in the UK and internationally; including econometric analysis of routine datasets to estimate the marginal productivity of health, public health and social care expenditure, as well as methods development projects, trial-based and decision analytic modelling economic evaluations of pharmaceuticals, other medical technologies and public health and social care interventions; review studies on cost-effectiveness or to identify parameter estimates for modelling and evidence synthesis using methods such as network meta-analysis (depending on experience).
Role holders will be required to undertake some or all of the duties below:
For appointment at Grade 7, applicants will also need:
Experience in supervision.
Interview date: 16th February 2022
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