Senior Research Fellow in Econometrics and Health Economics - INTERNAL ONLY

Updated: 3 months ago
Location: Brayford, ENGLAND
Deadline: 16 Aug 2017

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School of Health and Social Care



From £37,706 per annum

Closing Date:  

Wednesday 16 August 2017

Interview Date:  

Wednesday 23 August 2017



Senior Research Fellow in Econometrics and Health Economics: Community and Health Research Unit (CaHRU)

The Community and Health Research Unit (CaHRU), led by Professor Niroshan Siriwardena, is the research centre of the School of Health and Social Care at the University of Lincoln. In CaHRU we undertake independent empirical and operational research relating to quality improvement in health and social care. Our research has had an important influence on policy and clinical and operational practice in the UK and beyond, working in the fields of adult and children’s health and social care including: evidence-based treatment; clinical and social outcomes; and quality and cost-effectiveness evaluation.

We are inviting applications for a senior research fellow in econometrics and health economics to support our expanding programme of health services research. This will include undertaking analysis of large datasets and longitudinal data as well as identifying, measuring and analysing health economic outcomes across a variety of studies (e.g., long-term conditions, quality in primary care, ambulance services). The post-holder will be required to work on research programmes funded through a wide range of organisations including the UK Research Councils, the National Institute of Health Research, the Health Foundation and a number of charitable trusts and private corporations.

The successful candidate must hold a PhD in health economics or a related discipline. They will have experience of: developing econometric models, working with large databases, and conducting health economic evaluations including analyses of cost and outcome data alongside trials and evaluations. They candidate will have excellent knowledge of statistical packages commonly used in econometrics and economic studies (e.g., STATA, R).

The post is an exciting opportunity for an experienced researcher to contribute to an expanding portfolio of policy relevant research in a dynamic and growing team of academic staff committed to the evaluation of healthcare quality and outcomes.

The post is being made available to internal candidates only in support of our commitment to developing staff by providing opportunities for internal movement and promotion. Therefore we actively encourage applications from all staff across the University with the relevant skills and experience. 

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We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. 

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