Vacancy_Research Fellow #connectedhealthcities @ProfKEPickett @healthsciyork @BIHResearch

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced researcher to play a role in the evaluation of the benefits of using routine data to improve health and health care within the cYorkshire programme funded by Connected Health Cities.

You will be a member of the Public Health & Society Team under the direction of Professor Kate Pickett within the Department of Health Sciences.

Health Sciences is a vibrant and successful research department with a strong tradition of public health research and teaching, and excellent resources.  The role is also directly linked to the Bradford Institute for Health Research.

The role will involve the following responsibilities: assisting with study protocol development, design of research studies and statistical analysis of datasets and the dissemination of the results.

You should have a PhD relevant to evaluation methods in health and health services research, knowledge of a range of advanced evaluation techniques and methodologies, and experience of data analysis using modern statistical modelling techniques.

This is a full-time, fixed term post until 31 December 2018. The post will be based at both the Bradford Institute for Health Research and the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York.; the expectation is that the Research Fellow will spend 1-2 days each week at BIHR and 3-4 days at the University of York.

For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Kate Pickett at kate.pickett@york.ac.uk

Further details including salary and to apply

https://jobs.york.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3885&p_web_page_id=269794

The University of York is committed to promoting equality and diversity. 

 

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