The Department of Public Health Sciences (PHS) of the Penn State College of Medicine is seeking applicants to fill a faculty position (tenured/tenure-eligible) to conduct health economic research. This position will have a primary appointment in the Department of Public Health Sciences. PHS faculty members conduct independent and collaborative research on the etiology, prevention and treatment of diseases and illnesses toward promoting health of all Pennsylvanians and the nation. The Department consists of three academic divisions, namely, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Epidemiology, and Health Services and Behavioral Research. There are more than 50 faculty members in the Department (26 tenured/tenure-eligible) and more than 100 supportive staff members.
Department of Public Health Sciences, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis
To participate in a variety of projects concerning health services research/health policy such as the impacts of public health policies to prevent chronic diseases (particularly cardiovascular diseases), community-interventions to maintain healthy behavior, and tele-health use in hospitals and long-term care facilities. This post-doctoral work will be supervised by Dr. Byung-Kwang Yoo. The various collaboration opportunities are available within UC Davis (e.g., the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research (CHPR)) and outside UC Davis (e.g., California State Department of Public Health/Health Care Services). This position will start between April 1, 2017 and July 1, 2017. (depending on an applicant’s availability), ending June 30, 2018. The applicant must earn a PhD prior to the start date
Provides high-level professional, clinical and/or technical leadership in the design, implementation, operations and dissemination of findings from health services and outcomes research, demonstration and evaluation projects. Professor’s assume a leadership role in program level development within Geisinger and in the design, development, implementation and reporting of health services and outcomes research.
The Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs invites applications for the endowed Lerner Professorship of Public Health Policy. The Lerner Professor will be an individual with a record of excellence in academic scholarship with an emphasis on public health and health policy, including, but not limited to, topical areas such as behavioral health, nutrition, public health promotion, the evaluation of large-scale health policies targeting vulnerable populations, and community-based public health. The holder will provide leadership in research, teaching and the professional development of undergraduate and graduate students. The successful candidate will complement the broader Maxwell mission of interdisciplinary research and collaboration.
Provides high-level professional, clinical and/or technical leadership in the design, implementation, operations and dissemination of findings from epidemiology related research, demonstration and evaluation projects. Professor assume a leadership role in program level development within Geisinger and in the design, development, implementation and reporting of epidemiology research.
Provides high-level professional, clinical and/or technical leadership in the design, implementation, operations and dissemination of findings from health economics research, demonstration and evaluation projects. Professor’s assume a leadership role in program level development within Geisinger and in the design, development, implementation and reporting of health economics research.
Greetings from the HHES Organizers:
We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper for the first Highland Health Economics Symposium (HHES) to be held June 18-20, 2017 at the Roshven House, Lochailort, Scotland. The conference will provide a global forum for path-breaking health economics research critical to public policy, financing and technology innovation. Five papers will be selected by the organizing committee for presentation on June 19 and 20. Up to two presenters for each paper will be eligible for travel and lodging honorarium. Brief panel discussions with medical industry experts will be woven into the program. Additional attendees not presenting papers will be invited to participate in the program and sponsored activities such as the US versus UK health economics salmon and lobster fishing challenge.
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The University of Minnesota is pleased to host the Eighth Annual Midwest Health Economics Conference (MHEC), to be held May 19-20 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The conference is sponsored by the Division of Health Policy and Management in the School of Public Health.