There is a new four-year PhD studentship opportunity at our Centre for Global Health Economics! The successful candidate will have a unique opportunity to build both the research and teaching experience required for a future academic career, in a supportive environment.
Applications from candidates interested in Health, Behavioural, Public and Development Economics are very welcome, but any other area in the field of Economics will be considered as well.
Fees and stipend: £20k per annum + student fees waived
Full time: 36.5 hours per week
Duration: from 15 September 2022 to 14 September 2026.
Deadline: 5pm on 15 August 2022
Interview Date: TBC
More details on the call and how to apply: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/global-health/sites/global_health/files/demonstrator_igh_job_description_2022-msc_heds_4.pdf
The APPG on Global Health's latest report, titled Probable Futures and Radical Possibilities: an Exploration of the Future Roles of Health Workers, was launched on the 13 July 2022. A team of members of the UCL Centre for Global Health Economics contributed to the report, which explores the future roles of health workers globally.
An accompanying two-page comment piece was also published in The Lancet: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(22)01300-9
You can download the Summary of the report and the Full report at https://globalhealth.inparliament.uk/report/new-report-future-roles-health-workforce-globally
We are now seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Health Economics to work within our Centre for Global Health Economics. This is an opportunity to develop a career in a fast-growing area at one of the world's best universities The post holder will be responsible for an active and growing research and teaching portfolio in the economics of global health. They will have the opportunity to pursue a research programme in this area alongside key collaborators within and outside UCL including partner organisations in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Kenya, South Africa (among others) and/or with their existing networks.
They will also take on a leadership role on UCL’s MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science and will be responsibility for the development and delivery of course content and support and mentoring of postgraduate students.
This post is open-ended.
Closing date: 8 May 2022 The deadline has been extended until 16 May 2022
To know more and apply VISIT THIS PAGE
Global health systems focus on governance and coordination across institutions, health systems, and countries to improve health outcomes. However, these systems have been challenged over the past few years with the Covid-19 pandemic. With the economic and workforce strains of coping with the pandemic, global health agendas have been insufficiently financed, causing a weakening of collaboration. What does the future hold for global health in a period of nationalism and self-reliance? Will the post-pandemic period re-ignite multilateralism and a strengthening of global health systems to deliver on the sustainable development goal for universal healthcare coverage for all?
Professor Nora Colton and Professor Jolene Skordis discuss some of the research that will be taking place over at our UCL East campus in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, opening in September 2022.
The lecture is open to all registered participants. It will take place online on Tuesday 17 May 2022, 1-2pm.
Book your place here