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Position: Lecturer - Health Data Science
Institution: University of Liverpool
Department: Public Health and Policy
Location: Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Duties: We seek a lecturer with a track record in research using administrative data applied to solve health problems. The Lecturer will have knowledge of administrative data from the health sector, including information governance issues. Knowledge of additional sectors (education, retail, finance) would be an advantage. The aim of the post is to advance and widen the use of quantitative methods for research using linked administrative data, to build capacity in this area through attracting grants and contributing to teaching, and to contribute to developing the scientific strategy within the Institute of Psychology Health and Society
Requirements: The lecturer will have excellent skills in quantitative analysis using large, longitudinal administrative datasets. You should have a higher research degree relevant to health data science, applied statistics (PhD) or equivalent qualifications or experience
   
Text: Job Specification Lecturer in Health Data Science Grade 7 Public Health And Policy 009942 £34,188 - £39,610 pa 02-Oct-2018 23:30 We are looking to recruit a research focussed Lecturer in Health Data Science into the Department of Public Health and Policy at the University of Liverpool. This post aims to: ¿ strengthen research skills and support career progression in health data science ¿ strengthen the Departmental contribution to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) process ¿ strengthen the Departmental contribution to student experience We seek a lecturer with a track record in research using administrative data applied to solve health problems. The lecturer will have excellent skills in quantitative analysis using large, longitudinal administrative datasets. Expertise in related data resources, such as cohorts, surveys or trials linked to administrative data would be an advantage. The Lecturer will have knowledge of administrative data from the health sector, including information governance issues. Knowledge of additional sectors (education, retail, finance) would be an advantage. The aim of the post is to advance and widen the use of quantitative methods for research using linked administrative data, to build capacity in this area through attracting grants and contributing to teaching, and to contribute to developing the scientific strategy within the Institute of Psychology Health and Society. The purpose of the job is to grow capacity and deliver high quality data science research. You will use and develop novel methodologies to extract information from administrative data and use it to improve health by helping to understand, prevent, diagnose, monitor or treat disease, and improve health and wellbeing. You should have a higher research degree relevant to health data science, applied statistics (PhD) or equivalent qualifications or experience. Closing date: 2 October 2018 Click on the link below to view the full Job Description 009942_ job description Apply Return to Search
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