|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||Not Specified|
|Placed On:||7th February 2023|
|Closes:||17th March 2023|
|Reference:||CHE PHD 2023|
CHE are looking for exceptional students to apply for funded PhD opportunities for the academic year 2023/24.
CHE will fund studentships in one or more from the following five topic areas:
Topic 1: Differentiated Services for Emergency Health Care
Supervisors: Martin Chalkley, Rita Santos and Peter Sivey
Topic 2: Intergenerational transmission of early life adversity
Supervisors: Rita Santos and Rowena Jacobs
Topic 3: Health System Efficiency and Productivity: advancing research knowledge
Supervisors: Martin Chalkley, Adriana Castelli, Anastasia Arabadzhyan
Topic 4: Evaluation of public policies on population health
Supervisors: Nigel Rice, Peter Sivey, Susan Griffin
Topic 5: The impact of supply and organisation of care settings for mental healthcare on patient outcomes
Supervisors: James Gaughan and Rowena Jacobs
Full descriptions of each topic may be found on our webpage.
Supervision and research environment
Successful candidates will be supervised in CHE and will be registered through the Department of Economics and Related Studies or the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York.
CHE has an Athena SWAN Silver award which recognises our commitment to good practice in recruiting, retaining and supporting the careers of women.
The award will cover academic fees for the 2023/24 entry, at UK or international rates as appropriate, plus a maintenance stipend for 3 years (£17,668 in 2022/23).
To register in the Department of Economics, the ideal candidate will have (or be about to complete) a master’s degree in economics or a specialisation within economics or a related quantitative subject. The English language requirement is IELTS: 6.5, with no less than 6.0 in each component
Process for application
Applications should be made using the University of York on-line application process which can be accessed using this link.
Select the PhD in Health Economics to be registered in the Department of Economics and Related Studies. Insert reference CHE PHD 2023 in “How studies will be funded” field.
In addition, you should upload an outline research proposal (of 500 - 1000 words) describing your intended approach to one of the five suggested topics, noting the potential methods or approaches that could be used. If you have already published academic papers, one of these may also be uploaded or another example of your written work. Please also provide a curriculum vitae and two academic references.
Applications should be received no later than Friday 17 March before 16.00 (UTC).
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed Face to face or via Zoom.
The interviews will take place during April 2023 but the exact date is to be confirmed.
At interview, candidates will be expected to give a short presentation on their proposed project including relevant literature, potential data sources and applicable methods.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Crust.
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