Monday, 10 March 2014

ScHARRNews - Tuesday 11th March 2014



A Social Innovation for Healthy and Active Ageing
The University of Sheffield is one of the partners of the EU-funded Innovage programme, a 3-year project to promote active and healthy ageing across Europe. The Public Health section at ScHARR is collaborating with partners from Sheffield Hallam University and The University of Newcastle to develop an intergenerational innovation which aims to reduce the number of people in Europe who reach old ag
HEDS is recruiting 2 health economists
We are looking to recruit 2 health economists for two research programmes.  The posts are both at the research associate level.  Each post is fixed-term for two years and is available immediately.  The closing date is Tuesday 1 April. The work programmes that the posts are aligned to are the Department of Health’s Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health Care Interventions (EEPRU) (ee

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