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News, Events & Vacancies

News, events & vacancies

News

Welcome to the Health Economics and Evidence Synthesis news page! Below you can find out more about what’s going on within the group, including our events.

  • Shona reflects on her summer internship

    She looks back at her time working on a health economics project for Cochrane Incontinence

    published on: 30 July 2019

  • Intergenerational Persistence of Poverty and Poor Health Workshop takes place on London Campus in June

    Dr Heather Brown will be discussing the results from her Fellowship at the event.

    published on:

  • Dr Eleonora Fichera to visit Newcastle University this month

    She will present her work 'Do consumers respond to "sin taxes" heterogeneously? New evidence from the tax on sugary drinks'.

    published on: 17 January 2019

  • Vacancies

    Do you want to work alongside the health economics and evidence synthesis teams? Find all of our current vacancies below.

    For further details and to apply for posts, head to the Newcastle University vacancies page and search for the reference number provided.

    We currently have no vacancies.

    Blogs

    Our staff regularly update a blog relating to their research and topics within the fields of health economics and evidence synthesis.

    You can read the full blog here.

  • Reflections of the 2019 HESG winter meeting in York

    Ben Walker has written a new post for the Health Economics and Evidence Synthesis blog.

    published on: 26 April 2019

  • On public involvement in the prioritisation in healthcare

    Cristina Fernandez-Garcia has written a new post for the Health Economics and Evidence Synthesis blog.

    published on: 24 November 2018