Entries by Rebecca.Mercer@cancercare.on.ca

Health Economics Opportunities with CPAC

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC) has two current opportunities in the area of health economics: 1) Health Economics Fellowship (12 months)  and 2) Health Economist (full-time).  Please see below for brief position details and links on how to apply! Health Economics Fellowship (12 Months) Position:               Health Economics Fellowship Location:              (more…)

2018 Call for Nominations: Advisory and Expert Committees – CADTH pCODR Expert Review Committee

CADTH has released a Call for Nominations to attract qualified candidates to join our advisory and expert committees. We are seeking multiple new members, including patient, clinician, and public members who have a range of education, experience, and skill sets from across the country. This is an exciting opportunity to (more…)

Job Opportunity: Senior Analyst (Health Economics) – Cancer Care Ontario

Click Here to Apply Online The Pharmacoeconomics Research Unit is a research team that supports Cancer Care Ontario with timely, high quality, and relevant information to inform drug funding decisions. Development of economic evidence with practical application requires use of rigorous methodology, as well as a detailed understanding of the (more…)

Research Program Manager – Health Economics Research; CLEAR @ SMH

The Centre for Excellence in Economic Analysis Research (CLEAR) at St. Michael’s Hospital is currently seeking applicants for a Research Program Manager position. Visit http://bit.ly/2ofvp4A to apply and for full position details. Closing date:29/03/18 Salary Range:$39.55 – $47.23 per hour Length of Temporary Assignment:12 months The Centre for Excellence in Economic (more…)

Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Cancer (TIDIRC)

TIDIRC Training Now Accepting Applications Application period open through February 9, 2018 12pm ET! One of the most critical issues impeding improvements in the health of people across the cancer control continuum today is the enormous gap between what we know can optimize health and what gets implemented in everyday (more…)

New Publication: The economic burden of cancer care in Canada: a population-based cost study

The Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control (ARCC) is proud to share work led by one of our HTA Program Leads, Dr. Claire de Oliveira, and funded by ARCC. The economic burden of cancer care in Canada: a population-based cost study has been released today, Thursday January 4th 2018, by CMAJ (more…)