New Opportunity – Lead, Canadian Cancer Real World Evaluation Platform

For full details or to apply online click here The Lead will play a critical role managing the day-to-day operations of the CCRE platform. The Lead will oversee the management of individual projects by determining project milestones; resourcing, scheduling and tracking project progress; managing project budgets, contracts and agreements; and (more…)

Health Services Research Scientist – CancerCare Manitoba Research Institute

5-year Contingent Appointment – possibility of extension January 1, 2023 – Dec 31, 2027 Competition# 244-22 Applications accepted at Job Summary: This is an exceptional opportunity for a qualified individual to contribute to the ongoing success of the Institute and the Institute’s strengths in cancer health services research with (more…)

VP, Cancer Prevention Programs and Services – Canadian Cancer Society

To view the full position and apply online click here  JOB OVERVIEW Reporting to the EVP, Mission, Information and Support Services (ISS), the VP, Cancer Prevention Services is responsible for growing funding, strategic planning and program development of cancer prevention services and initiatives. This role will continuously build and grow (more…)

Call for submissions – Current Oncology Special Issue on Real-World Evidence

Special Issue Information Dear Colleagues, Real-world evidence (RWE) has been a popular catchphrase for the last 10 years but could be considered the re-branding of clinical data that does not meet the typical randomized phase III study criteria often included in HTA submissions. Variations in patient populations (e.g., comorbidities, genetic (more…)

New CCRE Opportunity: Sr. Clinical Analyst (Quantitative)

The Canadian Cancer Real-World Evaluation (CCRE) Platform is seeking a Senior Clinical Analyst (Quantitative) at it’s Ontario Health site. Click here for full details and to apply online. As part of the Quality Measurement and Evaluation Team, the senior analyst works in in partnership with programs in Clinical Programs and (more…)

CADTH is recruiting for Director – Science and Methods

For full details and to apply online click here Primary Focus Reporting to the Chief Scientist and Vice President, Evidence Standards, the Director, Science and Methods is responsible for advancing the science function, maintaining scientific oversight and accountability within CADTH. This role has overall responsibility for the rigour and quality (more…)

Ontario Health is Recruiting a Manager – Pharmacoeconomics

For full details and to apply online please visit–Pharmacoeconomics_R103884 The Manager, Pharmacoeconomics will provide health economics expertise and advice to drug program operations and reimbursement decisions for oncology drug products. The Manager will lead the development of timely and policy-relevant economic evidence to enable provincial and pan-Canadian health technology (more…)
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New CCRE Opportunity : Team Lead – Decision Scientist (Ontario Health)

The Canadian Cancer Real-World Evaluation (CCRE) Platform is seeking a Team Lead – Decision Scientist at Ontario Health. Click here for full details and to apply online. In this role, the incumbent will lead analyses for real-world evidence (RWE) projects to address questions posed by federal, provincial, and territorial decision-makers (more…)

Opportunities with the Canadian Cancer Real-World Evaluation (CCRE) Platform

ARCC is pleased to announce the successful naming of the Canadian Cancer Real-World Evaluation (CCRE) Platform as a Core Network Partner for CADTH’s Post Market Drug Evaluation program. Led by ARCC Co-Director Dr. Kelvin Chan and hosted at Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario), CCRE  will generate real-world evidence in response (more…)

CCSRC Webinar June 17th – featuring ARCC Co-Director Dr. Stuart Peacock

Adapting in Real Time: some lessons from Covid-19 and its impact on cancer patients, survivors, and health systems June 17, 2022,  1:00-2:00pm EST Objectives Gain an understanding of some of the lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic for cancer patients, survivors, and families Learn about international and Canadian evidence from cancer (more…)