Mobilising Community Assets to Tackle Health Inequalities Research Programme opportunities!
Mobilising Community Assets to Tackle Health Inequalities Research Programme opportunities hosted at University College London (UCL)
UCL are recruiting two new posts to support the work of a joint programme of research entitled: Mobilising community assets to tackle health inequalities. The programme is a £26 million investment led by the AHRC in collaboration with NERC, ESRC and MRC. It is supported by a partnership with the National Centre for Creative Health and is funding projects across 3 phases, from 2021 to 2027.
Closing date for both opportunities - 15 January 2023.
Lived Experience and Programme Coordinator
Salary £31,131 - £36,348; Full Time; Fixed Term until March 2027
The programme is seeking someone with lived experience and experience of community-based research to help coordinate and manage the Health Inequalities programme and funded projects. The programme uses the term ‘lived experience’ to describe someone who has personal knowledge of health and other social and community–based services (such as social prescribing), gained through direct, first-hand involvement either as a patient, participant, carer, support worker or other roles, where lived expertise can help better understand and value the role of lived experience in research and health.
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Research Fellow in Data Analysis
Salary £38,308- £46,155; Full Time; Fixed term 1 year
The Programme are looking for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Data Analysis with specialist knowledge of data mining and analysis of data related to health and/or socioeconomic inequalities ideally in the fields of social prescribing, and/or community-based health programmes. The postholder will work with a number of data-sets involving patient records and other public health data and toolkits, and will be expected to have the skills and experience necessary to identify appropriate data sources, link data across different datasets for analysis, and visualise the data in comprehensible formats to make their findings accessible to the research team, stakeholders and wider audiences
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For any enquiries about these posts please contact:
Dr Hannah Waterson on h.waterson[at]ucl.ac.uk