We are looking for enthusiastic population health data scientists / epidemiologists / statisticians / economists committed to utilising data to address health inequalities, to work as part of a team of over 30 researchers who make up the Health Inequalities Policy Research Group (https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/population-health/research/groups/healthinequalitiespolicy/), a World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre. You will be experienced using advanced statistical methods on large complex routine datasets. This is an opportunity to join an energetic and thriving research group, internationally recognised for excellence in applied public health research, a shared concern for health equity being a defining ethos.

The researcher will lead work across multiple research projects that are focused on using routine data to identify needs and evaluate the health inequalities impact of interventions, including:

  • Evaluating Ways-to-wellbeing ¿ ensure that people using health services across the life course have access to advice and support that reduces financial insecurity and alleviates poverty https://arc-nwc.nihr.ac.uk/improving-population-health/ways2wellbeing/
  • Preston Community Wealth Initiative ¿ https://arc-nwc.nihr.ac.uk/improving-population-health/prestonwealthbuilding/
  • The Research for Equitable SySTem RespOnse and REcovery (RESTORE) programme, utilsing data to identify groups at increased risk due to the COVID-19 crisis, and evaluate the impact of such approaches to risk stratification.
  • This will utilise our unique data resources including Combined Intelligence for Population Health Action (https://www.cipha.nhs.uk/ ) and Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource (https://pldr.org/ ). This post is available until 31 August 2023.

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