[Job, Oxford] Dept. Lecturer: MSc in Evidence Based Health Care, ??36-43k, closing 19 Apr, #scicomm #cebm

Via the Critical Appraisal Skills Programme mailing list, hosted at Jiscmail… Haven’t disguised contact details as they are already on the web address given at the end.
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Subject: Post: Lecturer Supporting MSc in EBHC, University of Oxford

Position: Deputy Director of the MSC in Evidence-Based Health Care Programme (Departmental Lecturer)

Organisation:  University of Oxford

Location: Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, Department of Primary Health Care, University of Oxford

Application Deadline: The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 19 April 2010 (UK time) and interviews will take place on 29 April 2010. Please quote reference BY10006 in all correspondence

Details:  The Msc in Evidence-Based Health Care in Oxford
(http://cpd.conted.ox.ac.uk/ebhc/msc.asp) is run jointly between the Department of Primary Health Care and the Department for Continuing Education.  The Deputy Director will take day-to-day responsibility for the administration and teaching on taught postgraduate programmes in EBHC and participate in research related to EBHC projects;  working closely with the Director, members of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (www.cebm.net<http://www.cebm.net>) and the EBHC administrative team in the Department for Continuing Education.
The post-holder should have and appropriate PhD and skills relevant to EBHC (e.g. statistics, systematic reviewing, or health research).

Contact: Dr Amanda Burls, Director of Postgraduate Programmes in Evidence-Based Health Care, Tel +44 (0) 1865 289670

Email: Amanda.Burls@dphpc.ox.ac.uk<mailto:Amanda.Burls@dphpc.ox.ac.uk>

Website for details of post: http://www.dphpc.ox.ac.uk/jobs/006ad
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