Warwick Evidence undertakes reviews and evidence synthesis on the clinical and cost-effectiveness of health care interventions for the NIHR Evidence Synthesis Programme on behalf of a range of policy makers, including the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). It is one of nine Technology Assessment Report Teams in the UK.
The group was established in 2011 with the aim of supporting improvements in health. We do this directly by facilitating the prompt introduction of new treatments that are clinically effective and cost effective, or indirectly by inhibiting the introduction of new treatments that are not cost-effective, thereby enabling scarce funds to be spent more effectively.
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PhD and MSc vacancies
We have ongoing PhD and Masters by Research vacancies in our team. Please see here for topics and how to apply
Matt Hazell was appointed as our 2021 NIHR Methodology Intern in Warwick Evidence. The internship programme is part of the NIHR Incubator for Methodology aim at increasing research capacity in methodology applied to health and care research. Matt's bio is below
I have recently graduated from Human Sciences at UCL, and I am interning in methodology with the NIHR and Warwick Evidence. I have an interest in quantitative analysis and methodology. From this internship, I aim to gain experience and knowledge of academic careers, particularly those in health technology assessment and methodology, and hopefully contribute to the work of the group. I plan to enter postgraduate studies related to my work here starting in 2022. When not working, I can be found cycling, swimming or playing table tennis and football around London.