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London / Home-based, UK. Project Management of Systematic Review / Evidence Synthesis activities. Hybrid structure: Central London office and remote working supported (within UK). Established international consultancy company with a strong team and excellent working culture. Salary circa £40k-£50k plus comprehensive package. This is a new position within a company I have worked with for more than 5 years and … Read more
Home-based, UK. Location: Remote / home based anywhere in the UK but must be willing to travel internationally as required. Package: Salary £100k-£120k base plus commission, comprehensive benefits package and potential equity. Company: A Global and rapidly expanding (40% annual growth) Pricing & Market Access business offering market leading Digital Solutions and expert Consultancy Services to major global Pharma and … Read more
Home-based, UK / DE / CH. Flexible location: Work remotely from the UK, Germany or Switzerland. Senior project leadership position. Consulting or Industry experience applicable. £€ : Excellent salary and package available. This is a new, senior position within an established global consulting business focusing on the delivery of high quality HEOR and Market Access projects for a diverse client … Read more
Home-based, UK / NJ, US. As part of the Worldwide Health Economics and Outcomes Research (WWHEOR) Patient-Reported Outcomes Assessment (PROA) team, this role will provide specialized technical expertise in support of the development and execution of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA) strategy for hematology and oncology indications. The PROA team consists of experts in the measurement of subjective assessments focusing on BMS’ … Read more
Home-based, UK / Poland. Other locations: Romania, Bulgaria, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden. Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to work within a dynamic, collaborative environment with a team committed to being an industry-leading provider? This is an opportunity to work for ICON Global Health Economics, Outcomes, Reimbursements and Epidemiology (GHEORE), a division of ICON plc, an international clinical research … Read more
Home-based, India. Responsibilities: Deliver/Lead specific Systematic Literature Review project steps e.g. screening, extraction, protocol design, quantitative feasibility. Understands project specific requirements to customize deliverables per specifics and apply innovative evidence presentation strategies. Develops project deliverables as required in a typical Systematic Literature Review project e.g., systematic review reports, slide decks, manuscripts, abstracts &posters. Works within broad project guidelines as directed … Read more
Îlede France, France. Nous recherchons un Spécialiste de l’économie de la santé et de l’accès au marché (HEMA) H/F qui prendra en charge le développement et l’exécution de stratégies efficaces en matière d’économie de la santé, de remboursement et d’accès au marché pour les produits de Boston Scientific en étroite collaboration avec les équipes internes et externes. Il s’agit d’un … Read more
Home-based, US / Canada. This is an opportunity to work for ICON Global Health Economics and Epidemiology (HE&Epi), a division of ICON plc, an international clinical research organisation headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. We are currently seeking a Lead Consultant, with strong technical expertise in infectious disease modelling and strong project management skills, to join our team. The HE&Epi team works … Read more
Home-based, US. Are you looking to make a difference in a patient’s life? At AmerisourceBergen, you will find an innovative and collaborative culture that is patient focused and dedicated to making a difference. As an organization, we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures. Join us and Apply today! Position Summary and Responsibilities: Xcenda is seeking a director … Read more
UK. Location: Hybrid office and home-based role. Flexible seniority: This may be a consultant or Senior role depending on the experience and skill set of the successful candidate. Varied projects including market access strategy, payer research, HTA submission development, Systematic Review / evidence synthesis. This is a new position, based in the UK with an established consultancy (team size = … Read more
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Tips for Health Economists working from home
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the world, more and more people are finding themselves working from home. This trend is no different for health economists. Although working from home has its benefits, it can also be challenging to stay productive, motivated, and focused on work. In this article, we provide tips for health economists who work from home to help them be more productive and successful in their work.
1. Establish a routine
When working from home, it can be tempting to stay in bed longer and work in your pyjamas. However, establishing a routine can help you be more productive. Try to wake up at the same time each day, get dressed, and have breakfast before starting your workday. This routine can help signal to your brain that it's time to work and help you get into a productive mindset.
2. Create a dedicated workspace
Working from your couch or bed may seem like a good idea, but it can be counterproductive. It's best to create a dedicated workspace where you can focus on work without distractions. A separate room or a desk in a quiet area of your home can help you create a productive workspace.
3. Use technology to stay connected
Working from home can be isolating, but it doesn't have to be. Using technology to stay connected with colleagues can help you stay motivated and engaged with your work. Regular video conferences, chat apps, and email can all help you stay connected with your team and ensure that you're meeting your work objectives.
4. Take breaks
It's essential to take regular breaks when working from home. Sitting for long periods can be bad for your health, and taking breaks can help you refresh your mind and body. Consider taking short breaks every hour or so, and taking a longer break for lunch.
5. Stay organized
Working from home can lead to distractions, and it's easy to lose track of your work objectives. Staying organized can help you stay on track. Create a to-do list at the start of each day, and prioritize your tasks to ensure that you're meeting your objectives.
6. Avoid distractions
Distractions can be the enemy of productivity. It's essential to avoid distractions when working from home, whether it's the TV, social media, or your family. Consider creating a schedule that works around your family's needs or using noise-canceling headphones to help you focus.
7. Set boundaries
When working from home, it's easy for work and personal life to blur together. It's important to set boundaries to help you separate the two. Establish working hours, and avoid working outside of those hours. Additionally, make sure that your family knows when you're working, and try to avoid interruptions.
8. Stay healthy
Staying healthy is crucial for success when working from home. Regular exercise, healthy eating, and good sleep habits can all help you be more productive and focused. Consider taking a walk or stretching during your breaks, and avoid snacking on unhealthy foods.
9. Invest in your professional development
Working from home can provide more flexibility, but it's important to continue investing in your professional development. Attend virtual conferences, take online courses, and network with other health economists to continue growing your skills and knowledge.
10. Have a positive mindset
Finally, having a positive mindset can help you be more productive and successful when working from home. Focus on the benefits of working from home, and try to stay optimistic about your work.
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