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Doctoral (PhD) work currently being undertaken by iHEA members: a database

The Early Career Researcher Special Interest Group (ECR-SIG) are pleased to present a new database that provides information about the research interests and thesis topics of current doctoral students.

 

We hope that this database will:

a) Promote connections/networking amongst current students, especially for individuals working on the same topic areas;

b) Increase awareness about ongoing research topics and research topics in the pipeline;

c) Increase awareness of the next generation of health economists, raising their profiles and improving their visibility in the job market.

 

To add your details to the database, please complete the form at the bottom of this page. The database will be updated once a month, to include all researchers who have completed the intake form by the last working day of the previous month.

Researchers will remain in the database until they have completed their doctoral work. Every six months we will email all researchers who have passed their expected year of completion to request an update on their status.

 

You can download the database via the link below:

DOWNLOAD DATABASE

 

To add your information to the database, please complete the intake form below. Your information will be reviewed before it is posted.


DATABASE INTAKE FORM:

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