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From   "Julia Hippisley-Cox" <julia.hippisley-cox@nottingham.ac.uk>
To   "statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Research fellow/statistican - permanent post
Date   Sun, 19 Jun 2005 20:57:48 +0100

Broxtowe and Hucknall Primary Care Trust
Nottingham Primary Care Research Partnership
Primary Care Management of Coronary Heart Disease and Diabetes

POST: 	RESEARCH FELLOW/STATISTICIAN

REF:		130/05 B	

SALARY: 	22 509 - 29 130 (05/06 pay inflation to be added  Subject to Agenda 
for Change job evaluation) 

HOURS: 	30 hours a week worked over 4 days 

CONTRACT:  Substantive.  

BASE: 	Hucknall Health Centre 

The Nottingham Primary Care Research Partnership (NPCRP) was formed in April 
2002 and is hosted by Broxtowe and Hucknall PCT. The Partnership is a collaboration 
of primary care NHS researchers in Nottingham. The Partnership has 5 programmes of 
research.  

This is a new post that has been created to work primarily on the Coronary Heart 
Disease and Diabetes Programme of Research. You will be a quantitative 
researcher/statistician. You will be undertaking statistical analyses of large datasets 
plus a range of research duties relating to quantitative research studies that are taking 
place. You will also provide statistical advice and support to the Nottingham Primary 
Care Research Partnership generally. You will be based in the Research and 
Development Department at Hucknall Health Centre and will work closely with the 
Programme Lead and other researchers.  

You will need a Masters degree in medical statistics or related discipline, a good 
working knowledge of statistical methods and recent experience of undertaking 
statistical analyses using large datasets and use of statistical packages eg STATA, 
SPSS, SAS. You will also need quantitative health related research experience. 

There is an option for the successful post holder to have a separate contact with the 
University of Nottingham for 1 day a week to make the post up to full time for a period 
of 5 years. The post holder would be based at the University for these additional hours. 
This additional contract is optional and applicants who only wish to work for 30 hours a 
week are welcomed. 

For further information please contact Rachel Illingworth, Research and Development 
Manager, on 0115 859 0773 rachel.illingworth@broxtowehucknall-pct.nhs.uk or 
Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox julia.hippisley-cox@nottingham.ac.uk 

For an application pack please contact please contact Rachel Whitemore, R&D 
Secretary, Hucknall Health Centre, on 0115 859 0177 or email 
rachel.whitemore@broxtowehucknall-pct.nhs.uk

website:www.nottingham.nhs.uk

Closing Date: 	8th July 2005               

Interview:     	   	Late July/Early August 2005 (date to be organised)            























Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology & General Practice
Centre for Population Sciences
Floor 13, Tower Building
University of Nottingham
Nottingham NG7 2RD
Tel: 0115 84 66915 (direct)
Tel 0115 84 66923 (secretary - Lynn Phillips)
Fax: 0115 84 66904

Interested in research using general practice data
Visit http://www.qresearch.org





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