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Bazian are recruiting

December 4th 2014

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has an unrivalled reputation for providing governments and companies with authoritative analysis on key business issues.

Bazian, a business division of the Economist Intelligence Unit, offers independent, specialised healthcare research analysis and evidence synthesis. Its products help clients understand, interpret, and communicate healthcare research, and its implications for current and potential healthcare markets.

The services Bazian provides include:

  • Health technology assessments
  • Systematic reviews
  • Need, demand and capacity models
  • Cost and cost effectiveness modelling
  • Care pathways and guidelines
  • Evidence-based interactive tools
  • Analysis of healthcare news stories
  • Communication of healthcare research in plain language for a wide audience

Headquartered in London, Bazian is seeking a Healthcare Researcher to join its healthcare research team.  The successful applicant will primarily deliver healthcare research analysis and projects, communicating results to clients and a wider audience.  From time to time contribution to writing proposals and designing projects may be required in the role.


In the role you would be expected to:

  • Review and appraise health and healthcare research, based on the concepts of critical appraisal and systematic reviewing
  • Extract and synthesise quantitative and qualitative data from research or healthcare information
  • Interpret and communicate conclusions from research or healthcare information
  • Successfully interact and deliver projects to clients
  • Represent Bazian and EIU to clients and stakeholders, being able to communicate professionally

Experience, skills and professional attributes:

You will be able to demonstrate:

  • Well-developed conceptual thinking and an ability to problem solve
  • Excellent analytical, numerical, verbal, written and presentation skills
  • Experience in working under pressure, setting priorities and managing tight deadlines
The ideal candidate will have:
  • A science or health related degree or postgraduate qualification
  • Experience in a health related field, health research or research design, evaluation and
  • interpretation
  • An ability to communicate complex concepts and information clearly to a range of audiences
  • Excellent organisational, time management and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work well within a multidisciplinary team

To apply please submit a CV including covering letter online through the following:

Closing date for applications is Wednesday 17th December.