The Foundation for Managed Care Pharmacy (FMCP) and the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) are pleased and honored to announce a partnership with Pfizer Inc. to continue the Summer Internship Program. Through the generous support of Pfizer Inc., FMCP will continue to focus its mission on research, leadership and education by selecting six pharmacy students to experience a managed care pharmacy practice internship during the summer of 2012.
This two-year fellowship is a joint program between St. John's University and Merck & Co., Inc. The primary objective of this program is to develop competencies in pharmacoeconomic analysis and outcomes research. The fellow will develop familiarity in the use of decision analysis, humanistic outcome measures, and development of economic models for the measurement and evaluation of health outcomes.
Applications are invited from mid-career researchers wishing to visit the Centre for Health Economics.
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The Pharmacotherapy Outcomes Research Center (PORC), and the University of Utah College of Pharmacy, provides a post-doctoral Fellowship in Outcomes Research and Pharmacoeconomics.
Candidates around the world with a graduate degree (master or doctoral) in public health, pharmacy, economics, medicine and other related fields are eligible to apply all year around. This is a one to two year program which may start any time of the year. Foreign professionals are encouraged to apply and the US entry visa will be processed through partnering universities.
Health Outcomes and Pharmacoeconomics Research in the area of managed care pharmacy. Application Deadline January 15th of each year; Start Date July 1st of each year; Length of Program 2 years.
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This Fellowship will be structured as a two-year program of study and reseach, with a special emphasis on observational research design.
This two-year fellowship program, coordinated with Thomas Jefferson University, provides training and exposure to the various aspects of outcomes research in both the academic and industry settings, while learning and working in a challenging post-graduate environment.