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We’ve launched a community calendar and jobs board

I’m pleased to announce that you will soon be able to find your next job and plan your event attendance with the help of our blog. We are relaunching our events calendar and launching a brand new jobs board. Both of these features rely on you, our readers. We need you to submit details of upcoming events and current job opportunities and encourage your colleagues to do the same.

Browsing

You can access all events at aheblog.com/events and job listings at aheblog.com/jobs (or via the main menu). Both listings can be filtered by various categories and other specifics. For example, you should be able to easily identify free online events, or part-time jobs in London. These classifications will evolve over time. If there’s a different way you’d like to filter or view listings, let us know.

Contributing

It’s totally free to list events and jobs on our website. There is only one requirement: that your listing is of interest to health economists.

You don’t need an account on our website to post new events or job listings. However, if you do create an account, you’ll be able to manage and edit the events and jobs that you submit. You can access the relevant links from the website’s main menu. If you create a listing and later need to transfer its management to another user, that can be arranged.

Most of the information requested during the submission process is optional. However, it will benefit your listing to include as much information as possible. If you have any difficulties in using the system or if the options are too restrictive, please get in touch.

Happy listing!


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  • Founder of the Academic Health Economists' Blog. Principal Economist at the Office of Health Economics. ORCID: 0000-0001-9470-2369

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