THETA's involvement in the Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment communities allows us to hear about promising career opportunities. If you wish to have a job opportunity posted, contact

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Position in Decision Modelling Position
Employer: School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo
Location: Kitchener, Ontario
Start date(tentative): January 2021
Length of Employment: 1 year with possible second year extension
Review of Applications begins Nov 1, 2020
Contact: Dr. William W.L. Wong:

Health Economist & Health Economics Fellow Positions - Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Closing date for the both positions: Sep 21, 2020
Forward applications to:

Health Economics and Outcomes Researchers (recent graduates welcome) including Health Economists, Systematic Literature Review Experts, Statisticians with database analysis experience apply online at Complete Health Economics and Outcomes Research (CHEORS) -
Careers or contact:

Research Coordinator/Project Manager (Part-time) for project leads, Drs. Ava John-Baptiste and Shehzad Ali, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Western Ontario. Overall project aim: incorporating social determinants of health (SDH) and related equity considerations in models of the COVID-19 pandemic. 


THETA Collaborative welcomes students who have an interest in Health Economics, Clinical Trials and Social Values & Ethics to volunteer with our staff.

Graduate students in Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, Public Health Sciences, Pharmacy, Human Factors in Engineering and other graduate departments can volunteer with THETA faculty staff members, Research Associates or Study Coordinators. This entails approximately three hours per week. For further details, please contact individual researchers listed below and attach your resume, your research interests, and a brief description on what you hope to gain from this experience.


Canadian Association for Healthcare Reimbursement (CAHR) 2020 Scholarship

Three (3) grants per year of $5,000 each, payable directly to the recipient.
The funding is intended to defray costs associated with the student’s schooling, including direct costs (e.g. tuition, research assistance, supplies, etc.), and also living expenses.
The successful applicants will be invited to participate in a future CAHR event to receive public recognition.

CLICK HERE for submission details.

For more information, please contact Emma Roberts, CAHR Association Manager at: Office: 416-494-1440 x222 Email: