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Position: Research Assistant (Healthcare cost)
Institution: National University of Singapore
Location: Singapore
Duties: The Research Assistant is primarily responsible for data analysis, data processing/cleaning and drafting a report on healthcare cost inflation in Singapore. The RA will also be involved in liaising with representatives from the Life Insurance Association, and engaging in discussions with and presentations to key stakeholders. The expected start date for the role is from mid-March 2022 onwards. The project is expected to last for 1 year, and may be extended for up to 2 years
Requirements: Degree in a relevant subject area (e.g. Public Health, Global Health, International Development, Business Administration, etc.), or equivalent; Familiarity with conducting statistical analyses using STATA and/or R statistical software; Ability to review research literature to synthesize and present findings; An understanding of Singapore's healthcare financing system is a bonus; Outstanding writing and communication skills in English
   
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