Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 05/04/2019
Roche, Student Internship Evidence and Policy
Roche Diabetes Care
Grenzacherstrasse 124, Basel, Svizzera
Legale/Affari internazionali, Sanitaria/medicale, Biologia/Chimica/Farmaceutica
6 - 12 mesi. Inizio estate 2019.
- You work together with a consultant to develop surveys to figure out evidence needs and the current health policy and/or public affairs activities in the Roche Diabetes Care affiliate countries.
- You assess regional activities (e.g. membership, advisory role, etc.) around health policy for Diabetes Care.
- You identify the top prioritized countries in each region and align with regional representatives (NAM/EMEA/LATAM/APAC) for the surveys.
- You administer the surveys to the appropriate representatives within the affiliate countries and capture insights on regional activities.
- You manage the incoming evidence survey results and analyze the data to outline the current evidence needs and identify where there are gaps.
- You handle the incoming health policy survey results and analyze the data to present the current health policy/public affairs landscape around diabetes care initiatives, which includes identifying gaps, clusters and trend.
- You determine current capacity level and countries that need global support for health policy/public affairs initiatives.
- You propose global health policy themes for diabetes care based on landscape results and product portfolio.
- You propose an evidence dossier template that addresses the evidence needs of the RDC affiliate countries.
- Enrolled in an MPH, MS, MPP or other related degree in health disciplines or health services research
- Course work or experience in health policy, public policy, research methods, survey design and statistical analysis are preferred.
- Proficiency in MS Excel, Word and Power Point.
- Knowledge and understanding of different types of and levels of evidence needed for various partners (e.g. payers, patients and health care professionals)
- Insights of global health care systems and types of payers.
- Knowledge of global advisory and/or non-profit organizations in diabetes.
- English language fluency and good writing/communication skills