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Home 动态 Info. 会议与培训 Conference & Training 美国中华医学基金会(CMB)卫生政策与体系科学(HPS)Residency培训项目申报 Health Policy and Systems Sciences Residency Program Calls for Applications

美国中华医学基金会(CMB)卫生政策与体系科学(HPS)Residency培训项目申报 Health Policy and Systems Sciences Residency Program Calls for Applications

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根据美国中华医学基金会(China Medical Board, CMB)的通知, CMB、卫生部统计信息中心及牛津大学联合举办卫生政策与体系科学(HPS)Residency培训项目(Health Policy and System Science Residency Program, HPS-Residency, CMB项目编号12-126),即日起开始接受申请。

HPS-Residency项目旨在通过在职培训,培养新一代HPS青年学者独立、科学、严谨地开展中国卫生体系与政策研究的能力。项目围绕中国县医院改革,尤其是如何提高医疗卫生可及性、效率、公平等方面提出一系列研究问题。项目为期两年半,包括三轮(每轮为期一周)课程培训,三次(每次2-3天)远程会议。项目负责人为牛津大学卫生政策与经济学叶志敏(Winnie Yip)教授,授课教师包括国内外知名HPS专家。同时,卫生部统计信息中心会为参与者提供数据支持。

该项目仅针对CMB设立了HPS中心和合作项目中的10所院校的青年学者(45岁以下的在职人员)开放,以4-6人的团队形式申报。要求每个团队中包括一名非本校、来自CMB农村网院校的学者,学校CMB项目办可协助联系这些学校及学者,一名做流行病学/统计学/卫生经济学成员,一名非医学领域人员(社会学或经济学)。其他申请条件、要求、申请程序及选拔标准等见附件1。除了全程参加培训之外,每支入选团队将额外获得50,000-70,000美元项目开展资金。目前有正在实施的OC项目的课题负责人不能参与申报,但可旁听所有培训课程。991课题负责人及种子基金负责人可以参加申报。

具体申报要求、方式和流程见如下通知原文:

The China Medical Board, Center for Health Statistics and Information of MOH, and Oxford University are pleased to launch the Health Policy ad System Science Residency Program (HPS-Residency). The primary goal of HPS-Residency is to train a new cadre of young HPS researchers with the capacity to conduct independent, policy-relevant and scientifically-rigorous research of, and for, China's health care system, through "on-thejob" training, akin to a medical residency program.

Program Introduction
HPS-Residency is organized around a set of pre-identified research questions surrounding China's county hospital reforms and especially as how they relate to access, efficiency and quality (with some focus on non-communicable diseases). Participants do not need to
propose their own topics.

The program is conceptualized around four core components: 1) framing research questions and developing testable hypotheses using relevant social theories; 2) developing optimal study design given the research questions, taking constraints into considerations; 3) choosing appropriate analytical methods, including both quantitative and qualitative and 4) drawing relevant policy recommendations based on accurate and in-depth interpretations of findings.

The program runs over two and a half years. It consists of three in-person one-week training courses, with the participants conducting a research project applying the material learned in class in between courses. Three 2-3 day long-distance meetings will be organized to review research

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participants will conduct primary data collection.

The first in-person training module aims to cover relevant theories and conceptual frameworks for analyzing county hospital performances, drawing on economic theories of incentives, contracting, market competition; political economy theories of governance; organization behavior models of hospital behavior and internal management, leading to formulation of testable hypotheses. The second module focuses on study design for testing the hypotheses defined. It will cover quasi-experimental design, case-based studies, sampling, measurements of key outcome variables, ending with a partial research
protocol. In particular, there will be some focus on, given that randomized control trial is infeasible in most health policy works, what other best alternatives exist and their potential tradeoffs. After the course, participants put the research protocol in practice in their research site. A long-distance meeting will be followed to allow participants to share their lessons and receive comments from the teaching faculty. The third module focuses
on analytical methods. This again, will be followed by long-distance meeting to review progress. A third long distance meeting will be organized at a later date to teach interpretation of findings and writing ups. Participants are then required to submit at least one manuscript for peer-reviewed journal publication and a policy brief targeted for policymakers.

Faculty
This program is led by Winnie Yip, Professor of Health Policy and Economics, University of Oxford. Teaching faculty include renowned international and domestic HPS experts. Selected faculty will share with participants their experiences and journeys towards excellence in their areas of expertise.

Eligibility to Apply
Only universities with CMB-funded HPS centers and Collaborating Programs (CPs)

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are eligible to apply. See Addendum II for the full list of eligible schools. HOWEVER, each application is required to include:

1. At least one individual from outside the institutions on the eligibility list and preferably from CMB's rural network schools.

2. At least two individuals with prior training and/or experience in social science and quantitative methods; preferably with at least one from departments/institutions of social science, such as economics, organization behaviors.

3. Participating individual must

already be a junior faculty/researcher and not a student, have obtained a graduate degree (master minimum) and younger than 45 years old.

Application process
1. Application is team-based. No individual application will be accepted. Each application is required to include four to six individuals to facilitate team work.
2. An eligible institution can submit multiple applications.
3. In your application:
  a. Provide the name (indicate who is the principal investigator), current position, affiliation, age and discipline of each individual on the first page, with their CVs included in an appendix
  b. A narrative for each of the following with supporting evidence:
    i. In what ways are individuals proposed in your applications potential future leaders in HPS research?
    ii. What prior experience/training does the proposed team have in social science and quantitative methods?
    iii. What prior experience/training does the proposed team have in primary data collection?
    iv. What prior experience does the proposed team have in conducting system level policy interventions and evaluations?
    v. How likely can the proposed team follow the training and produce high standards outputs?
    vi. How do you plan to coordinate and organize individuals in your proposed team who come from different schools/institutions to work together?
    vii. How do you plan to provide a mentoring role for members from CMB rural network schools, if they are included in your application?
    viii. Propose three counties as potential research sites and whether you have prior working relationships with them, how likely these counties would allow your team to conduct research there, what challenges and constraints do you anticipate in terms of data collection and evaluating their county hospital reform (note: the program will also assist in identifying study sites if needed).
  c. The application is in English and shall not exceed eight pages, singlespaced, 12 point font (Calibri), excluding the front page and appendices
  d. Application should be submitted by email through the CMB liaison offices in your school (see Addendum II) to He Lei ( 贺蕾) ( 该E-mail地址已受到防止垃圾邮件机器人的保护,您必须启用浏览器的Java Script才能看到。 010-68792926).

Criteria for selection
1. Qualifications and potentials of the individuals proposed in the application team
2. Evidence of the proposed team's record to conduct field work (e.g. feasibility of conducting primary data collection; working relationship with local policy makers, etc.)
3. Evidence of a multidisciplinary team with sufficient social science and quantitative method training
4. Team composition linking CMB and non-CMB schools; CMB centres/CPs and CMB rural network schools who can benefit from mentoring from CMB centres/CPs would be considered very favorably.

Budget
Selected team will be provided a budget of USD50,000 to 70,000 to cover their field work, data collection, analysis, writing up results, travel cost to MOH-CHSI to analyze data on site. Cost of transportation for participants to training courses will be covered by their home institutions, possibly via their existing CMB grants, but their room and board will be covered by the program.
Important Dates
1. May 3, 2013 Applications due
2. May 20, 2013 Selection announced
3. June 22, 2013 Participants will receive readings and homework assignments which they will be required to do before attending the first course
4. July 22-28, 2013 First in-person training course

Contact Information
For questions related to the technical content of the program, please contact Winnie Yip ( 该E-mail地址已受到防止垃圾邮件机器人的保护,您必须启用浏览器的Java Script才能看到。 ) and for questions related to logistics and administration, please contact He Lei (贺蕾) ( 该E-mail地址已受到防止垃圾邮件机器人的保护,您必须启用浏览器的Java Script才能看到。 010-68792926) at the Center for Health Statistics and Information of MOH.

 

 

 

 

 

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