MOH PREO Internship Application
The Policy Research and Economics Office (PREO) is a division under Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) and focuses on health economics research as the backbone of public policy planning.

The MOH PREO Internship aims to expose medical students to policymaking, disease modelling, health economics and cost-effectiveness analysis. Interns will be involved in assisting in health technology assessments and cost-effectiveness analysis of medical and clinical interventions and programs.

Requirements:
- Singapore citizen
- Available for a minimum of 6 weeks from December - January
- Prior experience is not required, however, candidates who are proficient in Microsoft Excel will be considered favourably

All candidates must submit the following documents to secretary@smsanz.sg with the subject title "MOH PREO - YourName".
- Cover letter
- CV, including any information about previous analytical projects completed (if any)
- Latest Academic Transcripts
- Short Write-Up (250 Words)

The short write-up should include:
- Your interest in policy
- How the internship would benefit you
- Description of personal experiences in statistics, Microsoft Excel and/or coding programmes (if applicable)

Please note that the application form and all documents should be submitted by 6 October 2019, 2359 (+8 GMT).

For any queries, please contact Wei Ting at secretary@smsanz.sg. Thank you!
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