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Health Sciences projects

The postgraduate research opportunities we currently have available in our Division of Health Sciences are listed below.

Access to emergency care for people living in slums Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

Syndemic approach to managing multiple problems in individuals living in a slum Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

Under- and over-nutrition amongst young adolescents in a slum Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

Analysis of the health, well-being, and life satisfaction of people who live in slums using observational data Last date for applications to this project:15th June 2018

Evidence synthesis using causal models to facilitate the design and evaluation of service delivery interventions to improve the health of people living in slums

Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

Co-design, implementation and evaluation of a learning from excellence programme for community health workers in slums Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

The engagement of slum dwellers in sub-Saharan Africa/South Asia, in the design and development of healthcare services in their locality Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

The use and impact of digital access to health information and health care for slum dwellers Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

The use of mobile digital communication by slum dwellers in sub-Saharan Africa/South Asia to manage their health and wellbeing. Last date for applications to this project: 15th June 2018

Development of a Novel Tool for Quality Assessment of Economic Evaluations

Staff/Patient Experience/Mixed Methods/Qualitative

Dietary Salt Reduction to Control Meniere’s Disease: A Systematic Review of the Evidence

Longitudinal Analyses of Sleep and Cognition in the ELSA Cohort

Statistical Methods for Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials

Perinatal Mental Health in South Asian Communities

What is the Impact of Paternal Mental Health on Partners and Offspring

Does Maxillary Sinusitis of Dental Origin impact on the clinical decision-making process and management of symptomatic rhinosinusitis patients presenting in medical primary care?

Enabling patient access to new drugs within the NHS: a mixed methods study to assess the impact of research conducted by Technology Assessment Review teams in the UK.

Applicants must select their project of interest and apply online selecting one of the following course codes:

MPhil/PhD in Health Sciences (RMDA-B91P)

MPhil/PhD in Nursing (RASS-B718)

MPhil/PhD in Clinical Education (RMDA-B91F)

MD in Medicine (RMDA-A33P)

MSc by Research in Health Sciences (RMDA-B92P)

*PhD by Published Work (RMDA-B91P)

Please ensure that you specify the name of the project and supervisor within your application.

*Please note that applicants apply for the PhD by Published Work do not have to specify a project but must identify a mentor from the approved list of supervisors.

Applicants may also wish to peruse our funding opportunities.

Decisions on applications will made in January.