PhD Studentship in the area of Digital Health or Integrated Care in the School of Health and Society/School of Health Sciences, University of Salford. Start Date – End of September 2018.
About the Schools
The Schools of Health and Society and Health Sciences are forward-thinking, dynamic schools with a commitment to lifelong learning and real world impact by focusing on the health and wellbeing of people and helping them at all stages of their lives. In September 2018 the Schools will be merging to create one School. These studentships offer a chance to bring together interests across the Schools.
We are focused on developing our knowledge and understanding, so we can actively help people, our clients, to lead more productive, comfortable lives. We have a fantastic range of facilities which reflect those in practice and focus on new technologies and pioneering techniques.
About our research
Our research underpins our teaching and learning, ensuring our staff, students and partner organisations reach their full potential and remain at the forefront of innovation.
Research is organised into two Centres:
- Centre for Applied Research in Health, Welfare and Policy (CaRe)
- Centre for Health Sciences Research
More details regarding our research and our research staff (and their interests) can be found on the above websites.
About the studentships
Applications for PhD studentships are sought in the areas of Digital Health or Integrated Care. It is expected that applicants will possess a minimum 2.1 degree in a relevant subject area. A higher degree qualification would be desirable.
Experienced supervisors will be provided from across the Schools. Proposals that fall within these themes will be considered and prospective students are expected to provide a focus to the proposal and may consult with prospective supervisors prior to application.
The studentship will include 3 years full time fees and a tax free scholarship of £14,553 per annum (for 3 years). Successful students will be expected to contribute to the success of the School in terms of timely progression and contribution to the production of research outputs or teaching during their candidature.
The University of Salford provides an extensive training programme for PhD candidates as part of the Doctoral School and at School Level within the Schools of Health and Society and Health Sciences. Training includes compulsory induction and ethics and an introductory “Getting Started Week”.
About the application procedure
Application is online. Applicants must provide evidence of their existing knowledge and experience in the chosen topic area in a formal Research Proposal and supplementary CV.
The proposal should contain: 1. A summary of relevant literature related to the proposed project 2. Aims of the proposed research 3. An outline the key research methods proposed to appropriately address the aims. This document should be 3-4 sides of typed A4.
Further details about the procedure are available at: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying/applying-for-research
Applications will pass through an initial filter stage and then an interview prior to a final offer.
Deadline for receipt of online application: 31st July 2018
Interviews: Interviews will be held w/c 20th August
Offers: Informal offer will be communicated by 27th August
Registration and start: Registration w/c 24th September
Induction and Getting Started Week: w/c 3rd October (TBC)
Further details regarding the Integrated Care agenda across Greater Manchester can be found at: http://www.gmhsc.org.uk/
For further information please contact:
Tel: 0161 295 6345
Professor Alison Brettle, PGR Director, School of Health and Society: email@example.com
Tel: 0161 295 0447
Dr Yeliz Prior, PGR Director, School of Health Sciences: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 0161 295 0211