A fully funded, full time, three-year PhD studentship is available in Warwick Medical School, to commence as soon as possible in 2021. The studentship is part of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration West Midlands (ARC WM). ARC WM is a £9 million, five-year initiative which started in October 2019.
The student will be based in one of the ARC WM’s themes, which are described on the website.
Applications for these studentship are invited, focusing on one of the following topics:
- The challenges facing small-medium organisations in supporting health and wellbeing initiatives in the workplace?
- How can knowledge needed to evaluate health technologies be produced, exchanged and applied in politically changing environments?
- What has been the uptake, use and impact of HTA research evidence disseminated by the NICE Technology Appraisal programme from 2012 to 2017?
- How can co-production be implemented in the ARC WM as a test bed for the wider NIHR? How can co-production be operationalised?
- How can we best monitor heart rate, blood pressure and oxygen levels in ‘hospital at home’ care models? Which remote monitoring systems are acceptable for patients, carers and clinical teams?
The studentship includes fees and monthly stipend based on the Research Councils recommended rate – find more details here.
Find out more and apply here