NIHR CLAHRC North Thames funded PhD studentships launched

NIHR CLAHRC North Thames is now recruiting to its 2019 PhD studentships. NIHR CLAHRC North Thames is funded to conduct high quality applied health research, focused on the needs of patients and the public to produce a direct impact on health and the way health care and public health is organised and delivered.

Led by Professor Rosalind Raine (UCL), we are a collaboration of 50+ partners, including leading universities, NHS trusts, local authorities, clinical commissioning groups, UCLPartners, industry and organisations representing patients and the public.

We invite applications for these 3-year PhD studentships starting October 2019 (exact date dependent on the individual university). Studentships will be based at one of the following Universities: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, University College London. Details of the individual projects and supervisors are given below. The studentships include a stipend and full UK/EU fees.

Read more about how to apply on this page;

http://clahrc-norththames.nihr.ac.uk/nihr-clahrc_north-thames-academy/phds/ 

The PHDs on offer are below:

Cancer and comorbidity: impact of comorbid conditions on equity of access and safety and outcomes of cancer treatments

CLAHRC Research area: Health Economics and Data

Developing and evaluating an online community of practice for public health decision-makers

CLAHRC Research area: Health Economics and Data

Addressing the polypharmacy challenge in working-age adults

CLAHRC Research Area: Multimorbidity

Optimising resources from the internet in primary care consultations

CLAHRC Research area: Innovation and Implementation Science

Somatic and psychotropic polypharmacy: Understanding sociodemographic factors and the effects of polypharmacy in people with mental health problems

CLAHRC Research Area: Multimorbidity

Mapping Complex CAre Pathways for Personality Disorder (MACCA-PD)

CLAHRC Research area: Mental health

Understanding and facilitating self-management in child and youth mental health for socially excluded populations

CLAHRC Research area: Mental health

Evaluating services for older adults with multimorbidity across health and social care

CLAHRC Research area: Multimorbidity

Patient experiences on inpatient psychiatric wards: does this information get used to improve outcomes?

CLAHRC Research area: Mental health

Equity in service provision for people newly diagnosed with dementia and their family

CLAHRC Research area: Mental health

Implications of digital health innovations on the demand, use, cost and experiences of health and social care services

CLAHRC Research area: Innovation and Implementation Science