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RCBC Wales Early Career PhD Studentship- examining the use of new technologies in community nursing.
University of South Wales
Faculty of Health, Sport & Science
Mr A Hale
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This research project has funding attached. Applications for this project are welcome from suitably qualified candidates worldwide. Funding may only be available to a limited set of nationalities and you should read the full department and project details for further information.
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RCBC (Research Building Capacity Collaboration) Wales still has funding to support one Early Career PhD Fellowship in Nursing/Midwifery and the Allied Health Professions to commence in early 2013 at Cardiff Metropolitan University. This is an exciting opportunity for recently qualified graduates to begin a career which combines clinical practice and research.
The PhD appointment will be part-time for five years based on a minimum of 2.5 days per week commitment to study. The Early Career Fellowship aims to attract recently qualified graduates into doing a part-time PhD, whilst continuing to work in a clinical setting within the NHS. The successful candidate will receive fees and a 50% part-time bursary (£4,077 per annum).
Applications should have a commitment to the themes and priorities of the National Institute of Social Care and Health Research (NISCHR) and the Institution to which they apply. These can include studies into any aspect of nursing, midwifery or allied health care which examines the reduction of waste, harm and variability through the production of an appropriate evidence base. It can also encompass studies in public health, in particular those which might examine smoking cessation, exercise and physical activity and obesity. In addition to the above, applications for studies into community nursing will be welcomed and in particular we would welcome proposals which examine the use of new technologies in community nursing.
• Applicants must hold registration within the UK as a Nurse, Midwife or Allied Health Professional (i.e. they must be registered with the NMC or HPC). The definition of Allied Health Professions is taken from the Health Professions Council Register, see http://www.hpc-uk.org/aboutregistration/professions/
• Applicants must have graduated from an undergraduate degree within the last two years / or if they are about to graduate they must be able to obtain registration for a PhD by no later than 1st April 2013. Applicants graduating from initial NMC/HPC registration with a masters or post graduate diploma within the last two years will also be accepted.
• Applicants must be employed or obtain employment within the NHS.
• Candidates require a first degree (preferably graded 2:1 or above) from a University or Institution recognised by the 6 Higher Education Institutions involved in RCBC Wales.
• Successful applicants must be resident in Wales for the duration of the award.
Recruitment for the early career PhD Fellowships will by managed by the University of Glamorgan with input from collaborating Universities.
(see above for full details)
The application process will be held in two stages:
1. Expressions of Interest forms are to be completed and returned to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm on 24th January 2013.
2. Applications will be assessed and shortlisted. Shortlisted applicants will be requested to submit a full proposal application form by 12pm on 28th February 2013.
3. Full proposal applications will be reviewed by RCBC representatives and successful applicants will be invited to interview.
4. Interviews will be held during early March.
The relevant application forms and further guidance (including funding details) are available at the following web address For information about the specific opportunity please contact the RCBC representative at Cardiff Metropolitan (details are listed at the web link provided). General enquiries may be addressed to Andrew Hale, RCBC Wales, University of Glamorgan. Email: email@example.com Telephone: 01443 483892
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