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We have 26 child health PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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PhD Studentship in Lifecourse Epidemiology & Public Mental Health

  Research Group: Mental Health and Addiction
The Department of Health Sciences, University of York, and the Bradford Institute for Health Research invite applications for a fully-funded full-time PhD studentship to start in September 2022. The project is on childhood mental health and early life experience funded by the Yorkshire and Humber Applied Research Collaboration (YHARC). . Read more

Institute of Health & Wellbeing

Our mission is to prevent disease, improve health & wellbeing, and reduce inequalities. locally, nationally and globally through our inter-disciplinary programme of world-leading research and excellent research-led teaching. Read more

CHILD AND YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP

In any given year, one in seven Australian children experience a mental health problem. Most young people never receive evidence-based treatments and many young people do not respond to current interventions or relapse over time. Read more

Research opportunities in the School of Health and Community Studies

The School hosts a wide-range of doctoral and research students - including full-time students and part-time students, who are often studying alongside their professional role. Read more

PhD (School of Social Sciences) Doctorate

Study a PhD at the . University of Bradford.  and contribute new and significant knowledge to the diverse field of social sciences. Read more

Dental Health in Children - Targeting hard to reach groups

Child dental decay is now concentrated in groups of individuals. Epidemiological data has demonstrated a rapid fall in dental disease over the last 30 years; with the prevalence of obvious decay experience in 12-year-olds in England falling from 81% in 1983, to 34% in 2013 (1). Read more

An exploratory study into what role, if any, Early Years Educators perceive themselves as having in developmental monitoring of children attending Early Years services.

This is a Masters by Research project. Supervisors. Dr Karen Patton and Ms Majella Mc Bride. Project Summary. Developmental monitoring means observing ways that children play, learn, move, speak and engages with those around them and their environment. Read more

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