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  Use and adaptation of a research derived evidence based tool by general practitioners: a qualitative study of the ‘Frailty Index’ (RDF19/HLS/SWECW/SANDERS)
  Dr T Sanders
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Research evidence uptake by professionals working in healthcare is variable. Research has shown that top-down strategies are largely unsuccessful because clinicians want to adapt research evidence for their own local priorities (Grimshaw et al.
  Self-Regulation, Dysregulation, and Misregulation in Youth Sport: to use a mixture of quanitative and qualitative methods to examine self-regulation and self-regulation difficulties in youth sport.
  Dr J Cumming
Applications accepted all year round
Self-regulation is fundamental to successful learning and performance and having having well-developed skills to manage thoughts, feelings, and behaviours enables young athletes to realise their potential in sport as well as other life domains.
  A qualitative study to explore young migrants’ perspectives on the health impact of migration
  Dr H Fairbrother
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
This PhD will be located within the Child and Family Health and Wellbeing research group of the School of Nursing and Midwifery. Our work is interdisciplinary in nature and focuses upon the health and wellbeing of children, young people and families.
  An exploration of mechanisms of change in help-seeking for self-harm
  Dr N Husain, Dr P Taylor
Applications accepted all year round
The decision to seek help can be the first step towards recovery for individuals who are struggling with self-harm, but it can also result in negative attitudes from others and lead to greater secrecy, feelings of shame, and potentially a exacerbation of the self-harm itself.
  Characteristics and impact of back pain in older women from the UK – a mixed methods study focusing on mild versus moderate/severe vertebral fractures
  Dr E Clark, Prof R Gooberman-Hill
Applications accepted all year round
Osteoporotic vertebral fractures are common in older women. 12% of women over aged 65 have at least one vertebral deformity, the majority of which are osteoporotic in origin.
  Feasibility of delivering group psychological support to stroke survivors in community settings
  Dr E Patchwood, Prof A Bowen, Dr S Knowles
Applications accepted all year round
Supporting people to come to terms with persisting disability and life after stroke is a high priority for stroke research. There is an urgent need for evidence-based, clinically and financially effective psychological interventions that can be feasibly delivered for community-based stroke survivors.
  Eating Disorders in Men: Qualitative Analysis of UK Popular Media Coverage
  Research Group: Psychology
  Dr R Delderfield, Dr P Branney
Applications accepted all year round
“Representations of Illness or Wounded Storytellers?” Research into male eating disorders is still considered to be in its infancy.
  Future scenarios for the deployment of autonomous vehicles in urban environments
  Dr M Beecroft, Prof J Nelson
Applications accepted all year round
It is widely anticipated that autonomous vehicles will play an important role in future urban environments, particularly in city-centres.
  PhD in Population Medicine - Adverse childhood experiences and their association with child health and development in low and middle income countries
  Dr L Hurt, Dr V Adekanmbi
Application Deadline: 27 February 2019
Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are potentially traumatic events that may have lasting effects on health and wellbeing.
  Participants’ perceptions of Restorative justice in Scotland - Project ID SAS0034
  Dr G Maglione, Dr J Buchan
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Restorative justice (RJ) is usually described as a process of facilitated dialogue between a person who has been harmed (‘victim’) and a person who has harmed (‘offender’), and possibly their support networks (‘communities’), aiming to enable material and psychological repair of harms caused by crime/conflict.
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