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University of Hull, Faculty of Health Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 8 University of Hull, Faculty of Health Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 8 University of Hull, Faculty of Health Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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The underlying causes of the diabetic foot: revascularisation deficit and novel strategies to boost healing.

The diabetic foot is one of the most debilitating comorbidities of diabetes. It is caused by impaired tissue repair, which leads to limb dysfunction and ultimately amputation. Read more
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Diabetes and thrombosis: mechanistic links and novel interventional opportunities.

Thrombosis is the occlusion of blood vessels by uncontrolled blood clotting. Being the cause of death for 70% of diabetes patients, thrombosis is a serious threat in diabetes. Read more
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Development and characterisation of novel antioxidant H2S-releasing compounds to prevent diabetic kidney disease

Applications are invited for this project which aims to develop and characterise new antioxidants (H. 2. S-releasing compounds) for the prevention of diabetic kidney disease. Read more
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Dementia and diabetes: the challenges posed by comorbidity.

In older people, diabetes often coexists with dementia. The student on this project will investigate the challenges of providing care to a person living with dementia and diabetes in a care home setting. Read more
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No-one Talks About Death and Dying: Developing and Evaluating a Serious Game to Enable Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprises to Engage and Work With Communities About Advanced Illness

Delivering advice, support and care to people in the community with advanced illness is challenging for Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprises (VCSEs), even after years of experience working in the heart of their communities. Read more
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Roles and Experiences of Informal Carers Providing Care to People with Advanced Illness In Sub-Saharan Africa

HIV/AIDS is a leading cause of disease burden, death, and bereavement in Africa, with 1.5 million new HIV infections in 2020, set against the context of structural deprivation and inequality. Read more
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“They Kept Telling Me I Had The Wrong Type Of Pain”. The Development Of Cancer Pain Education Resource For Patient From Ethnically Diverse Communities In Humber And North Yorkshire And The Health Professionals Caring For Them

Cancer pain is highly distressing. When assessed and treated, it improves. However, research shows people with cancer from ethnically diverse (ED) communities are less satisfied than White British patients with how their pain is managed; many are undertreated. Read more
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