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University of Liverpool, Institute of Population Health Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Adapting and testing the feasibility of an enhanced community-based rehabilitation programme following hip fracture for people with dementia or cognitive impairment
  Prof N Williams
Applications accepted all year round

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Background. Proximal femoral fracture (commonly referred to as hip fracture) is a major health problem in the frail elderly [1], and 42% have cognitive impairment [2].
  Ethics, Integrity, Trust and Public Involvement in Big Data Management
  Prof L Frith, Prof I Buchan
Application Deadline: 21 November 2019

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The aim of this project is to explore how we can develop good governance procedures for large, multi-source health data sets, by more thoroughly involving the community and reflecting community values.
  Promoting physical activity for people living with or beyond cancer: Using mixed-methods of health services research (evidence synthesis, qualitative research and a survey).
  Prof N Williams, Dr R Hill
Application Deadline: 1 November 2019

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Background. There are over 2 million people in the UK living with or beyond cancer. The number of people diagnosed is increasing, but the number dying is decreasing, leading to more people surviving after a cancer diagnosis.
  Using social media to engage patients and the public in clinical trials
  Dr K Woolfall, Prof I Buchan
Application Deadline: 16 November 2019

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It is estimated that 44 million people in the UK use social media (SM) platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Increasingly, health and social care researchers use SM to recruit patients to studies.
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