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Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Newcastle

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Funded Studentships at Northumbria University via the Northern Ireland and North East Doctoral Training Partnership

Northumbria is part of the ESRC-funded Northern Ireland and North East Doctoral Training Partnership (NINE DTP), a collaboration of seven universities in North East England and Northern Ireland dedicated to offering world class training to its students. Read more

Understanding the psychological and social determinants of the impact of languageless visual health messages (GIFs) to promote Covid-19 preventive behaviours in Latin America and the UK. (Ref: RDF22/HLS/PSY/OBRIEN)

Effective public health communications are critical to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Government guidance and legislation have advocated and coerced evidence-based transmission preventive behaviours, such as physical distancing, good hygiene practices such as handwashing, and mask-wearing. Read more

The role of professional regulation on the development of nursing and healthcare practice in Europe (Ref: RDF22/HLS/NMH/UNSWORTH)

The WHO have identified the important role which nurses play in securing Universal Health Coverage (UHC2030, 2019) and have set out an ambitious agenda for strengthening the nursing and midwifery contribution to healthcare globally (WHO, 2021). Read more

Global Development Futures

As part of our continued commitment to research excellence, Northumbria University is offering studentships aligned to each of our Multidisciplinary Research Themes (MDRTs). Read more
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Sir Jules Thorn Virtual Group Consultation Clinical PhD Studentship

Overview. Group consultation (GC) models are older than widely recognised- pioneered by Joseph Pratt for TB in 1905, spreading to use for chronic disease all over the world. Read more

Measuring and managing what counts - implementing the wellbeing approach to government and governance (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/LHRM/FRENCH)

Governments, international organisations and social alliances are increasingly adopting high-level ‘outcomes’ or ‘wellbeing’ frameworks to catalyse transitions toward sustainable development (Sachs 2012) and collective wellbeing (Stiglitz 2019; Costanza et al. Read more

Reverse Logistics and Inclusive growth in sustainable supply chains in the UK: Are we there yet? (Advert Reference: SF21/BL/MOS/MA)

Although most of the research on logistics and supply chain management has focused on forward logistics, the area of reverse logistics (RL) is gaining increasing attention and becoming more important in recent years (Govindan and Solemani, 2017). Read more

Experimental Fiction and the Literary Museum: The Legacy of Laurence Sterne (REF: NBC-CDA22/ADSS/HUM/WILLIAMS)

AHRC-funded through the Northern Bridge Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership. Shandy Hall in Coxwold, North Yorkshire, is a literary house museum dedicated to its most famous occupant, eighteenth-century novelist Laurence Sterne. Read more

Trans Performance in the UK (REF: NBC-CDA22/ADSS/ARTS/HANN)

AHRC-funded through the Northern Bridge Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership. This project will investigate the concepts, methods, and politics of trans, nonbinary, and gender diverse performance in the UK today. Read more

Mapping and Interpreting 90 years of Illustrating and Writing Childhood in the Collection of Seven Stories: The National Centre for Children's Books. (REF: NBC-CDA22/ADSS/SWECW/GIBSON)

AHRC-funded through the Northern Bridge Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership. This PhD project will explore changing historical cultural constructions of childhood in books for children, making creative responses to these constructions, and looking at contemporary children's understanding of them. Read more

Art, Activism & Archive: The Histories and Legacies of Stuart Marshall (REF: NBC-CDA22/ADSS/ARTS/BUTT)

AHRC-funded through the Northern Bridge Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership. This practice-as-research PhD project will address the work of artist, filmmaker, composer, writer, curator, educator, HIV community organiser and pioneering AIDS video activist Stuart Marshall (1949-1993). Read more

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