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We have 9 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professions (exercise) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Health PhD

Overview. As a PhD student in the Department for Health at Bath you will have the opportunity to undertake original, in-depth research under expert supervision working in one of the top rated research Universities in the UK. Read more

Improving heat wave responses in elderly individuals

The interaction between climate change, natural ageing, and sedentary behaviour make the elderly (65+ years old) a highly vulnerable cohort for heat-related illness during heat waves. Read more

Frailty and sarcopenia in older adults: the role of sedentary behaviour and physical activity

Main aim. This proposed research will explore the role of sedentary behaviour and physical activity in the prevention, progression and/or treatment of frailty and sarcopenia in the ageing population. Read more

Physical activity and sedentary behaviour in adults with a spinal cord injury

The proposed research will be conducted with an industry partner to develop a device for accurate measurement of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in adults with a spinal cord injury who use a manual wheelchair (those with paraplegia). Read more

Open Innovation and Collaboration in Healthcare

Applications must be received by Sunday 28 February 2022 – 23.59  . Healthcare, like many other fields, is an increasingly collaborative industry, with most organisations looking outside their internal silos for new ideas, innovations, and expertise. Read more

Cortical control of balance in ageing and Parkinson’s disease (PD) using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) (REF: RDF22/HLS/SER/MORRIS)

Mobility deficits such as balance and gait impairments are cardinal features of Parkinson’s disease (PD). Balance is reliant on cortical control particularly in older adults and PD, where there is increased dependence on cortical control for balance due to underlying motor deficits. Read more

Improving the evaluation of fluid intake and hydration status in independently living older adults: a mixed-methods approach

Hydration status throughout life is now emerging as an important factor that can impact upon healthy ageing and quality of life. Older adults are more susceptible to dehydration due to physiological and behavioural changes that occur with age (Mentes 2006). Read more
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