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  A mixed methods approach to exploring individual, organisational and environmental factors influencing the decision making process of pregnant women considering a vaginal birth after caesarean section
  Dr S Way, Dr L Farquharson
Application Deadline: 2 June 2019

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Used appropriately, caesarean section (CS) can be lifesaving; however it is also associated with increased morbidity.
  PhD Studentship (Health Economics) – Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Targeting Weight Management Interventions in Pregnancy using Risk Prediction Models
  Dr N Heslehurst, Prof L Vale
Application Deadline: 17 June 2019

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Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. October 2019 for 3 years. Overview.
  Neuro-biomechanics of movement recovery (PomeroyVU18SF)
  Prof Valerie Pomeroy
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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The 3-year research investigation for this studentship will focus on advancing knowledge of the neuro-biomechanical mechanisms of movement recovery after stroke.
  School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research

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The School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (SSPSSR) at Kent is one of the leading and largest research centres for social science in the UK and Europe.
  Patterns and predictors of mortality during and after opiate substitution treatment in primary care
  Prof D Ashcroft, Prof R Webb, Dr M Carr, Prof T Millar
Application Deadline: 25 May 2019

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Hypothesis. There may be varying individual-level clinical and sociodemographic factors, area-level socioeconomic patterns, and temporal trends in risks for natural and unnatural causes of death in patients receiving opiate substitution treatment across the UK that may provide important novel insights into prevention.
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