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We have 47 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professions PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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HARP PhD Programme

Health Advances in Underrepresented Populations and Diseases. HARP is an exciting new PhD Programme for all health professionals based in London’s vibrant East End. Read more

Realising the potential of place-based arts/health interventions. (Ref: RDF22/HLS/SWECW/ROBSON)

This studentship provides an exciting opportunity to identify, engage with, and respond to the challenges of developing arts/health activity with communities that experience significant health inequalities. 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

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

Developing a Psychological Model of Recovery from Postpartum Psychosis

Postpartum psychosis (PP) is a severe but treatable form of mental illness that can happen to women after having a baby. PP affects approximately 2 mothers per 1000 deliveries and occurs very rapidly in the days or weeks following birth. Read more

Developing a Psychological Model of Recovery from Postpartum Psychosis

Postpartum psychosis (PP) is a severe but treatable form of mental illness that can happen to women after having a baby. PP affects approximately 2 mothers per 1000 deliveries and occurs very rapidly in the days or weeks following birth. 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

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