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Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professions PhD Projects in Birmingham

We have 4 Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professions PhD Projects in Birmingham

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  Promoting positive parenting: Evaluating the impact of ‘kitbag’ tools and strategies to promote maternal and child mental health in diverse settings.
  Dr M Clark
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are invited for a 3-year full time or 5 year part time /self-funded PhD Studentship starting February 2019. Maternal and child mental health is a global public health priority (WHO 2013, WHO 2018).
  Understanding how illness narratives in individuals with chronic neurological disease can become more active by looking at their illness narrative master plots and establishing the psychology which enables this
  Dr A Soundy, Dr S Rosewilliam
Applications accepted all year round
Recent advances in rehabilitation for people with neurological disease have identified the role of illness narratives. My current work has considered master plots of people with neurological conditions.
  Personalised rehabilitation for musculoskeletal and spinal pain
  Dr A Rushton, Prof D Falla, Dr N Heneghan
Applications accepted all year round
Our PhD students are an active part of our Centre of Precision Rehabilitation for Spinal Pain (CPR Spine). CPR Spine was established at the University of Birmingham in 2016 following a ~£1M investment awarded to Professor Falla and Dr Rushton.
  Improving the operationalisation of treatment withdrawal in ICUs
  Dr N Efstathiou, Dr A Hewison
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Withdrawal of treatment is a common event in Intensive Care Units (ICU) globally when critically ill patients do not respond to treatment and further interventions are considered futile (Mark et al., 2015).
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