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Public Health & Epidemiology PhD Projects in Bristol

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  Affordability: an exploration of the missing criterion in health system decision making
  Prof J Coast, Ms S Cleary, Prof W Hollingworth, Mr J Ataguba
Application Deadline: 15 May 2019
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and talented PhD student to work with Susan Cleary and John Ataguba at the University of Cape Town and Joanna Coast and Will Hollingworth at the University of Bristol.
  Wearable Robotics for Healthcare
  Dr A Tzemanaki
Applications accepted all year round
Type of award. PhD Research Studentship. Department. Mechanical Engineering. Scholarship. Minimum £14,777 - £15,009 p.a. Duration.
  PhD in Applied and Computational Causal Epidemiology: Exploring the landscape of causal effects across the phenome and the life-course
  Dr L Millard, Prof D Lawlor, Dr A Skinner, Prof K Tilling
Application Deadline: 1 May 2019
We are offering an exciting PhD opportunity for candidates interested in developing and applying innovative causal methods to improve health outcomes.
  A Comparative Study of Cycling Cultures: Bristol-Bordeaux - MScR in Global Environmental Challenges
  Prof M Hurcombe
Application Deadline: 1 August 2019
About the Project. Both Bristol and Bordeaux market themselves as cycling cities. Yet, while Bordeaux is often cited as one of the top European cities in which to cycle, Bristol faces challenges of infrastructure and roads crowded with motorised, polluting vehicles.
  Using genetics to explore patterns of change in weight and height during key life course periods on subsequent health outcomes
  Prof D Lawlor, Prof K Tilling, Dr N Warrington
Application Deadline: 1 May 2019
3/4-year PhD starting in October 2019. Closing date. 5pm, 1st May 2019. We are offering an exciting PhD opportunity for candidates interested in using innovative statistical methods to investigate the causal role of pubertal growth on health outcomes in adulthood.
  Investigating the unintended consequences of providing general practice patients with access to their online medical records.
  Dr G Lasseter, Dr J Horwood, Prof G Feder
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Partial patient online access to medical records is already offered by most general practices in England.
  Can a virus alert system for use in primary care be developed using routinely available respiratory virus data?
  Prof A Hay
Applications accepted all year round
Improving antibiotic stewardship is an international priority. Over 75% of all health service antibiotics are prescribed by GPs and nurses in primary care.
  Predicting direction and magnitude of bias in clinical trials
  Dr J Savovic, Dr H Jones
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Although teams conducting randomised controlled trials (RCTs) aim to minimise bias, some desirable features can be challenging to ensure in practice.
  Understanding antibiotic prescribing in out-of-hours primary care
  Dr R Barnes
Applications accepted all year round
The overuse and misuse of antibiotics in primary care is an increasing national and global concern due to the increasing risk of antimicrobial resistance (when bacteria becomes resistant to treatments leading to increased risks of illness lasting longer, increased symptom severity and even death).
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