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Better outcomes in motor neuron disease– NIHR funded clinical and non-clinical doctoral studentships

The specialist Sheffield MND Care and Research Centre at the Sheffield Institute of Translational Neuroscience (SITraN), University of Sheffield is leading the drive to develop and implement new technologies to improve the care for patients with motor neuron disease (MND). Read more

Antipsychotic withdrawal – mapping support mechanisms and outcome predictors through lived experiences

Prescribing antipsychotics has increased steadily in England over the last decade. For serious mental health conditions like schizophrenia, they are prescribed with the view of keeping the patient on them indefinitely. Read more
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Computer Vision for Ambient Assisted Living

Applications are invited for a three year full-time (or up to six year part-time) PhD to commence in October 2023. The PhD will be based in the School of Computing and will be supervised by . Read more
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Edge Computing for Ambient Assisted Living

Applications are invited for a three year full-time (or up to six year part-time) PhD to commence in October 2023. The PhD will be based in the School of Computing and will be supervised by. Read more
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Data fusion and multimodal learning for Ambient Assisted Living

Applications are invited for a three year full-time (or up to six year part-time) PhD to commence in October 2023. The PhD will be based in the School of Computing and will be supervised by. Read more
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Ambient Assisted Living Technologies

Applications are invited for a three year full-time (or up to six year part-time) PhD to commence in October 2023. The PhD will be based in the School of Computing and will be supervised by. Read more
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Best practice on synthetic data generation and reusable code

Applications are invited for a three year full-time (or up to six year part-time) PhD to commence in October 2023. The PhD will be based in the School of Computing and will be supervised by. Read more
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Social Work - funded postgraduate research opportunity

The social work group in the Centre for Social policy (CSP), a key component of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to excellence in research that develops knowledge about social work and that can be applied to advance the quality of professional practice for the benefit of people that use social work, in the region, nationally and internationally. Read more
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Health Policy and Governance - funded postgraduate research opportunity

Health policy and governance research includes comparative and international health studies, studies of the health policy making and implementation process and public health policy (especially multi-sectoral and multi-organisational collaboration to address health inequalities). Read more
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Social Policy - funded postgraduate research opportunity

Research in Social Policy at Keele extends across the life course, from early childhood to older age. There is a particular focus on inter-disciplinary approaches to understanding major issues affecting society, locating these in the context of the economic and social changes associated with globalization. Read more

Prescribing, medicine access and medicines use in community-based palliative care

Community medical and nursing teams are increasingly called upon to deliver palliative and end-of-life care to terminally ill people living in their own homes and in long-term care settings such as nursing homes. Patients and carers may experience problems in medicines access, and processes can be lengthy and burdensome. Read more

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