We have 65 Nursing & Health PhD Research Projects for Non-European Students

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Nursing & Health PhD Research Projects for Non-European Students

We have 65 Nursing & Health PhD Research Projects for Non-European Students

Artificial Empathy

Empathic healthcare improves patient quality of life and satisfaction with their care while reducing their pain.1,2 Higher levels of practitioner empathy… Read more

Climate justice and indigenous knowledge to support climate change public policies

  Research Group: The Urban Institute
This PhD scholarship focuses on how we can integrate the knowledge of indigenous communities to address key climate challenges. Indigenous co-design studies are centered on challenging Western-centric worldviews, power structures, and conceptions of time, valuing the knowledge and expertise of indigenous communities. Read more

Using lipid nano-particles to study G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs).

This exciting PhD project in the laboratory of Professor Mark Wheatley, Professor of Biochemical Pharmacology is a joint PhD between Coventry University and Stellenbosch University with the student being registered for a PhD at both universities. Read more

PhD studentship: Addressing challenges in investigating causal relationships between environment and healthy ageing

Award Summary. 100% of home tuition fees paid and annual living expenses at UKRI rate, currently £18,622 per year. A research training support grant of £5000 per year is available to cover research costs (e.g. Read more

Computational simulation of nanomedicine for coronary microvascular disease

This is a four year collaborative studentship which requires the candidate to spend two full years based at Coventry University (UK) and two years based at A*STAR Research Institute (Singapore). Read more

Enhancing Healthcare Applications Through Cost-effective AI Solutions

This is a four year collaborative studentship which requires the candidate to spend two full years based at Coventry University (UK) and two years based at A*STAR Research Institute (Singapore). Read more

Attributing the health and wellbeing impacts of extreme weather to climate change

Extreme weather events such as heatwaves and intense flooding are occurring more frequently in a warming climate. From direct mortality to long-term mental ill health, they affect human health and wellbeing in many ways. Read more

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