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Health Sciences PhD Research Projects in the UK

We have 72 Health Sciences PhD Research Projects in the UK

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We have 72 Health Sciences PhD Research Projects in the UK

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Physical activity and symptom tracking in Multiple Sclerosis: Use of mobile technology (PHDHLS2122010)

Environment and finances. Based at our award-winning, state-of-the-art Lanarkshire campus, the Institute of Clinical Exercise and Health Science at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) is looking to appoint a PhD candidate to join its vibrant PhD community. Read more

Applied AI in Healthcare

Overview. The aim is to create a successful Artificial Intelligence (AI) implementation and, through that, gain a better understanding of what makes a successful AI implementation in the relevant healthcare problem area. Read more

Maximising patient portal engagement in older people

Patient portals consist of a website that links to a patient’s medical records and provides access to information and functionality such as test results, appointment bookings, repeat prescriptions and secure messaging with healthcare professionals. Read more

Detecting subtle but clinically significant cognitive change in an ageing population

A major challenge facing dementia research is identifying the earliest indicators of clinically-significant cognitive decline. This research project will be linked to the newly established Memory Assessment & Cognitive Ageing Research Unit (MACARU), led by the primary supervisor. Read more
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Biophotonics and probabilistic machine learning for the diagnosis and monitoring of neurological diseases

Improving outcomes in neurological conditions is impaired by limitations in diagnosis and monitoring. Optimising the diagnostic pathway can improve care through earlier treatment, while improved monitoring of the patient’s condition can enable clinicians to be proactive, rather than reactive, in their care. Read more

Healthcare Degrees: What are the key drivers and influencers in choosing a healthcare career?

  Research Group: Education Innovation Research and Development
This project will investigate the current factors that influence applicants’ decisions to study for a healthcare degree and pursue a vocational career. Read more

An assessment of professional burnout within the pharmacist profession: A comparative study of Kuwait and the UK

  Research Group: Medicines Optimisation
Depression or nervous breakdown were originally used to express professional exhaustion resulted from stress until the 1970s when Freudenberger introduced burnout as a clinical complex to replace those terms (Felton, 1998). Read more

Responsible AI for Health and Social Care

The increasing adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies that could impact humanity raises increasing concerns from general public, industry and regulatory bodies. Read more

KESS2 Scholarship (MRes): Exploring community-based social care at night: the Night Owls project

This project presents an exciting opportunity to complete a fully funded, full-time, one-year Masters by Research qualification. Interviews will be held between the 22nd and 28th of February. Read more

Increasing representation of under-served groups in randomised oncology trials

Background. Appropriate representation of potentially underserved populations is required in clinical trials if we are to ensure that the opportunity for early access to novel treatment options is equitable and results are generalisable to all people affected with the condition. Read more

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