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  The Institute for Health Research


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About the Programme

The PhD School in The Institute for Health Research (IHR – is a lively community comprising of a wealth of interests, mainly in applied health research but also in global public health, epidemiology, nursing, midwifery, psychology and related disciplines. Currently, our staff and research students come from more than 15 countries to create a strong, global research community. Our aim is to provide a liberal and dynamic environment for research students to explore their interests and evolve into becoming the next leaders in health research.

In close collaboration not only with our staff but also with the cohort of our research students, we developed a discipline-specific programme for Personal and Professional Development. Via this programme, our research students receive outstanding training throughout the course of their studies, and as active members of the Institute for Health Research are invited to relevant meetings, seminars and discussions. Our graduates continue their careers in leading Universities such as UCL, University of Cambridge, King's College also in Public Health England; European Commission affiliates; local government; commissioning agencies; the industry and others.

We welcome PhD applications addressing topical and/or long-standing questions in public health in the UK and globally. Of particular interest are topics on the management and prevention of chronic and acute conditions, diversity in Health, integrated care, organ donation and health services research.

Funding Notes

The PhD opportunities on this programme do not have funding attached. You will need to have your own means of paying fees and living costs and / or seek separate funding from student finance, charities or trusts.
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