About the Project
The PhD proposal builds upon current research into the epidemiology of IGR. It supports the work of the Public Health research group at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Univerisity of Stirling, which has already carried out preliminary work to demonstrate the feasibility of giving people with IGR a blood glucose meter to help with learning and behaviour change.
It is expected that the student will use participatory methods to elicit user feedback about the intervention. They will then conduct a feasibility study of the intervention using mixed-methods. This project would therefore provide an excellent vehicle for a PhD student to receive extensive training in a range of research methods and techniques.
Further information relating to fees and funding can be found here: View Website
To be eligible for this studentship, you should have:
• A 1st or 2:1 degree in a Health/Social Science/Statistics subject.
• A Masters degree in a relevant topic area (e.g. public health, statistics, sociology) including research methods modules as part of the course.
• Where applicable, an overall IELTS of 6.5, with a minimum of 6.0 in each element.
• An interest in diabetes and health.
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