Improving access to injury care in low and middle income countries

   Institute of Applied Health Research

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  Prof Justine Davies  No more applications being accepted  Funded PhD Project (UK Students Only)

About the Project

We have an opportunity for an enthusiastic and talented PhD student to join our UK team which looks at equitable access to care after injury in LMICs.

We have multiple projects in this field including the NIHR funded Equi Injury Equi-injury - University of Birmingham  and Rwanda912 programs Rwanda912 - University of Birmingham

The successful candidate will be expected to deliver work related to these programs and develop their own ideas related to injury research.

They will be supported by a strong international team of interdisciplinary scientists whose aim is to improve healthcare, globally.

Previous research experience – quantitative and/or qualitative skills – are necessary.

Previous publications would be considered a strength

Person Specification

Applicants should have a strong background in Global Health. They should have a commitment to [provide] research and hold a UK Upper Second Class Honours Medical Degree or Other Healthcare related MSC . 

How to apply

Applications should be directed to Dr A. Enocson at

To apply, please send:

·        A Detailed CV, including your nationality and country of birth;

·        Names and addresses of two referees;

·        A covering letter highlighting your research experience/capabilities.

·        Copies of your degree transcripts;

·        Evidence of your proficiency in the English language, if applicable.

Applicants will be required to attend an interview. This can be conducted face –to –face, by telephone, or online

Funding Notes

This PhD placement includes all Tuition, Field Fees and a Stipend.
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