About the Project
The project will quantify the current and likely future costs of climate change on human health and wellbeing in the Republic of Ireland. The direct costs, comprising all those incurred (e.g. healthcare infrastructure, staff costs, etc.) in treating a physical and/or mental health condition, will be assessed using Time Driven Activity Based Costing. The overarching goal is to provide a bottom line for climate change associated health/wellbeing impacts to allow for cost/benefit analyses and research-led governmental budget allocation and policy formation.
Tuition fee and materials expenses are covered
Primary Degree, 2.1 / Upper Second Class Honours or higher in relevant area.
Candidates completing their undergraduate in 2021 are eligible to apply.
Desirable: Experience of Qualitative and Quantitative data collection and analysis (such as conducting interviews, cost benefit analysis); Experience of academic writing (such as dissertation/thesis).
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