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The nursing profession: contemporary challenges


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Dr A Stroleny No more applications being accepted Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

MPhil/PhD Scholarship
(Ref:) VCS-BUS-03-20
Faculty of Business, Centre for Research on Employment and Work (CREW),
Human Resources & Organisational Behaviour Department
Greenwich Maritime Campus

The current global pandemic has shed a fresh light on the importance and challenges for healthcare systems and professional staff who work within them. Nurses comprise the largest sector of the health care workforce with this workforce facing key ongoing challenges, including those related to training, recruitment and retention, staff turnover, staff shortages, work intensification and stress, the recruitment and registration/ validation of overseas nurses, discrimination and bullying (The Health Foundation, The King's Fund and the Nuffield Trust, 2018). These problems are not confined to the UK nursing workforce and are common across many countries.

We are seeking a fully-funded PhD student (3 years) to develop and conduct a program of research related to one of current challenges facing the nursing workforce. The project may include cross -national comparisons.

For further information please contact the supervisor: Dr Alexandra Stroleny, [Email Address Removed]

Applicants
Please read this information before making an application. Applications need to be made online via https://www.gre.ac.uk/research/study/apply/application-process. No other form of application will be considered.

All applications must include the following information. Applications not containing these documents will not be considered.

• Scholarship Reference Number (Ref) – included in the personal statement section together with your personal statement as to why you are applying

• a research proposal *

• a CV including 2 referees *

• academic qualification certificates/transcripts and IELTs/English Language certificate if you are an international applicant or if English is not your first language or you are from a country where English is not the majority spoken language as defined by the UK Border Agency *

*upload to the qualification section of the application form. Attachments need to be in PDF format.

The closing date for applications is midnight (UTC) on Thursday 17 December 2020

The scholarship must commence before 1 March 2021.

Funding Notes

Bursary available (subject to satisfactory performance):
Year 1: £15,285 Year 2: In line with RCUK rate Year 3: In line with RCUK rate

The successful candidate will receive a contribution to tuition fees equivalent to the university’s Home/EU rate, currently £4,407, for the duration of their scholarship. International applicants will need to pay the remainder tuition fee, currently £9,593, for the duration of their scholarship. This fee is subject to an annual increase. Scholarships are available for three years, full-time study from the date scholars first register as an MPhil/PhD student with the university. Applicants must meet the programme entry requirements.

For additional information about the scholarship please go to: https://www.gre.ac.uk/research/study/research-studentships-and-scholarships
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