We are seeking PhD applicants with the skills and enthusiasm to undertake demonstrating with our Sports and Exercise Sciences undergraduate cohorts. The successful candidate will undertake 120-250 hours of teaching per year alongside their PhD research. You should hold (or be expecting) at least a UK upper second class honours, in a relevant discipline and should also have an interest in teaching.
The studentship is open to UK or EU candidates and will provide fees at UK/EU level plus a stipend of £14,777 for 4 years (subject to progress).
Burke, S., McDowall, M., Belchamber, C., & Utley, A. Physical activity in hospice care: A social ecological perspective to inform
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Burke, S., Wurz, A., Bradshaw, A., Saunders, S., West, M.A., Brunet, J (2017). Physical activity and quality of life in cancer
survivors: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research. Cancers, 9(5).
Brunet J., Burke S., Grocott M.P.W., West M.A., & Jack S. (2017). The effects of exercise on pain, fatigue, insomnia, and
health perceptions in patients with operable advanced stage rectal cancer prior to surgery: a pilot trial. BMC Cancer, 17, 153.
Ziegler LE, Craigs CL, West RM, Carder P, Hurlow A, Millares- Martin P, Hall G, Bennett MI. 2018. Is palliative care support
associated with better quality end-of-life care indicators for patients with advanced cancer? A retrospective cohort study. BMJ
FTE Category A staff submitted: 12.50
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