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  Do rural-dwellers experience cancer symptoms differently? A mixed methods PhD project using the USEFUL a community-based cohort assessing prevalence and response to potential cancer symptoms)
  Prof P Murchie, Dr J Allan, Dr R Vieira
Application Deadline: 13 March 2020

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1. Background to the project. Scottish people living further from key healthcare facilities have less chance of prompt cancer diagnosis and poorer cancer survival than those living closer-by[1].
  MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit - Complexity in Health programme

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Our Complexity in Health programme develops and applies research methods that are designed for understanding the variety of interdependent factors that shape the impact of interventions and policies that aim to improve health and to reduce health inequalities.
  The effectiveness of nurture groups for secondary school pupils
  Dr C Lennox, Dr Sandra Flynn
Applications accepted all year round

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Children with emotional difficulties often experience problems at school, especially around academic progress and within peer relationships.
  Understanding factors that influence behaviour change talk in routine dental care to prevent oral health problems in young children
  Dr S Peters, Dr J Goldthorpe
Applications accepted all year round

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Dental decay is a preventable disease that impacts significantly on children’s development and wellbeing. Tooth extraction due to decayed teeth is the number one reason for hospital admission in young children and in Greater Manchester, a 1/3 of children have dental decay by the time they start school.
  Augmenting Stroke-Focused Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (ASCOT) (BroomfieldNU19SF)
  Prof N Broomfield, Dr F Gracey, Prof Valerie Pomeroy
Application Deadline: 31 May 2020

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One third of stroke survivors develop Post-Stroke Depression (PSD), one quarter post-stroke anxiety (PSA) yet few effective psychological interventions exist.
  Understanding and measuring resilience living with rare diseases
  Dr F Ulph, Dr R MacLeod
Applications accepted all year round

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Research into the psychological impact of illness has highlighted the importance of resilience, which has driven an interest in developing interventions to support this.
  Improving care and support for psychological morbidity in patients with advanced COPD and their informal carers (FarquharMU19SF)
  Dr M Farquhar, Dr J Cross
Application Deadline: 31 May 2020

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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common chronic respiratory condition with high symptom-burden, slow relentless progressive impact, substantial informal carer-burden and high service use.
  How do we achieve routine alcohol screening in inpatient mental health settings? (KhadjesariZU19SF)
  Dr Z Khadjesari, Prof K Sanderson
Application Deadline: 31 May 2020

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Background. Improving the physical health of people with mental illness is a priority for the NHS. Compared with the general population, alcohol consumption among people with a mental illness is three times higher, yet people with mental illness have comparatively limited access to physical healthcare services.
  Developing a new self-harm assessment tool for autistic adults with and without mild intellectual disability
  Dr S Cassidy
Application Deadline: 2 March 2020

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The Midlands Graduate School is an accredited Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP).
  The role of sex hormones and brain activity in risk-taking and antisocial behaviour in adolescence
  Dr R Rowe, Dr L Levita
Applications accepted all year round

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While there are a number of reasons to hypothesise that circulating testosterone performs an important role in many risky behaviours, the findings of empirical studies remain unclear.
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