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University of Manchester Public Health & Epidemiology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 10 University of Manchester Public Health & Epidemiology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Deployment and evaluation of complex computerised interventions to enhance patient safety in primary care
  Dr N Peek, Dr B Brown, Dr S Cheraghi-Sohi
Applications accepted all year round
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. A formal application must be submitted to be considered. The Studentship is expected to commence from 1 October 2018 but a January 2019 start dates will be considered.
  Developing a questionnaire to assesses patients’ experiences of audiology services
  Prof K Munro, Prof C Armitage
Applications accepted all year round
There is growing interest in measuring patients’ experiences of clinical services. This can be used to measure quality, evaluate quality improvement initiatives and compare services.
  Encouraging retention in clinical trials (ERIC)
  Dr S Cotterill, Dr S Peters, Prof A Vail
Applications accepted all year round
Clinical trials often require longer term follow-up measures, collected months or years after completion of the intervention. Such trials struggle to retain participants, leading to.
  Evaluating new technologies for promotion of healthy active ageing: using smartphone apps and sensors to promote activity- acceptability and adherence measurement?
  Prof C Todd, Dr E Boulton, Dr H Hague
Applications accepted all year round
Health apps, and wearable technologies such as smartwatches and other body worn sensors connected to smartphones or other recording and transmitting systems, are becoming increasingly common.
  Genomic analysis of antibiotic resistance in Neisseria meningitidis
  Prof J McInerney, Prof J P Derrick
Applications accepted all year round
Neisseria meningitidis (the meningococcus) is a leading global cause of meningitis and septicaemia. With the exception of the sulphonamides, high-level antimicrobial resistance is rare in meningococci.
  Identifying and quantifying the relative importance that patients attach to the outcomes of safe prescribing in primary care
  Prof R Elliott, Prof K Payne
Applications accepted all year round
There are over 1.8 million serious prescribing errors in English general practices each year and hazardous prescribing is associated with substantial healthcare costs, reduced quality of life and increased risk of mortality.
  Improving the lives of older adults with hearing loss: Developing a self-report measure of effortful listening to guide clinical practice
  Dr A Heinrich, Prof K Munro, Dr R Millman
Applications accepted all year round
Hearing loss is the most prevalent sensory deficit. In the UK, more than 10 million adults have a hearing loss. Because it is often associated with old age and the size of the older population is growing, it is predicted that there will be more than 14 million people with a hearing loss by 2030.
  Investigating the incidence of falls and relationship to motor ability in autistic adults
  Dr E Gowen, Dr E Stanmore, Dr E Poliakoff
Applications accepted all year round
Autism is a life-long developmental condition that affects how a person communicates and interacts with people. In addition to these social symptoms, >70% of autistic individuals show signs of altered motor control such as less accurate eye-hand coordination, unstable balance and abnormal gait patterns.
  Patient-reported healing outcomes for venous leg ulcers
  Prof N Cullum, Dr J Dumville
Applications accepted all year round
Venous leg ulcers are a common, chronic and debilitating condition. For patients these open wounds, caused by venous hypertension, are painful, at risk of infection and limit health-related quality of life.
  (BBSRC DTP) Sharpening up protein NMR: ultra-high resolution experiments
  Prof M Nilsson, Dr A Golovanov, Prof GA Morris
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The project directly addresses the topic of technology development (i.e. new NMR experiments), as well as providing advanced training in the skills required to operate the latest NMR spectrometers at an expert level and to apply computational techniques to biological data.
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