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We have 73 Health Psychology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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Health Psychology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 73 Health Psychology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

Investigating a novel exercise intervention in peripheral artery disease

This funded PhD project will be based in the Vascular Physiology Laboratory within the School of Biomedical Sciences. It aims to investigate a novel exercise intervention to improve vascular and functional outcomes in patients with peripheral artery disease. Read more

Psychological intervention, cognitive training, functional rehabilitation and well-being in clinical populations with brain degeneration

The concept of human well-being is a fundamental aspect of our existence and is often particularly vulnerable upon diagnosis and/or progression of long-term neurological conditions for which there is no cure, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s disease. Read more

BRC Hearing Theme Tinnitus and Hyperacusis projects

The BRC Hearing Theme team at University of Nottingham are inviting suitably qualified and highly motivated applicants to complete a PhD Studentship choosing from the two project options. Read more
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Decluttering primary care in England to improve patient safety

Reducing the provision of low-value interventions that expose patients to unnecessary risk of harm, both directly, and indirectly, is key to promoting patient safety and reducing healthcare costs. Read more

Impact of Children’s Auditory Technology PhD Studentship

Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD studentship to study the impact of children’s auditory technology on communication in a naturalistic listening environment. Read more

An investigation of the neural basis of changes in tactile acuity during healthy ageing and its impact on emotional wellbeing

The sense of touch refers to the perception of tactile stimuli through specialised receptors called mechanoreceptors. During tactile exploration, humans typically use their hands, which are densely innervated by these mechanoreceptors. Read more

Shared decision making and psychosis – whose voice counts in the conversations about stopping or reducing antipsychotic medication

Prescribing antipsychotics has increased steadily in England over the last decade. For serious mental health conditions like schizophrenia, they are prescribed with the view of keeping the patient on them indefinitely. Read more

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