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Higher Education PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 22 Higher Education PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

Gendered perspectives of data science

This is an open call for research proposals related to gendered perspectives of data science. Diversity is vital to data science, given its crucial role in understanding the world, communicating information, and guiding behaviour. Read more

School grounds as an untapped source of biodiversity

School grounds are an untapped source of biodiversity across the UK. However, to date, little has been done to assess the state of the fauna in school grounds and how this may be improved by the pupils. Read more

How might we best support dyslexic medical students and foundation doctors in safe and effective prescribing?

Background. Foundation doctors are responsible for most of the prescribing of medicines in the acute care setting in the United Kingdom, and unsurprisingly they also have the highest prescribing error rate in comparison to more experienced prescribers. Read more

PhDs in Education

Our research aims to improve policy and practice in education locally, regionally and internationally. We invite applications for research study in any of our research strengths:  . Read more

Postgraduate Research Opportunities in Education

About the School of Education. The School of Education is recognised as one of the very best in the UK for its research and teaching excellence, with 81% of our research deemed 'world-leading' and 'internationally excellent' by the Research Excellence Framework in 2021. Read more

Exploring innovative clinical teaching strategies and their implementation through the use of technology enhanced leaning: A case study of two medical schools, in Dundee and Iraq

Clinical teaching is one of the crucial components in the realm of medical education. It helps students to fill their knowledge gaps between theoretical foundation and practical training (Chapman & Clegg, 2007; Crane, 1991), linking theory to practice. Read more

The impact of social media networking on early career researchers’ wellbeing

Early career researchers’ wellbeing has been addressed by several studies, in terms of what factors could impact their wellbeing, what favoured elements could be present in their work environment to promote their academic progress. Read more

Investigating the influence of individual culture and cultural competence in developing and applying clinical reasoning skills among junior medical doctors

Clinical reasoning skills are at the heart of the effective functioning of medical practitioners. They are not only essential for delivering high-quality patient care but also integral to all aspects of a doctor's daily work. Read more

Visualising the longitudinal themes in a medical degree

This PhD would explore education design and curriculum design to identify optimal ways to visualise and present the longitudinal strands of a 5 year medical curriculum. Read more

Developing new methods of assessing non-clinical topics in medical education

Medical education is increasingly moving into a competency-based model, where the emphasis on fact learning has decreased, and learners are required to demonstrate understanding of concepts beyond core science and pathophysiology. Read more

Examining Adaptations in Case Study Development to Enhance Participant Centred Learning in Management Education

The University places a significant value on collaboration in learning and Worcester Business School, like other schools across the University, has built its strong reputation as a learning community invested in management education, on the delivery of opportunities for learning through collaboration and participation, working and co-creating with students. Read more

Exploring cultural and structural factors that support equity, diversity, inclusion and respect in medical schools.

There is growing recognition of the importance of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Respect (EDIR) issues captured formally in medical schools by the requirements of the Athena SWAN award, Stonewall and the Race Equality Charter. Read more

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