An exciting opportunity to be involved in developing inclusive understandings of health and social care through the involvement of communities through the collection and implementation of high-quality research evidence
PhD studentship funded by the National Institute for Health Research Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) East of England
Location: University of Essex, Colchester Campus
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students
Funding amount: A full Home/EU fee waiver or equivalent fee discount for overseas students (£5,103 in 2020-21) further fee details - international students will need to pay the balance of their fees) plus a doctoral stipend equivalent to the RCUK Minimum Doctoral Stipend (£15,285 in 2020-21).
New Application deadline: 17 July 2020
Start date: October 2020
Duration: 3 years (full time)
The studentship will be offered to an outstanding early stage researcher to conduct applied research into aspects of inclusive involvement in health and social care research. The PhD topic may consider issues of diverse experiential knowledges in involvement and participation, participative methodologies or other topics such as barriers and opportunities for service user involvement.