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DPhil Students, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences
DPhil Students, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences

DPhil studentship: tele-health and self-management of long-term conditions


Supervisors: Prof Andrew Farmer and Dr Veronika Williams

Applications are invited from individuals with a health science or related background (including psychology, nursing, physiotherapy, medical sociology) to undertake a DPhil linked to an interdisciplinary programme of work on self-monitoring and self-management of long term conditions, with a current focus on COPD.

Experience of using qualitative methods would be of advantage. Early discussion with the academic lead, Professor Andrew Farmer and co-supervisor Dr Veronika Williams is advised. A stipend will be provided to the successful applicant along with payment of college and university fees. Students must be defined as "home" for fee purposes to be eligible to apply for this award. This award is linked to Green Templeton College.

Please apply ONLINE for this studentship.  On page 6, “Departmental Studentship Applications” insert the following reference code:- BZ/CLARHC/MT14

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