PhD Studentship Community Engagement and Health Improvement Opportunity

Examining the lived reality of community engagement and active citizenship for individuals with intellectual disabilities

University of Glasgow

Start date: 3rd October 2016

An exciting PhD studentship around community engagement and health improvement has just been advertised. The studentship is funded at RCUK rates (£14,296 in 2016/17) with generous bench fees available to support training and conference attendance.The PhD cuts across social and health sciences so will provide excellent opportunities for the student to develop cutting-edge research skills relevant to the study of socio-ecological influences on the health and well-being of disadvantaged populations. Therefore, the studentship is particularly suited to applicants from social science backgrounds, such as anthropology, sociology, social policy and psychology.  Dr Lawson is based in the College of Social Sciences and Dr Melville in the College of Medicine, Veterinary and Life Sciences. The student will have access to postgraduate research training and environment in both colleges.

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