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New opportunity for fully funded PhD

We have an exciting opportunity for a new full-time PhD studentship -funded by Health Education England, which builds on several large scale projects implementing self-management support across rehabilitation pathways and services.

The PhD project will be managed and supported by Professors Fiona Jones and Annette Boaz who jointly run the Improvement and Implementation Research Group within the Centre for Health and Social Care Science. Based in the Joint Faculty at St  Georges University of London and registered at Kingston University – the research will aim to investigate factors which have influenced spread and sustainability of an existing evidence based intervention for supporting self-management (Bridges) for patients with stroke and neurological conditions in England.

UK registration fees, London stipend and support for conference attendance included.

If interested please send a CV and personal statement about suitability for completion of a PhD in this field to Professor Jones f.jones@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

This PhD is suitable for someone with an MSc in applied health or social science.  

Closing date – Friday 7th February 2020 5pm

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