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Doctoral fellowship (fully funded) CLAHRC EoE Dementia, Frailty and End of Life Care Theme

 

Application deadline: midnight Sunday 1st March 2015

The Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care East of England (CLAHRC EoE) are seeking applications to undertake full-time doctoral study in the field of dementia, frailty and end of life care. These are amongst the greatest health challenges for health services and there is an urgent need to develop research leaders to build the evidence base that underpins the provision in care in these areas.

The successful applicant will receive doctoral study fees (UK/EU) and maintenance full-time for three years starting in October 2015. Projects may be based in University of Cambridge or University of Hertfordshire or University of East Anglia. The successful applicants can expect first class academic supervision and mentoring as well as a programme of formal training in research skills, leadership and project management. 

For more information please see here

Events

AgeNet Seminar on Frailty 

 

1.00pm - 4.00pm 25th March 2015

 

To celebrate their 50th Anniversary year in 2015, Lucy Cavendish College are running a series of events from outstanding women of achievement, including Harriet Lamb, CEO of Fairtrade International; Ceri Goddard, Director of Gender at the Young Foundation; and Hazel Thompson, a multi-award winning photojournalist with a passion for human rights.
 

For more information please see here


 

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PhD Opportunity in the Enduring Disability and / or Disadvantage Theme, CLAHRC EoE
 
Application deadline: 16th February 2015

 
Applications are invited for a fully funded 3 year PhD studentship, starting in October, 2015. The successful student will be part of the Enduring Disabilities and/or Disadvantage (EDD) Theme of the CLAHRC: which focusses on research relevant to the needs of children and adults with intellectual disabilities and others who are at risk of mental and/or physical health inequalities.

The range of expertise within the EDD Theme means that there are a number of possible projects that could be developed, involving quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods, and based at, and supervised by, senior academic and clinical academic staff at any of the three participating Universities.
 

For more information and how to apply see here.

Doctoral Fellowships (fully funded) for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals working in Dementia Care  - Applications open

 

Application deadline: 5pm Thursday 2nd April 2015

The Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care East of England (CLAHRC EoE) are seeking applications from nurses and allied health professionals to undertake full-time doctoral study in the field of dementia care. Dementia represents one of the greatest health challenges for health services and there is a need to develop research leaders to build the evidence base that underpins the provision of dementia care.

For more information please see here

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