Working Conversations: What would an effective mental health service look like?
We are recruiting to the team…
Christmas brought a lovely present to the project – we won a prestigious Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) PhD CASE Studentship competition enabling us to take on a research student for a four year period.
The successful candidate will complete an MRes in their first year, followed by a three year PhD programme. They will be directly involved in contributing to the evidence-base underpinning this project. They will be based within the University of Liverpool Management School, spending time also on-site with our collaborator, The Psychological Therapies Unit.
- 1+3 Award (MRes + PhD)
- September 2018 entry
- Post Reference: PHD-BLPRULMS-Case Studentship Award-2018
- Closing date: 17:00, Monday 5th February 2018
|Host Institution||University of Liverpool|
|School||University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS)|
|Supervisors||Director of Studies: Dr Pippa Hunter-Jones (ULMS)
Co-Supervisors: Professor Anthony Patterson (ULMS)
Professor Judy Zolkiewski (Alliance Manchester Business School)
Mr Steve Flatt (The Psychological Therapies Unit)
|Application deadline||17.00 Monday 5th February 2018|
|Funding Availability||Funding will cover full fees (only at Home/EU rate) and a stipend of £14,553 a year for up to four years.|
|Project Title||Effective mental health service ecosystems: The role of collaborative professional networks|
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