University of Liverpool recruiting for a research student for a four year period – Deadline 5pm, 5th February 2018


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
Contact For further information about:

  1. the studentship in general please contact Dr Pippa Hunter-Jones ([email protected])
  2. the collaborator please contact Steve Flatt ([email protected])
  3. or life as a Case Student please contact Katie Neary or Lauren Sinton ([email protected]  or [email protected])


Further particulars including how to apply can be found at:



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