PhD Studentship: Understanding 'Dry Days' and Interventions to Increase Them at University of East Anglia. Start date: 1 Oct 2021 No. of positions available: 1 Supervisor: Dr Felix Naughton Project description: Over 10 million people in England drink at a harmful level.
PhD Programmes, Research Projects & Studentships in the UK & Europe. Research Assistant in Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit at University College London. University College London - Division of Psychology and Language Sciences Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology Applications are invited for a Research Assistant post in the Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit in the Research Department of Clinical Educational and Health Psychology at UCL ( The role will involve working on an NSPCC ESRC Research Grant: “Latent vulnerability, childhood maltreatment and mental health: Advancing theory and practice" held by Prof Eamon McCrory as primary investigator with Prof Essi Viding as a co-investigator.
Research Worker at King's College London. King's College London - Psychology / Psychology & System Sciences The salary will be paid at Grade 5: £28,098 to £32,548 per annum, plus £2,923 per annum London Allowance.
This post will be a Fixed Term Contract for 12 months An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced user-researcher in mental health. Research Assistant in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease at King's College London. King's College London - Public Health and Primary Care School of Population Sciences and Environmental Health The salary will be paid at Grade 5, £28,098 to £30,688 per annum, plus £2,923 per annum London Allowance pro rata This post will be a fixed term contract until 30 June 2020.
Senior Psychology Assistant at Cardiff University. Cardiff University - School of Medicine The National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH) (www.ncmh.info) is looking to recruit a Senior Psychology Assistant to conduct and oversee the assessment of research participants.
NCMH is a Welsh Government funded Research Centre, operated by Cardiff, Swansea and Bangor Universities, in collaboration with NHS Health Boards across Wales and NHS Trusts in England. NCMH recruits participants into a cohort via NHS services and from the general population. We obtain phenotypic information, as well as biological samples and link these to routine clinical NHS data. Our long-term vision is to improve diagnosis and to develop and evaluate ways of preventing the onset, and improving the treatment and management of mental disorders through a better understanding of their biological, psychological and social causes. Research Assistant (Fixed Term) at University of Cambridge. The Primary Care Unit The Behaviour and Health Research Unit (BHRU) is an established policy research unit specialising in behaviour and health.
Our research focuses on four sets of behaviours: alcohol consumption, diet, physical activity and smoking, which together contribute to most of the deaths worldwide that occur as a result of non-communicable diseases. Research Assistant (88173-028) at University of Warwick. Fixed Term Contract for 18 months.Part-time, one post for 18.25 hours per week (0.50 FTE) or two posts for 9.15 hours per week (0.25 FTE).
The post has been created for the research project PremLife (Life Course Dynamics after Preterm Birth – Protective Factors for Social and Educational Transitions, Health, and Prosperity) funded by the NORFACE – DIAL Programme. This is a position within a vibrant multidisciplinary and international research consortium focused on studying the health, well-being, and prosperity of preterm born babies across their life span. We aim to appoint someone to assist on the data management of the studies that are part of the PremLife project. Research Assistant (88183-028) at University of Warwick. Fixed Term Contract for 24 months.
Part-time, one post for 21.9 hours per week (0.60 FTE) or two posts for 10.95 hours per week (0.30 FTE). The post has been created for the Applied Health Psychology research project “Tobacco and Alcohol Prevention during Pregnancy and after Childbirth in Switzerland” funded by the Warwick Impact Fund (WIF). Research Assistant at University of Cambridge. The Primary Care Unit We seek an exceptional research assistant to join a new Wellcome-funded research programme on behaviour change.
The project is funded for four years starting in January 2018. The successful post-holder will work closely with the senior research team to help carry out an agreed programme of research across the collaborating institutions of the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol and the multitude of sites in which field studies will be conducted, including Melbourne (Australia), as well as England, Scotland and Wales. Research Support Officer at University of Sheffield. University of Sheffield - Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health - Department of Neuroscience Contract Type: Fixed term for 6 monthsWorking Pattern: Full timeFaculty: Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and HealthDepartment: Department of NeuroscienceSalary: Grade 5 £21,585 to £24,983 per annumClosing Date: 6 March 2018 Summary: Working with Professor Markus Reuber (Honorary Consultant Neurologist) you will support the delivery of a UK-wide evaluation of the efficacy and tolerability of the recently licenced antiepileptic drug brivataracetam in real life clinical settings with the aim of improving the care of patients with epilepsy.
Data will be collected from participating centre within the framework of a service evaluation based on the retrospective extraction of information from patients’ clinical records. PhD Studentship: Understanding the Cognitive Processes Driving Self-harm Behaviour at Imperial College London. Brain Sciences Division Stipend: £18,000 (inclusive of London allowance) per annum + Tuition Fees (Home/EU rate) for 3 years. We invite applications for an Imperial College funded PhD studentship on an exciting interdisciplinary project to investigate the neurocognitive basis of self-harm behaviour in young people.
Self-harm is defined as the “act of self-poisoning or self-injury, irrespective of the apparent purpose of the act”. Prevalence is common especially in adolescence, and the behaviour often resolves spontaneously over time. PhD Studentship: Drinking events – what are the best ways to collect data on how people drink? at University of Sheffield. Background: We typically use people’s average alcohol consumption to estimate alcohol-related risks and the effects of alcohol policies. However, there is increasing interest in what happens during drinking occasions, particularly where, when, with whom, and why people drink, and what else they are doing at the time, for example socialising or watching TV.
We also want to understand the different types of drinking occasions people have. The University of Sheffield’s Alcohol Research Group are developing several research projects to understand the characteristics of people’s alcohol drinking occasions and a key element of this is identifying the best ways to collect relevant data. ESRC White Rose DTP Collaborative Studentship: Experiential Learning to Establish Healthy Eating in Children and their Families at University of Leeds. University of Leeds - School of Psychology Session 2018-19 - Closing Date 17:00 (UK time) 9 March 2018 The online application form can be found at: PhD Studentship: Green Exercise Interventions to Improve Mental Health: Identifying Mechanisms of Change and Theoretical Underpinnings at University of Essex. The Faculty of Science and Health at the University of Essex invites applications for a fully funded three-year PhD studentship in an interdisciplinary field of research.
The candidate will receive £14,764 per year stipend, plus fees at the Home/EU rate for three years. Our Proficio scheme offers a generous budget of £2500 for research training and conference attendance. PhD Studentships available at Queen Margaret University at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh Queen Margaret University invites applications for funded PhD studentships to commence in September 2018. QMU aims to be a University of ideas and influence; characterised by translational research that informs policy and practice, making a difference to every day life.
Our strategic Research Centres and Knowledge Exchange Centres work at the intersection of conventional disciplinary groupings to create innovative approaches to contemporary societal challenges and public discourse. The successful candidates will become part of a community of doctoral learners, and will belong to one of the University’s six Research Centres: Centre for Applied Social SciencesCentre for Communication, Cultural and Media StudiesCentre for Health, Activity and Rehabilitation ResearchCentre for Person-centred Practice ResearchClinical Audiology, Speech and Language Research CentreInstitute for Global Health and Development. Funded PhD Studentship: Values in Health: Patient and Citizens' Values and How They Relate to Education and Activation at Swansea University.
PhD Studentship: Age-related Changes and Determinants of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour and Sleep in Young People at University of East Anglia. PhD Fellowship in Psychology/Statistical Analysis of Longitudinal Data at University of Warwick. PhD Studentships in Health, Wellbeing and Social Care commencing October 2018 at The Open University. PhD Studentship: Development and Feasibility Testing of a Scalable Behavioural Change Intervention to Promote Physical Activity among Sedentary Adults with Moderate/Severe Asthma at University of East Anglia. PRiSM. PhD Studentships - Nottingham - Indeed Mobile. MHCAP1099 Res Assistant 6F. GambleAware PhD Programme at GambleAware.
The Bloomsbury Colleges PhD Studentships - Birkbeck, University of London. Research Associate (RECAP) at University of Leicester. Arts and Dementia Care PhD Scholarship - University of the Arts London, London College of Fashion. Research Associate at Lancaster University. Non-Clinical Assistant Professor in Behavioural Sciences at University of Hong Kong. Online Faculty for our Master’s in Psychology at Laureate Online Education, in partnership with The University of Roehampton, London. Bursaries for the MSc Applied Quantitative Methods - Manchester Metropolitan University. PhD Studentship in the Psychobiology of Religion and the Social Brain at Coventry University.
Fully funded PhD Studentships at the University of Worcester at University of Worcester. Graduate School PhD Scholarships - Canterbury Christ Church University. PhD Studentship: Promoting the Scientific and Public Understanding of Stress Through Use of Visual Metaphor at Bournemouth University. Funded PhD Studentship: Values in Health: Patient and Citizens' Values and how they relate to Education and Activation at Swansea University. Fully Funded PhD Studentship: The Effectiveness of Recovery-Based Care on Patient and Carer Reported Outcomes in a Service User Led In-patient Facility at Swansea University.
PhD Studentship in the Leeds Institute of Cancer and Pathology: Living Better with Advanced Breast Cancer (LIBERATE): Symptom-reporting, Self-management and Signposting Support for Metastatic Breast Cancer at University of Leeds. PhD Studentship - University of Strathclyde. REA Scholarship Psychology Age - University of Strathclyde. School-Based Mentoring of Looked After Children in Scotland - University of Strathclyde. PhD Studentship at University of Lincoln. PhD Studentship at University of Lincoln. Ten Full-Time Funded Postgraduate Research Opportunities - University of Leicester. 3 Year Full Time PhD Studentship: Developmental Assessment and the IDS-2 Intelligence and Development Scales at Oxford Brookes University.
Perceptual-motor control and coordination in Developmental Coordination Disorder at Oxford Brookes University. PhD studentships available at Queen Margaret University at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. PhD Studentship at University of Hertfordshire. PhD Studentship - Developing and Testing Peer-led Interventions to Promote Switching from Smoking to Vaping at University of Oxford. Senior Public Health Research Assistant at Public Health Wales. Research Assistant at King's College London. Human Factors Research Assistant at University of Oxford. Two Teaching and Research Associates (TARA) at University of Plymouth. Funded PhD studentships in the School of Psychology. Research Assistant at University of London. Postdoctoral Research Assistant - Bioethics at University of Oxford. Research Associate in Health Services Research at The University of Manchester. Research Fellow at University of York. Senior Research Associate in Qualitative Methods at University of East Anglia.
Research Associate (Systematic Reviewer) at University College London. Research Fellow - Behavioural Science at Public Health England. Research Associate – Communication in End-of-Life Care at Imperial College London. Lecturer, Mental Health at Lancaster University. Lecturer in Positive Psychology at Queen Mary University of London. Research Fellow in Qualitative Health Research at University of Bristol. Senior Teaching Fellow - MSc Behaviour Change at University College London. Reader - Ageing at University of Surrey. Senior Lecturer in Mental Illness and Chronic Diseases at Queen Mary University of London.