The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Digital Civics at Newcastle University has an opportunity for excellent candidates for fully funded four-year doctoral studentships in Digital Civics in Public Health or Social Care and are seeking applicants with a passion for civic life, an interest in how digital technologies can be used to support citizens and communities, and an undergraduate or masters level education in public health, health sciences, social science or a related subject. They are particularly keen to attract candidates with an interest in cross disciplinary research into health inequalities, food environments new approaches to digital social care and the health/social care divide including tackling loneliness and social isolation amongst older people or how to identify older adults with increasing social care needs and mobilise community assets.
Closing date - 3 August
Further information can be found at CDT Studentships
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