Applications are now open for a Nottingham Trent University (NTU) funded PhD studentship on a participatory action research-led oral history of carers & professionals’ experiences of carer involvement in mental health since the inception of this policy in one region of England. The PhD will be supervised by Dr Verusca Calabria, Early Career Research Fellow, Social Work, Care and Community, School of Social Sciences (Director of Studies); Dr Geraldine Brady, Professor in Social Work, Social Work, Care and Community, School of Social Sciences (co-supervisor); Professor Sara Owen, Executive Dean, School of Social Sciences, (co-supervisor).
Where will the postholder chiefly work from?: Nottingham Trent University for part of the time.
Post Duration: 3 years
Tuition fees: For Years 1-3 of PhD study unless part-time
Post Commencement Date: 1 October 2022 or 5 January 2023
Application Closing Date : 14 January 2021
For more information please go to: https://www.ntu.ac.uk/research/find-a-phd-opportunity/studentship-projects/carers-voices-in-mental-health-care-tracing-the-impact-of-their-involvement-in-the-policy-landscape
You may also contact Verusca Calabria: firstname.lastname@example.org