White Rose Network – CLAHRC YH PhD studentships

The School of Health and Related Research is now advertising a funded PhD Studentship opportunity with the White Rose network (http://www.whiterose.ac.uk) and within our work with the CLAHRC YH programme (Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, Yorkshire and Humber, www.clahrc-yh.nihr.ac.uk)

This opportunity offers the very best postgraduate students the chance to apply for funded PhD study at one of the UK’s top university departments for postgraduate research studies in the field of health economics.

The focus of the PhD research is;

Exploring the economics of unified budgets for health and social care

Lead Supervisor: Tracey Young, University of Sheffield

Co-Supervisors: Claire Hulme, University of Leeds and Christopher Dayson, Sheffield Hallam

This studentship will be based at the University of Sheffield.

Further information can be found at http://www.shef.ac.uk/scharr/prospective_students/researchdegrees/studentships.

The closing date for applications is Monday 13th April with interviews held on Thursday 7th May


This studentship is part of the White Rose Network

Health Economics Across Sectors: Reaching out across boundaries.

The network lead is Dr Tracey Young, University of Sheffield. Two further studentships are available

 Free Exercise! Does the Leeds Let’s Get Active (LLGA) scheme help to increase physical activity and reduce health inequalities?

Lead Supervisor: David Meads, University of Leeds

Co-Supervisors: Laura Bojke, University of York and Karen Bloor, University of York

This studentship will be based at the University of Leeds.


Marginalised communities.

Lead Supervisor: Gerry Richardson, University of York

Co-Supervisors: Melanie Jones, University of Sheffield and Maria Horne, University of Bradford.

This studentship will be based at the University of York


Closing date 20th March 2015

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