PhD: Making Sense of Risk: Development of Risk Communications Regarding Urgent Hazards Relating To The Use of Illicit Drugs

Liverpool John Moores University - Public Health Institute

The Public Health Institute (PHI) at Liverpool John Moores University), is offering one 3 year Ph.D. studentship to undertake research to develop a theoretical driven and evidence-informed model of risk communication regarding hazards and risks relating to illicit drugs. This model could then be used as the basis for the development of risk communication strategies for public health professionals. The studentship is open to UK and EU students, and includes annual fees, an annual stipend, and a contribution towards research costs.

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Studentship to commence before December 31st 2017.

Because of funding criteria, we are only accepting UK/EU applicants. The studentship includes a tax-free stipend of £14,533 p.a. for 2017/2018 and the tuition fees for UK/EU students. An additional £1,500 will be available for additional research costs. The student will initially formally register for the award within 3 months of enrolment and will be expected to transfer to PhD registration within 12 months (subject to satisfactory progress and approval of the transfer report).

For an informal discussion contact Professor Harry Sumnall

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