Research Fellow in Wellbeing and Patient Experience Research (0.6 full time equivalent)

University of Brighton - School of Health Sciences

Location: Brighton - Falmer

Interview Date: Tuesday 16 January 2018

Joining this research programme you will have up to date breadth or depth of specialist knowledge in the discipline and of research methods and techniques to work within established research programmes. The post holder will work closely with Professor Kathleen Galvin, Professor of Nursing Practice, to develop a programme of work with potential to lead caring practices through understandings of the patient experience. Application of new theoretical perspectives in wellbeing will form a coherent strand through the work that will involve diverse contexts and settings that include, but are not limited to, long term conditions and care of older people.

We are committed to creating an interprofessional and multidisciplinary approach and have a philosophy of engaging in partnership work. You will have a Masters/PhD in a Health related subject, or be committed to studying at a higher level.  If you have a PhD or Doctorate and can supervise at this level, you will have opportunities to develop as the university has an active programme for supporting early career researchers. The post holder will be based in Falmer (Brighton).

Please note that this is an 18 month fixed-term contract. For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Galvin at Benefits of working for the university can be found here: 

The University of Brighton is committed to equality and embraces diversity in our working, learning, research and teaching environment.  We welcome all applicants and are committed to providing a supportive and flexible working environment.

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