|Salary:||£34,980 to £44,263 Grade 7|
|Placed On:||21st November 2023|
|Closes:||11th December 2023|
Full time starting salary is normally in the range £34,980 to £44,263 with potential progression once in post to £46,974
Full Time, Fixed Term contract up to March 2025
2 Vacancies available
Closing date: 11th December 2023
Travel may be required for this role
The NHS England Maternity and Neonatal Programme (MNP) Team have developed a wide-ranging perinatal culture and leadership strategy, with a ‘flagship’ Perinatal Culture and Leadership Programme (PCLP) for Trusts in England. The term ‘perinatal’, encompasses maternity and neonatal services. The programme aims to improve the safety and quality of care delivered to women, birthing people and babies by enabling those with specific responsibility for safety in perinatal provider units to understand the relationship between leadership, safety improvement and safety culture to enable change.
We are seeking two highly motivated researchers with experience of qualitative research methods, including ethnography, to work on the evaluation of the evaluation of the implementation and impact of the PCLP. Knowledge and experience of the UK health system, particularly maternity services, would be an advantage.
With a background in qualitative methodologies and health services research, the post- holders will be responsible for the collection of ethnographic data in selected NHS maternity units (including observations, interviews, focus groups and document analysis) data analysis, interpretation and contributing to report writing, publication and preparation of other outputs. Advanced communication and organisational skills are essential and it is advantageous to have experience of working with a range of collaborators and to be able to work at pace.
Informal enquires can be made to Dr Nimarta Dharni (email@example.com)
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