This studentship is not currently available. It is a scholarship involving work under the scope of CLAHRC-WM, funded by the NHS. The project focuses on knowledge mobilisation, specifically absorptive capacity; leadership; patient and public involvement; behavioural science; (lean) re-engineering of healthcare services; entrepreneurship and innovation; human resource management; strategic change.
Students must hold a 2:1 undergraduate degree at least. A masters degree (or equivalent) is preferred. In order to qualify for stipend, the student must have been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least three years and this must not have been solely for educational purposes (unless the student is a EU national). Furthermore, the student must have permission to reside permanently in the UK.