Keele University is currently advertising for a number of PhD studentships in healthcare, available from October 2016 and including fees bursary and stipend.
The PhD projects are hosted within The Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences (iPCHS) at Keele University. The iPCHS is the largest and most successful research institute at Keele. It is dedicated to undertake research that will improve the quality of care for people with arthritis, chronic musculoskeletal pain, mental health problems and associated comorbidities. It hosts the Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre of Excellence, is a current member of the NIHR School for Primary Care Research and holds the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Pioneering the early prevention and treatment of chronic pain.