QUEENS UNIVERSITY BELFAST

Research Fellow-The Centre for Public Health (CPH)

Location
Belfast (City/Town) (GB)
Salary
£33,199 - £36,261 per annum
Posted
10 Jun 2019
End of advertisement period
09 Aug 2019
Ref
19/107547
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

Queen's University Belfast is one of the leading universities in the UK and Ireland, with a distinguished heritage and history. With over 24,000 students, 3,700 staff and an annual turnover of some GBP 300m, Queen's University Belfast plays a unique leadership role in Northern Ireland. As a member of the Russell Group of UK research-intensive universities, Queen's University Belfast combines excellence in research and education with a student centred ethos.
The Centre for Public Health (CPH) sits within the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences (MDBS) at Queen's University Belfast. The Centre aims to advance the health of the public at a regional, national and international level, by increasing knowledge and influencing clinical and public health practice and policy.
We are recruiting for a Research Fellow who will be located in CPH and work on a study funded by NI Chest Heart and Stroke. The Research Fellow will manage a collaborative research project which involves the adaptation of a psychological intervention for stroke survivors who have cognitive impairment and evaluation of the feasibility and acceptability of the intervention for stroke survivors, their families and healthcare professionals, including those delivering the intervention. The project will involve the organisation and facilitation of workshops and semi-structured interviews with various stakeholders including stroke survivors and their families, the development of a logic model, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, and dissemination of project findings.
This post is available until 31 August 2020 initially.
Candidate Information
For further information contact Dr Emma Berry: E.Berry@qub.ac.uk
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