Murdock University is seeking for applications from interested and suitably qualified candidates for a PhD research scholarship in Crisis Healthcare Management in multiple sclerosis (MS). The Crisis Healthcare Management in MS Scholarship opportunity is available for both domestic and international applicants.
This 3-year fully funded PhD scholarship provides an exciting opportunity to undertake consumer driven research with the MS community (patients, careers, healthcare providers) and the emergency-response community.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Murdock University, Australia
Scholarship Type: Fully-funded
Host Institution(s): Murdock University, Australia
Scholarship Worth: Tuition fee, research cost, stipend (tax free) $30,000AUD per year
Number of Awards: Several
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: Home & International Students
Details | Murdock University Crisis Healthcare Management Scholarship
The project has scope for you to undertake both qualitative and quantitative research, based on your experience and interests and is suitable for a candidate interested in public health, clinical-practice, health services, and/or psychology.
The project will include co-design and co-leadership of a research question of your interest, grounded in the overall projects aims. While some data has already been collected, you will be expected to contribute to participant recruitment, data collection and analysis, writing of manuscripts, and communicating with stakeholders about interpretation and dissemination of findings.
To be eligible for Murdock University Crisis Healthcare Management Scholarship, applicants are expected to meet these conditions:
An International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 7.0 or above or TOEFL score of 110 or above (0.5 pt)
A first-class Honours or Masters degree with a thesis component in a relevant psychology, public health, medical or allied health field.
Demonstrated and well-developed interpersonal skills to communicate both with the interdisciplinary and collegial team, and with public and professional representatives.
Demonstrated high levels of written and oral communication in English, and can demonstrate adaptability to rapidly changing communication and technology needs.
Demonstrated interest in improving health outcomes and health opportunities for vulnerable populations, in particular persons with MS.
How-to-Apply: Please send the required documents (as separate documents) to email@example.com prior to the closing date.
Selected applicants will then be invited to attend an interview, and submit proposals via Murdoch University’s postgraduate scholarship application process. Applicants must be able to commence no later than 1 July 2022.
For more information about the project, contact Yvonne Learmonth. For information about the application process, contact the Graduate Research School at Murdoch University.
This scholarship requires you to provide the following documents:
maximum two pages outlining how you meet the application criteria**
academic transcript (from former universities)
example of written work as primary author (e.g. manuscript or thesis)**
single page justifying your interest in the C-RIMS project and potential research questions you might like to address as part of the project**
On all documents marked (**), please include an ID of your initials and day/month of birth (e.g. YCL0306). This will allow us to anonymously review applications.
Application Deadline: March 31, 2022