Staffordshire University: Health and Social Care

InstitutionStaffordshire University View institution profile
Department Health and Social Care
Web www.staffs.ac.uk
Study type Research

Summary

Staffordshire University supports students studying for PhDs in health and social care across a range of topics covering nursing, midwifery, health care, mental health, social work, social welfare and social policy. Current areas of expertise and research include:

- Perinatal mental health

- Resilience in nursing

- Ageing and Dementia

- Religion and spirituality

- Palliative and end of life care

- Emotional Freedom Technique

- Social work and social policy

Students can study part-time and full-time, on campus and by distance learning. MPhil options may also be available. Full-time PhDs will normally be completed within 3-4 years and part-time PhDs in 6 years. Students usually start in September, January or April but start dates outside these cohorts may be possible in discussion with supervisory teams.

As well as the support provided by their supervisory teams, all PhD students at Staffordshire University are also supported by The Graduate School, which aims to provide a rich, supportive environment for every research degree student situated in the University’s academic schools. They run induction days for new students, to help them understand how their degree works and what to expect. They also offer dozens of workshops each year to help with students’ professional development and contribute to an annual Postgraduate Research Conference, and also host a number of social events where researchers can meet and share experiences.

Potential applicants should contact The Graduate School in the first instance to find out about how to apply.

Doctor of Philosophy - PhD

Staffordshire University

 

At Staffordshire University, we provide high-quality postgraduate education across a wide range of subject areas including computing, design, law, business, engineering and healthcare. We are based in the cultural hub of Stoke-on-Trent, an hour’s drive from Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, and what’s more, we offer a full suite of PGCE courses for you to consider.

Our institution prides itself on being The Connected University, connecting students with staff, business and career opportunities. We focus heavily on graduate employability and excellent academic delivery, and offer a variety of full-time, part-time and distance learning opportunities. Many of our ...

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