For entry requirements, please see our website.
Months of entry
Our research programme is structured to give you the opportunity to undertake original and independent research in the healthcare sciences.
Applications are invited from those interested in undertaking research that fits with the School’s available Research Themes.
Each of the four themes below has a range of research areas and you should aim to tailor your research proposal to one of these areas:
- Enhancing palliative, emotional and supportive care
- Workforce, innovation and improvement
- Maternal, child and family health and wellbeing
- Optimising health through activity and lifestyles.
We offer the following research specialisations:
- Adult Nursing
- Child Nursing
- Mental Health Nursing
- Operating Department Practice
- Occupational Therapy
To undertake independent and original research in the healthcare sciences that will help inform, improve and influence healthcare across the globe.
- Dedicated office space provided for postgraduate research students.
- Each doctoral student is encouraged to pursue a programme of courses, workshops and conferences. The School itself provides a programme of monthly research methods master classes, an annual postgraduate research symposium and two sessions per year update students on ethics review procedures.
- Students are also encouraged to take an active role in our themes to include delivering presentations on behalf of the theme at the school seminar series and contributing to individual theme meetings.
- Research training is also provided by the ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Enquiries