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Implementing Evidence into Practice to Improve Chronic Lung Disease Management in Indigenous Australians: the Breathe Easy, Walk Easy - Lungs for Life (BE WELL) project

 

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A PhD scholarship is available through a NHMRC funded project: Implementing Evidence into Practice to Improve Chronic Lung Disease Management in Indigenous Australians: the Breathe Easy, Walk Easy - Lungs for Life (BE WELL) project.

While the project title suggests that the PhD topic could be in lung health, there are opportunities for the PhD student to choose a PhD topic within their interest, for example, health service delivery, education of Aboriginal Health Workers, models of best practice.

The PhD student will be able to work with a very supportive group and could be located either in the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health on the Camperdown Campus or in the Faculty of Health Sciences on the Cumberland Campus of the University of Sydney. In both these locations other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are enrolled in PhD programs and would provide a collaborative and engaging environment.

The PhD scholarship could be combined with a funded part-time manger role for the project which would attract a substantial full-time salary and a  five year appointment.

Contacts

Jennifer (Jenny) Alison
Mobile: 041 430 0416
Email: jennifer.alison@sydney.edu.au

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Last updated: 21 December 2017
 
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