HENRY PhD studentship opportunity (University of Hertfordshire)
Start date: October 2019
Duration: 4 years
Stipend: Starts at £14,553 per annum plus approved expenses. All students will also receive a maximum contribution towards their individual tuition fees that is equivalent to the Home/EU student fee in each year of registration
The University of Hertfordshire invites applications for a PhD student to join our Hertfordshire Knowledge Exchange Partnership (HKEP) scheme, which is 1-year industrial placement followed by a 3-year PhD studentship funded jointly by the European Regional Development Fund, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership and HENRY.
HENRY is seeking to extend its behaviour change approach to supporting teenagers to adopt healthier lifestyles and improve their long-term physical and emotional wellbeing, through changes in physical activity and nutritional education.
The associate will develop an understanding of the HENRY approach and become a trained deliverer by working with HENRY training and development team to develop the programme and co-deliver it during feasibility study. The PhD will focus on reviewing evidence and consulting with teenagers about how we can best help them improve their well-being. The project will progress to testing the feasibility of a new teenage programme, that will be refined and rolled out on a wider scale.
For more information, and to apply for this position, please visit the University of Hertforshire website. Applications and enquiries for further information should be made to email@example.com.
(Informal enquiries should be made to Dr Neil Howlett at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that applications sent directly to this address, or directly to HENRY, will not be accepted.)
Closing date for completed applications: Friday 02 August
Interview Dates: Provisionally Thursday 08 August 2019