The Curtin University offers a fully-funded PhD scholarship in the field of Public Health. The scholarship is granted to direct health research into that focus on a health system and science at the School of Public Health. The Ph.D. will include assessing the viability of telehealth benefits over various key execution markers (counting quality, adequacy, and proficiency). The effective competitor will have the chance to work at a scope of exercises, including overview outline, information accumulation, data investigation, and dissemination.
Ph.D. applicant will work mutually with the School of Public Health and the WA Country Health Services. The Ph.D. will be managed by specialists in the health system and economics. The supervisory group will be driven by Professor Suzanne Robinson and Associate Professor James Boyd.
The beneficiary of this program will have:
- A Masters degree in an applicable train requiring the culmination of a freely accessible proposition or research task to a worthy standard OR
- A Bachelors degree in first-class honors
- Graduated with a four-year college education (with top notch or upper second respects) and finished a postgraduate recognition or it’s proportional, or finished a master degree by coursework, with, in the two cases, a course-weighted normal of at least 70 percent inside the University, and exhibited the ability to attempt critical research
- Moreover, they should:
- Have solid numeric aptitudes and an enthusiasm for quantitative research;
- Ideally, have involvement in research
- Ideally, have an understanding of distributing peer-review research.
The scholarship deadline is until April 9, 2018.