- Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine
- Position type:
- PhD Program - Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine
About the position
The Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine is currently offering the opportunity to apply for Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) position, as part of a NHMRC-funded Centre for Research Excellence in Sleep Health Services research. Applicants will have a degree with a substantial research project (e.g. Research Masters’ degree, Masters’ degree with treatise component, or Bachelor degree with honours).
The National Centre for Sleep Health Services Research (https://www.ncshsr.com/) brings together an extensive network of internationally recognised experts in sleep and respiratory medicine/research, general practice, nursing, pharmacy, health services and policy research, epidemiology, health economics and sleep health technologies. Using this expertise it will show how primary care can be placed at the centre of sleep disorders service delivery. The focus will be on deployment of simplified, cost-effective, evidence-based methods for diagnosing and managing sleep problems in primary care, with primary care practitioners better connected and supported with specialist sleep services in a “hub and spoke” model
We are currently seeking expressions of interest for a funded PhD position. The successful candidate will be expected to commence in May 2020. Possible topic areas include implementation of clinical practice guidelines for obstructive sleep apnoea and chronic insomnia in primary care and decision support on available treatments for obstructive sleep apnoea and chronic insomnia.
Please note: this PhD opportunity will suit a variety of backgrounds (including: medical, nursing, allied health, health policy, public health) and involve a mix of quantitative and qualitative work (e.g. systematic reviews, before and after studies, RCTs, qualitative interviews) but laboratory work is NOT a component of this position.
Why study with Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine?
The Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine at Bond University is recognised for the excellence of its education and research in the medical, health and sports sciences. The major research group within the Faculty is the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, a multidisciplinary, internationally recognised, research team focussed on the processes and implementation of evidence-based practice. The Institute’s mission is to intelligently and efficiently close the gap between best available evidence and current clinical practice.
- About the person:
The successful PhD candidate will have:
- A degree with a substantial research project (e.g. Research Masters’ degree, Masters’ degree with treatise component, or Bachelor degree with honours).
- Excellent analysis and writing skills
- Exceptional interpersonal communication skills and demonstrated ability to work in teams
- Capacity to work with a range of disciplines
- Evidence of project management and organisation ability, including the ability to fulfil goals and deliver outcomes within a specified time period
- Additional information:
For questions including discussion of PhD topic ideas please email [email protected].
- Application and submission details:
Your Expression of Interest should include:
- Your CV and copy of academic transcript
- Sample of written work, ideally appropriate for an academic audience (e.g. honours thesis, peer-reviewed journal article, essay written during coursework study or similar)
- "Statement of Purpose" describing your interests, reasons for pursuing this opportunity and longer-term goals, (max. 1-2 pages)
Submit your Expression of Interest via email by 31 January 2020, to:
HSM Research, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Bond University, Attention: HSM Research. Email: [email protected].
Bond University is an equal opportunity employer.
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Applications close at 5:00pm, Friday, 31 January 2020.