Are you interested in undertaking a piece of public health research?
Would you like to work with a research team across five NIHR Applied Research Collaborations to develop co-production principles for applied health research between academics, practitioners and local communities?
Would you like to learn new research skills in writing up a literature review, analysing interview data, and using Delphi methods with stakeholders, while learning about co-design processes?
Do you have 8-weeks available to undertake this, from the 1st June 2021 (dates can be flexible to a degree)?
Project title: Co-production principles for applied health research in the North East and North Cumbria and beyond: supporting literature review, interview data analysis and co-design process
Salary: Students will be paid for their time (£2,579)
This internship would involve working with:
Dr Peter van der Graaf, Associate Professor (Enterprise) in Knowledge Mobilisation
Lesley Haley, AskFuse Research Associate and Fuse PIEC member
Applicants should be:
- Between their 2nd-3rd undergraduate years of their degree, or 3rd-4th year if a four-year degree
- Registered for a health-related degree in a UK university
- Be expected to obtain a 1st or a 2:1