The Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, St Vincent’s Clinical School, UNSW Medicine and St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney is offering a PhD scholarship funded by an NHMRC Partnership grant: “Patient-centred eHealth approach to improving outcomes for gout sufferers”.
This PhD scholarship is to support research examining methods to improve outcomes in patients with gout.
The position is full-time for a fixed term of 3 years based at the Therapeutics centre, St. Vincent’s Hospital Sydney. The scholarship is an APA equivalent.
The specific research topic is dependent on the applicant’s background and experience.
Possible research areas include:
- An economic evaluation of an IT intervention
- Using “gamification” to improve gout management
- Quality of life measurements
- Using IT to improve allopurinol dosage choice
- Usability of IT interventions
- Adherence estimation relevant for gout management
For further information, contact Professor Richard Day ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
To apply, visit https://research.unsw.edu.au/how-apply-enrol-research-degree
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