Qualitative Evaluation Assistant for Arts and Health Innovation

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced qualitative health researcher, to assist with interviews and surveys for the evaluation of an innovative performance and digital resource on living with cancer.

The Role

The research student will be required to:

  • Theme the survey responses (there is also room for the researcher to input into the design of the survey)
  • Conduct 5 x 20 minute interviews, face to face or by telephone
  • Write up the survey responses and interviews as a report

Person Specification

  • You need to be a Post-Graduate student or similar
  • Have experience of:
    • Conducting sensitive qualitative interviews in a health setting
    • Theming qualitative surveys
    • Producing concise reports for a non-academic audience using qualitative data

How to Apply & More Details

35 hours of work are needed between January and March 2017. The post will start on 20th January 2017. The appointee will be paid £16.85 per hour.

To apply for the post please submit your CV and a Cover Letter explaining your suitability for the role either via the Talent Bank system or by emailing amy.c.brown@kcl.ac.uk by the 9th January 2017.

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CLAHRC South London – Grants to support higher degree research students

Funding is now available from the NIHR CLAHRC South London to support current self-funded higher degree research students to complete their work in the field of health research, or implementation science.

There are two sets of award available: CLAHRC fee support awards and CLAHRC thesis write-up stipends. There are eight awards available of up to £5,000 each.

Fee support awards: eight CLAHRC fee support awards are available (up to £5,000 each) to help current higher degree research students (eg PhD/MD) with their fees.

Thesis write-up stipends: eight CLAHRC thesis write-up stipends are available (up to £5,000 each) for current higher degree research students (eg PhD/MD) to allow them time to focus on writing and submitting their thesis.

Both sets of award are open to applicants whose research is relevant to CLAHRC research themes, which includes health research in the areas of alcohol, diabetes, infection, maternity and women’s health, palliative and end of life care, psychosis, public health and stroke, as well as implementation science, and patient and public involvement.

The closing date for both sets of award is midnight on Friday 26 February 2016

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