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PhD scholarship - the structuration of governance processes in Australian Aboriginal public health

 

Overview

This PhD is offered at The University of Newcastle Australia, in the Hunter New England region of NSW. The PhD is part of a larger research project, the Aboriginal voice integration and diffusion in public health collaboratives (AVID-PHC) study, and is ideally suited to a person who wants to develop a career in health policy research. The central thesis of the AVID-PHC study is that Aboriginal peoples' influence on public health services is mitigated by the governance design of the public health system.

Candidates need a minimum of a bachelor degree in health and 1st class honours degree by research. The scholarship is only open to Australian domestic residents and offers:

Application details: Please refer to the contacts and links below for further information and how to apply

Contacts

The University of Newcastle Australia
AVID-PHC study
Dr Mark J Lock
Ph: (02) 4985 4979
Email Mark.Lock@newcastle.edu.au

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Last updated: 11 June 2014
 
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