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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
The University of Newcastle Australia
Dr Mark J Lock
Ph: (02) 4985 4979