Funded PhD studentship with Northumbria University, in collaboration with University of Cambridge (open to non-UK applicants)

By: Dr Fiona Ling
DE-PASS Core Group Board Member & D2.5 Co-Lead
Northumbria University

Want to make a real-life impact on physical inactivity and health inequality in young people? This PhD project will work with the local government in one of the most deprived areas in Northeast England, using the systems approach to inform policy strategies and evaluate actions. An exciting opportunity to work within the policy environment to understand the dynamics of policy-makers and stakeholders.

Further information pls visit Applying a system approach to public health – Making a real-life impact on physical inactivity and health inequality in youth in collaboration with a local authority (Ref: RDF24/HLS/SER/LING) at Northumbria University on

Application deadline: 26 January, 2024

Informal enquiries: Dr Fiona Ling,

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