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Lancaster University
The impact of physical activity interventions on bereaved older people
This interdisciplinary, mixed-method PhD studentship will combine mental health, public health, and psychology of ageing research to determine the impact of physical activity interventions on physical and psychological resilience in bereaved older people (aged 55 plus).
Location: Pennine Lancashire
Deadline: 02 March 2020
This exciting studentship opportunity will be linked to the existing partnership between Lancaster University and the Together an Active Future (TaAF) programme, a large pilot currently being delivered in Pennine Lancashire and evaluated by Lancaster University. TaAF is an integral part of Sport England’s investment in tackling physical inactivity, with an overarching aim to improve the population’s physical activity levels (1).
How to Apply
Applications should be made directly to Professor Carol Holland, c.a.holland@lancaster.ac.uk and should include: CV (max 2 A4 sides), including details of two academic references A cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the studentship (max 2 A4 sides)
Website:
https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/the-impact-of-physical-activity-interventions-on-bereaved-older-people-carers-and-non-carers-in-pennine-lancashire/?p118989
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