Research Fellows: Avoidable Acute Admissions

An opportunity has arisen within an exciting and growing team of healthcare researchers based in Plymouth. Plymouth University Peninsula Medical School are currently looking for two new Research Fellows to assist us in our Avoidable Acute Admissions project.
Candidates will work within a team of researchers investigating how frontline expertise and new models of care can best contribute, to safely reducing avoidable hospital admissions. This is a cutting edge ethnographic and organisational study of one of the most important decision making processes facing health services worldwide.

We are looking primarily for candidates with expertise in qualitative research methodologies preferably ethnography. With this in mind candidates need not necessarily have a background in healthcare but may be experienced applied qualitative researchers with sociology or anthropology backgrounds.  Further details of the two posts can be found by following the links below.

If you would like any further information about the posts, please do not hesitate to contact Professor Jon Pinkney, Email:
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