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Wednesday 20 September
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FHSCE Research Internships

The Faculty is offering a number of research summer placements in 2017. The internships are aimed at high calibre undergraduate students who are contemplating a career in research. A limited number of positions may be available for masters students. If you are considering doing a PhD after your degree, then participating in the scheme is a great way to gain some practical experience to undertake a piece of research with academic guidance.

Application in each case is by CV with supporting letter and 1 academic referee via email to the project supervisor by 10:00 on Friday 31 March 2017. If you have not received a response within 2 weeks of the deadline you should assume that your application was unsuccessful.

Supervisor(s) Project Area Location

Dr Melanie Boyce and Professor Carol Munn-Giddings

Exploring the various forms of peer support in a UK context: Motivations, Project 1_Peer support UKstrengths and limitations


Dr Nicola Walshe

Place-based learning, creativity and wellbeing Cambridge

Dr Ceri Wilson

Living with long-term conditions in young adulthood: A scoping review of the literature Chelmsford

Professor. Sarah Redsell, Dr Susan Walker, Dr Jennie Rose, Dr Lee Smith

Literature review to determine the use of qualitative data from the UK longitudinal cohort databases


Dr Jennie Rose, Professor Catherine Meads, Dr Claire Preston

The impact of loneliness on obesity in pregnant women and new mothers Cambridge

Dr Anne Devlin, Dr Corrine Boz, Sian Shaw, Sarah Gawne

Literature review on e-portfolio for Social Workers Cambridge

Dr Julie Smith and Dr Sally Anne Francis

Attendance by South Asian women at a community – based diabetes clinic

Cambridge, Peterborough, Chelmsford

Dr Paul Sanderson

Healthcare Regulation: Towards the ‘Perfect Ward’ Cambridge

Dr Claire Preston, Dr Sarah Burch

Collaboration among third-sector organisations in the delivery of services to address loneliness and social isolation among older people