We are seeking to appoint a Researcher to make a significant contribution to a 27 months project funded by the National Institute for Health Research, entitled “The determinants of the utilisation of the support and assistant workforce in diagnostic imaging: a multi-methods investigation (I-SWAP)”.
The ‘I-SWAP’ project is a collaboration between Sheffield Hallam University, The University of Bradford and Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. The successful candidate will have undertaken postgraduate study and/or have completed or be studying for a doctorate in a related area. They will have knowledge and experience of qualitative research used in a healthcare environment, an interest in mixed methodologies and knowledge of NHS healthcare systems and services. Knowledge and experience of medical imaging is desirable but not essential.
The Researcher will play a key role in conducting desk-based research and fieldwork using a variety of methods, including literature review, analysis of existing datasets, questionnaire surveys, telephone interviews and qualitative case studies (interviews and focus groups). They will participate in collaborative analysis, publication, and dissemination. The successful candidate will benefit from the dynamic and supportive research environment within the newly established Centre for Applied Health and Social Care Research (Sheffield Hallam University) and will have access to a wide range of researcher development activities across the Health Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam.
For this job we particularly welcome applications from minority ethnic applicants who are underrepresented in this area/ this type of job at Sheffield Hallam.
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