Master of Public Health (MPH) Studentship
School: School of Public Health
College: College of Medicine & Health
An opportunity exists in the School of Public Health for an MPH candidate to undertake research into heart failure in people with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) under the supervision of Professor Patricia Kearney, Professor Colin Bradley, Dr. Claire Buckley and Dr. Diarmuid Quinlan.
Research has shown that about 20-30% of people with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) have Heart Failure (HF), often undiagnosed. An opportunity exists to identify the incidence of HF, the barriers and enablers to diagnosis and management and the value of ECHO for this cohort. Three GP Practices in Glanmire, with approx. 650 people with T2DM, will participate. The GPs will conduct a BNP blood test with routine diabetes bloods. The CNS in Heart Failure in Mallow will collaborate as the secondary care component of a HF in T2DM initiative, providing clinical support and education for GPs & patients. The Irish Heart Foundation will provide PPI to the study.
Applicants should have a good primary degree in an appropriate discipline, e.g. Public Health Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Biological Sciences.
The Studentship will start as soon as possible after September 1st 2021.
The Studentship funding covers Master of Public Health University fees for the year.
Please contact Dr. Diarmuid Quinlan Diarmuid.Quinlan@ICGP.IE for more information/an informal enquiry regarding the studentship and making an application.
Submit an electronic copy of your Curriculum Vitae to both Professor Patricia Kearney firstname.lastname@example.org and Dr. Diarmuid Quinlan Diarmuid.Quinlan@ICGP.IE along with a cover letter that clearly describes why you are interested in and are suitable for this research position. Please include the contact details of two referees.
The successful studentship awardee will then have to submit a formal application through the University applicant system where qualifications will need to be validated.
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