Health and digital literacy and decision making in people with chronic mental health and neurodevelopmental conditions

Summary

This is a Phd scholarship funded through the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course. It will examine how those with multiple disadvantage make health, social, and health care decisions with a specific focus on health, and COVID risk, work and education, and ehealth approaches, and potentially develop and evaluate new interventions

Supervisor(s)

Professor Nick Glozier

Research Location

Camperdown - Brain and Mind Centre

Program Type

N/A

Synopsis

We wish to understand how people with chronic mental illness/underdevelopment conditions, many of whom are socially isolated with multiple psyschosocial disadvantages, make health care and risk decisions and use health resources. Ultimately we wish to produce appropriate health and risk information that enhances decision making
This is envisaged as a mixed methods PhD with qualitative, quantitative and probably experimental risk / decision approaches with the candidate building upon the methods they currently use to provide a broad research training
It is suitable for a wide range of backgrounds with quantitative skills - psychology, social and health sciences.A Masters degree with a completed research component / thesis is required

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Keywords

mental health, decision making, cognition, health literacy

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2875