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A PenCLAHRC trial team are looking for volunteers to help study the benefits of singing groups for people with a communication disorder associated with strokes.
Aphasia is a speech and language disorder caused by damage to the brain and it is thought that around one in three people who have had a stroke experience it to some degree.
People with aphasia can struggle to speak and often make mistakes with the words they use, sometimes using the wrong sounds or putting words together incorrectly. They can also experience difficulty reading and writing.
Researchers are now seeking volunteers in Devon and Cornwall to take...Read more
PenCLAHRC are looking to recruit a Research Manager. The successful applicant will be responsible for the delivery of research and implementation projects supported by PenCLAHRC.
Working alongside the PenCLAHRC Operations and Finance Manager as well as other members within the PenCLAHRC Support Team, the post holder will play a lead role in supporting Project Leads in the design, development and implementation of their project plans. As part of delivery function, the role holder will be expected to provide financial support; setting and monitoring budgets, recruitment and HR support and also advice relating to research governance and external funding grant applications. In...Read more
The PenCLAHRC team in Exeter are looking to recruit an Engagement, Research Information and Communication Manager to cover a period of maternity leave.
This position offers the successful candidate an opportunity to be a key member of the PenCLAHRC support team, overseeing the management and dissemination of research information relating to PenCLAHRC’s outputs. They will also be a pivotal member of the PenCLAHRC Executive Team and will play a lead role in communicating and disseminating relevant CLAHRC information.
The post holder will be a principal member of the central PenCLAHRC Support Team, working closely with PenCLAHRC Research Managers and administrative staff from...Read more
We have two exciting job opportunities available within our team in Exeter. We are looking to recruit both a Research Fellow and a Graduate Trainee Information Specialist to work on a range of existing and new PenCLAHRC projects.Graduate Trainee Information Specialist
PenCLAHRC’s Information Specialist team is looking to recruit a
Graduate Trainee Information Specialist. This post also includes a
secondment to work with our colleagues at the Exeter Health
Library, an NHS Library.
Candidates will have recently completed an undergraduate or post-graduate degree and be thinking about a career as an information specialist, or working in a library. You will...
We are looking to recruit a Research Fellow or Senior Research Fellow (depending upon experience) to support the work of PenCLAHRC. The post is available for three years from 1 January 2016 until 31 December 2018. The successful applicant will work on a range of existing and new PenCLAHRC projects as well as playing an active role in identifying new topic areas for development.
This post offers an exciting opportunity to become part of a successful and enthusiastic team committed to improving public health and patient outcomes through innovative health research and implementation. PenCLAHRC's novel ground-up approach to research, led by...Read more
Our operational research team, PenCHORD, are looking to recruit two research positions:Associate Research Fellow in Healthcare Modelling
This exciting new post will involve working in a multidisciplinary team using operational research (OR) methods (such as modelling, simulation and forecasting) for applied healthcare research in the South West region.
The successful applicant will contribute as an active member of PenCHORD. This multidisciplinary research team, based in Exeter, works in close collaboration with NHS staff to deliver OR and analytical solutions that can be applied directly to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of health service delivery.
To apply, you should ideally have a background in...Read more