We are currently looking for a PhD candidate to undertake a project examining the impact on emergency health services (such as ambulance services and/or emergency departments) relating to mass gatherings and/or disasters. The successful PhD candidates research will align with a project led by Dr Jamie Ranse titled ‘Impact of mass gathering events on emergency healthcare services: Informing health service planning for safer communities’. The PhD candidate will be supervised by Dr Jamie Ranse and Professor Julia Crilly.
- The 2020 Griffith University Postgraduate Research Scholarship has an annual stipend of $28,092 (indexed) for a period of up to three years of full-time study.
- A successful International applicant will also be awarded a Griffith University International Postgraduate Research Scholarship to cover tuition fees for up to three years.
For project related enquiries please contact:
Dr Jamie Ranse
Phone: (07) 555 29729
The information provided above is a summary taken from: https://www.griffith.edu.au/research-study/scholarships/impact-of-mass-gathering-events-on-emergency-healthcare-services please refer to this website for additional detail