Innovative bowel cancer screening PhD research opportunities are available with the Bowel Cancer Screening Alliance.

Bowel cancer screening pathways through emerging social media, SMS, or QR codes

Perceptions, behaviours, and social networks that impact screening participation

Innovative approaches to the screening kit, its design and contents

Targeted screening participation for culturally and linguistically diverse groups

Targeted screening participation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Targeted language and health literacy for screening participation

Innovative approaches to randomised trials design and analysis

Health economic evaluation of changes to existing screening program

Implementation science to track program changes through to policy changes

Candidate requirements

Successful applicants will have an excellent academic track record and experience in health sciences, health services, or epidemiology research in the Australian context.

Doctoral research and graduate research scholarships at the University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne offers a range of scholarships for students undertaking graduate research training. Top-ups may also be provided.

Doctor of Philosophy – Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences

Please contact us for more information
A/Prof Jennifer McIntosh

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