We are looking for a highly motivated, intelligent and creative graduate interested in exploring inspiration in bipolar disorder. This is core emotional-motivational process which underpins creativity, a highly valued positive experience in this mental health condition. You must have a minimum of 1st or first degree in psychology or related discipline, or a high 2:1 and a Masters level qualification including research methods. You must have an interest in how advancing psychological knowledge in this area can inform the development of better interventions for bipolar disorder, and be highly competent in qualitative and quantitative methods. The post is based at the Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research in the Faculty of Health and Medicine at Lancaster University , and part time in Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust.
To find out more about the PhD and entry requirements, visit the Doctorate in Mental Health web pages.
The PhD in mental health provides opportunities for future leaders in mental health to gain core research skills, as well as a deeper and more critical insight into mental health theory, translational research, and how this impacts on policy and practice. You will develop quantitative and qualitative research skills, improve knowledge management, enhance leadership skills and effectiveness, and advance scholarship in presenting written and oral arguments.
To find out more about the PhD and entry requirements, visit the course information on findaphd.com.