The impact on patients and health services is considerable. Treatment for this kind of infection include one or more further operations.
As part of a programme of work funded by the NIHR, you will be responsible for conducting qualitative research with patients and healthcare professionals.
This is part of an ongoing study, with ethics approvals already in place and the majority of data already collected and analysed.
The post holder will work with a research fellow (Dr Andrew Moore, line-manager) to complete any final data collection and to complete the analysis and write up the data.
The role entails :
The post-holder will be supported by other team members during any data collection and analysis.
The analysis will involve writing descriptive summaries of the questionnaire responses.
The role is based within the Musculoskeletal Research Unit, Translational Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol.
Career development training will be available through the University’s programme of courses, and the post-holder would be encouraged and supported to avail of these.
Information about the INFORM Programme of research can be found at http : / / www.bristol.ac.uk / translational-health-sciences / research / musculoskeletal / orthopaedic / research / inform.html
Name, email and phone number for informal contact : Dr Andrew Moore, a.j.moore bristol.ac.uk, 0117 414 7877
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