Duties and Responsibilities
The FINCH Study is funded by the National Institute for Health Research Policy Research Programme. It involves adapting a crisis planning and monitoring programme for people who have been detained in psychiatric hospital; then testing the programme in a feasibility randomised controlled trial. This post will involve recruiting participants and collecting data from inpatient services in two North London NHS Trusts. The study also involves a Lancashire site.
Duration of this post is full time until 31st July 2023 in the first instance and is available for an immediate start.
The postholder will have a Bachelors degree in Psychology or a relevant social science and experience of working both independently and collaboratively. It is essential for the postholder to have excellent IT and administrative skills, and have demonstrable interpersonal and communication skills.
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Informal inquiries can be address to Dr Brynmor Lloyd-Evans on email@example.com.
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4 Mar 2021
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