Marie Curie PhD Studentship in Mobile Applications to Support Emotion Regulation in Mental Health
School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin
Terms and Conditions: The selected PhD student will be paid a gross annual salary of approximately €31,400 over a 3 year fixed term contract. They will also be entitled to a mobility allowance of approximately €6,500 per annum and potentially a family allowance where appropriate.
Closing Date and Time: 5pm on 15/5/2017
We are seeking an excellent Early Stage Researcher (ESR) who must be eligible to enrol as a PhD.
The goal of the research is to investigate the role of self-reports in emotional sense making and self-regulation in mental health. This research will involve working to understand the self-management strategies and needs of people with mental health difficulties, and particularly bipolar disorder. Through the development and evaluation of innovative prototypes, it will look at the refinement and evaluation of different strategies for mobile self-reporting. Evaluations will explore the effectiveness of these strategies with respect to the different motivations for use of self-reports. It will involve work with both patients and clinical collaborators.
The successful candidate will:
• benefit from a unique doctoral training programme on personalised health applications and affective health research as part of the AffecTech network.
• receive a salary and mobility allowance for three years.
• be registered for the doctoral (PhD by research) programme within the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin.
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