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PhD Studentship: Children’s and Parents’ Consent to Treatment


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Children’s and parents’ informed and voluntary consent to major medical and surgical treatment.

Applications are invited for a PhD studentship, fees and tax-free stipend will be funded by the ESRC and London Bloomsbury Colleges for three years, full-time, starting October 2017. The student will examine the sociology, philosophy, ethics and law of consent, competence, autonomy and practical decision-making and will undertake qualitative research informed by the sociologies of healthcare and childhood, and by critical realism. Data collection will involve direct and online contact with 40 families and with healthcare professionals in two medical specialties that the student will share in choosing. We hope BAME candidates will consider applying.

Supervisors: Professor Priscilla Alderson and Dr Katy Sutcliffe, Department of Social Science, University College London, and Professor Susan James, Department of Philosophy, Birkbeck University of London

For application form and details about how to apply click here.

For informal queries about the post contact Priscilla p.alderson@ucl.ac.uk

Closing date for applications by email, 16:00 on 9th March 2017 to Bloomsbury DTC Administrator isabelle.jerome@ucl.ac.uk

Source: Bloomsbury Colleges

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