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Victoria University

Lecturer - Integrated Science And Mathematics

Kampala, Uganda

Closing: Dec 23, 2023

14 days remaining

Published: Dec 6, 2023 (3 days ago)

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Requirements

• A master’s degree in public health, biostatistics, health services research, or any other closely related master’s degree.

• A Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.6 at bachelor’s degree and at master’s degree training from an accredited university

• Submission of no longer than a 4-page research concept (font type Arial 11, single spacing), describing the possible PhD research idea in one of the project domains described above, including:

Brief background;

 Research problem;

 Research hypotheses or theoretical underpinnings for the research;

 Specific aims;

 Research design; and

 Analysis plan.

• Preference will be given to proposed research ideas that are integrated into a relevant theoretical framework. The following article by Grant and Osanloo (2016) might offer some guidance on integrating research ideas into a theoretical framework: Understanding, selecting, and integrating a theoretical framework in dissertation research: Developing a 'blueprint' for your "house" doi:10.5929/2014.4.2.9

• Must be Ugandan citizens; thus, a copy of their national ID card is required

• Must be no older than 40 years



How to Apply

Suitably qualified persons should email their application, which must include the following:

i) A 1-page typewritten application letter addressed to the Dean, Makerere University School of Public Health, with the subject line “Application for a PhD Position on the DASH Project.”

ii) Up-to-date curriculum vitae

iii) Copies of the relevant academic certificates and transcripts

iv) A copy of their national identification card

v) The PhD concept as described above

vi) Two letters of recommendation, with at least one from an academic supervisor at masters training, including their functioning email address and daytime phone number

The above application documents must be submitted AS ONE PDF FILE to the following email address: [email protected]


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Requirements

• A master’s degree in public health, biostatistics, health services research, or any other closely related master’s degree.

• A Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.6 at bachelor’s degree and at master’s degree training from an accredited university

• Submission of no longer than a 4-page research concept (font type Arial 11, single spacing), describing the possible PhD research idea in one of the project domains described above, including:

Brief background;

 Research problem;

 Research hypotheses or theoretical underpinnings for the research;

 Specific aims;

 Research design; and

 Analysis plan.

• Preference will be given to proposed research ideas that are integrated into a relevant theoretical framework. The following article by Grant and Osanloo (2016) might offer some guidance on integrating research ideas into a theoretical framework: Understanding, selecting, and integrating a theoretical framework in dissertation research: Developing a 'blueprint' for your "house" doi:10.5929/2014.4.2.9

• Must be Ugandan citizens; thus, a copy of their national ID card is required

• Must be no older than 40 years



How to Apply

Suitably qualified persons should email their application, which must include the following:

i) A 1-page typewritten application letter addressed to the Dean, Makerere University School of Public Health, with the subject line “Application for a PhD Position on the DASH Project.”

ii) Up-to-date curriculum vitae

iii) Copies of the relevant academic certificates and transcripts

iv) A copy of their national identification card

v) The PhD concept as described above

vi) Two letters of recommendation, with at least one from an academic supervisor at masters training, including their functioning email address and daytime phone number

The above application documents must be submitted AS ONE PDF FILE to the following email address: [email protected]


• To determine the key health risk factors and intervention needs among adolescents in SSA,

• To develop a methodological framework for researching adolescent health interventions in SSA comprising (i) collaborative design research, (ii) impact and process evaluation, and (iii) transportability and adaptation studies for transfer of research results and interventions across communities and countries;

• To locally design and pilot test adolescent health literacy and nudge interventions in the three domains of (i) nutrition and physical activity, (ii) sexual and reproductive health, and (iii) mental health and violence, using ideation and implementation methods from design research;

• To establish the effects, impacts, and mechanisms of adolescent health literacy and nudge interventions on health knowledge and understanding, health behaviors, and outcomes in SSA, targeting the three key adolescent health domains using randomized controlled trials nested within HDSS and mixed-methods performance evaluations. These home-based interventions will be delivered by community health workers;

• To establish the effects, impacts and mechanisms of key national and regional adolescent health policies in SSA in the three domains using policy mapping, quasi-experimental study designs and mixed-methods performance evaluations


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