The Queen´s University

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Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), established in 1845, is the 9th oldest University in the UK and a member of the Russell Group of the top 24 research-driven universities in the UK. It is ranked 198 in the world and 18 in the world for international outlook (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023). Over 99% of Queen’s research environment was assessed as world-leading or internationally excellent and is ranked = 4th in the UK for Allied Health professions and Nursing in the UK (REF 2021). QUB was first awarded the European Commission HR Excellence in Research Award in 2012 (updated in 2020), incorporating the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers and QAA Code of Practice for Research Degree Programmes that acknowledges alignment with the principles of the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for their Recruitment. QUB is a lead UK university in tackling the unequal representation of women in science and engineering. Queen’s holds a prestigious Athena SWAN Silver Award along with 14 Departmental awards. QUB has a dedicated Graduate School which delivers a unique combination of specialist disciplinary study and high-level, transdisciplinary skills training. It was voted No.2 worldwide in a 2019 International Student Barometer poll.  .

The Role

Main tasks in the project – Lead WP 4: Process Evaluation; WP 3: Cluster RCT (effectiveness evaluation) in the UK (Northern Ireland); participation in all other WPs

Prof Kevin Brazil

Dr Julie Doherty

Dr Gary Mitchell MBE

Dr Roisin O’Neill

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