There is a new PhD studentship opportunity now available, based at NMAHP Research Unit at Glasgow Caledonian University and in collaboration with the Department of Vision Sciences.
The studentship focuses on improving care for those with visual impairment, including stroke-related visual problems. It will explore and test the use of standardised data collection methods within a community low vision setting. It will involve the development of a database, working closely with both researchers and clinicians.
The studentship is open to those with a wide range of clinical and academic backgrounds, including (but not limited to) occupational therapy, low vision, optometry, and computer science.
The closing date is Monday 22nd February.
Posted on the: February 5, 2021