International PhD-programme in palliative care
The European Palliative Care Research Centre (PRC) aims to increase the knowledge about palliative care among all health professionals.
To increase the scientific competence, a biomedical focused international PhD programme in palliative care has been established by the PRC. The programme is formally established at NTNU and all core collaborating institutions will contribute into the programme.
Enrolment to the programme is continuously, and currently more than 10 persons are part of the PhD-programme. All candidates must be enrolled at NTNU, but can recide at any of the core collaborating institutions.
PhD-candidates admitted to this programme will:
- Be provided with updated knowledge within the field of both palliative care and palliative research
- Be offered courses at collaborating institutions in different countries
- Encouraged to spend at least six months at two different institutions in different countries
This PhD-programme will strengthen already existing international collaborations between research institutions and trigger the establishment of new ones. It will also help students to establish a professional network for their future career in palliative care research.
More information about how to enroll and to read the study programme click here.
For more information regarding the general PhD education at NTNU, please visit: http://www.ntnu.edu/dmf/research/phd
The one compulsory course is the following:
In 2013, Module 1 of the the course is held in week 41, 7-11 october (in Trondheim) and Module 2 in week 47, 18-22 November (in Edinburgh).
For more information about this international PhD-programme, please contact Dagny Haugen (email@example.com), Frank Skorpen (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Trude Rakel Balstad (email@example.com).