Compassion in health and care – can we measure it? And if so, what would we do?
The Centre for Applied Research in Psychology at Coventry is offering an exciting opportunity to work on a Health Education England funded project that will develop a measure of compassion that can be used in the recruitment and development of health and social care students and professionals.
You will have a good (2:1 or above) undergraduate degree in psychology or a relevant social science that emphasises the use of quantitative and qualitative research methods. A Masters in a relevant discipline (e.g. Health Psychology) would be desirable. Experience in conducting both quantitative and qualitative research is essential, and the development of psychometric tests desirable. You will work under the supervision of Dr Sarah Brown and Dr Rosie Kneafsey.
For details of this Research Assistant vacancy click here.