Global health is about social justice and human rights in the context of health; about how health, illness and disability are socially patterned and how many of the world's health problems are not bounded by borders, but shared, and best tackled by collaborative innovation and cooperative action.
In partnership with our many collaborators, spanning academia, civil society, governmental, United Nations agencies, and governments across more than 40 countries, our interdisciplinary team of researchers, educators, and administrators is committed to conducting research and delivering teaching programmes that impact policy and practice, towards scaling-up universal health coverage, and ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages (SDG 3).
The Trinity Centre for Global Health (located in Trinity College Dublin) is looking to recruit a Ukrainian national with experience conducting health research at Masters, Doctoral, or post-Doctoral level to join our wonderful team of researchers. The successful candidate must have arrived in Ireland after February 24, 2022, and be covered by the Temporary Protection Directive - Professional working proficiency in Ukrainian and English are required for the post. The aim is for the successful candidate to be employed across two ongoing research projects for a 12-month period, commencing September 2022.
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