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The European Training Network on Informal Care, ENTWINE, is currently recruiting 15 Early Stage Researchers for high quality PhD training. Submit your application no later than 30 November 2018.

ENTWINE (European Training Network on Informal Care) is a new 4-year Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovation Training Network (ITN), funded by the European Union in September 2018. Aiming to "Bridge the care gap", ENTWINE will sustain informal caregivers – those who provide unpaid care to a relative or friend – willingness to care, enhance their ability to provide care, and improve their quality of life by taking a multidisciplinary and intersectoral approach to intervention review, development and contextualization.

ENTWINE is currently recruiting 15 PhD students for a 3-year advanced multidisciplinary and intersectoral research training at eleven academic partners across five countries: Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and Sweden – the latter involving Professor Louise von Essen and Dr Joanne Woodford from Uppsala University Psychosocial Care Programme (U-CARE) and Professor Pär Ågerfalk, Department of Informatics and Media. Selected PhD students will spend time in both academia and industry, preferably starting their training March 2019.

To enter the ENTWINE PhD training programme you must receive a Master’s degree or equivalent in psychology, sociology, (health) economics, health policy, health sciences, communication sciences, health technology, computer sciences, or related fields no later than 1 March 2019. Further, your educational background must match the requirements of the positions you are interested in.

Submit your application to the ENTWINE PhD training programme no later than 30 November 2018.

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