In this section
- DPhil programmes
- Course information
- Postgraduate life
- DPhil training programme
- How to apply
How to apply: FAQs
- Am I eligible?
- When should I apply?
- Is there an advantage to applying early?
- Are there any other criteria which may affect whether or not I am offered a place?
- Will applying to programmes from departments other than Primary Care Health Sciences affect my chances?
- My application was turned down last year. Can I reapply?
- Do I need to be a resident in Oxford during the course?
- Can I study part-time?
- What fees will I pay?
- Can I come as a self-funded student or with my own scholarship, studentship or grant?
- Can I do paid work in Oxford during my DPhil?
- Who do I contact for more information?
- Current DPhil projects
Potential graduate research projects 2022/2023
- Important information
- Organisation and delivery of primary care
- Feasibility of “fitness age” as a motivator for positive physical activity behaviour and improved health outcomes in UK primary care
- Progressing the role and evidence-base for ‘Exercise as Medicine’ in UK primary care settings
- The epidemiology of UTI and antibiotic resistant uropathogens
- Evaluating temporal patterns in diagnostic meta-analysis
- Using Big Data to understand the Health Impacts of Climate Change
- Managing Respiratory-Tract Infections (RTIs) in primary care post-pandemic
- Improving prevention and management of infections in areas with higher deprivation
- Implementing point-of-care testing to optimise antibiotic prescribing in primary care
- Multi-cancer detection testing in primary care
- Real-time, real world evidence utilising the ORCHID general practice network and database
- MRC ENTERPRISE STUDENTSHIP PROGRAMME 2022 - Discrete choice experiment (DCE) to understand variation in uptake of respiratory disease vaccination in working age adults
- MRC ENTERPRISE STUDENTSHIP PROGRAMME 2022 - Digital solutions for social isolation: using user-centred co-design to extend uptake and use of communication technology in digitally excluded groups
- Postgraduate life