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GroundsWell job advert: Research Fellow in Systems Thinking – Cranfield

GroundsWell job advert: Research Fellow in Systems Thinking – Cranfield

The first of our postdoc positions on GroundsWell has just been advertised. We would really appreciate your help in promoting this around your networks.

About the Role – 48 months position – Research Fellow in Systems Thinking:

This exciting position will allow the successful candidate to join the recently funded UKPRP GroundsWell consortium, working closely with the Complex Systems, Urban Environment and Population Health Group at Queens University Belfast.  The programme of research is focused on using complexity science and systems-thinking methods to inform systems transformations of urban green and blue space (UGBS) in the prevention of non-communicable disease and the reduction of inequalities in the UK. You will have a passion for research involving a range of modern qualitative and quantitative systems methods including Soft Systems Methodology, the Viable System Model, and System Dynamics modelling.  Cranfield’s part of the project focuses on co-developing a system-oriented conceptual framework for shared understanding and transformations of UGBS.

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