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Two postdocs in ART/DATA/HEALTH, University of Brighton, UK. Closing date 03 April*

*Two research jobs in ART/DATA/HEALTH project, University of Brighton, UK.
Closing date 03 April



The University of Brighton, School of Media invites applications for two
Research
Officers (one with focus on Digital Communications & Health, and one with
focus on Arts
& Health). The two positions are attached to the UKRI-AHRC Innovation
Leadership
Fellowship project "ART/DATA/HEALTH: Data as creative material for health
and wellbeing" (http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/artdatahealth/). The project
creates an innovative and interdisciplinary process offering disadvantaged
groups and the wider public new tools, at the intersections of data science
with art practice, to approach two key issues in healthy aging and
prevention:
digital skills and health literacy.

You will be working in consultation with the Principal Investgator (PI) Dr
Aristea
Fotopoulou and as part of a team to undertake filedwork; liaise with project
partners; organise participatory research workshops; manage, store and
analyse
fieldwork material; co-author research outputs; disseminate findings. A high
level of analytical capability, as well as the ability to communicate
information clearly (in a variety of forms) are necessary. Collaborating well
as part of the project team is essential.

You will have knowledge and/or experience and research interests in one or
more of
the following areas:

For the post AE4011 ART/DATA/HEALTH Research Officer (Digital Communications &
Health) participatory
research; digital inclusion; health literacy; self tracking; datafication of
health; data visualisation; arts for health and wellbeing.
For the post AE4012 ART/DATA/HEALTH Research Officer (Arts & Health): arts for
health and wellbeing;
community arts; data visualisation; cultural participatory; digital
inclusion;
health literacy; datafication of health.

Both posts are 0.5 FTE fixed term posts for approximately 9 months, and we
would expect the successful
candidate to be in post by the beginning of June 2019. The successful
candidate will be based at the new
Centre for Research Excellence 'Digital Media Cultures' at the University of
Brighton
(https://www.brighton.ac.uk/digital-media-cultures/index.aspx). The Centre is
an interdisciplinary knowledge network spanning computing, social science,
media, art and design.

Details and to apply:
AE4011-19-073 ART/DATA/HEALTH Research Officer (Digital Communications &
Health)
https://jobs.brighton.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=AE4011-19-073
AE4012-19-075 ART/DATA/HEALTH Research Officer (Arts & Health)
https://jobs.brighton.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=AE4012-19-075

Closing Date for both posts: Wednesday 03 April 2019

If you have any questions please contact the PI Dr Aristea Fotopoulou
(a.fotopoulou@brighton.ac.uk)

Best wishes
Aristea

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Dr Aristea Fotopoulou
UKRI-AHRC Innovation Leadership Fellow
PI ART/DATA/HEALTH: Data as creative material for Health & Wellbeing
2019-2021
Visiting Scholar University of Bergen, Dep Information Science and Media
Studies, February-June 2019
Principal Lecturer in Media and Communication
University of Brighton, School of Media
Watts Building, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4GJ

A.Fotopoulou@brighton.ac.uk |@aristeaf | https://aristeafotopoulou.org
Research blog: http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/artdatahealth | Webpage
https://research.brighton.ac.uk/en/persons/aristea-fotopoulou




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