New blog from Jo Sharpe – sharing news from the recent Alzheimer’s Research UK Network day in Manchester.
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New blog contributor Nadine Mirza with advice for new psychologists
With lockdown prompting much discussion on social media about mental health, Sarah reflects on how advice on Twitter often contradicts my own experiences, and shares some things that do and don’t work for her, and a few things she has learned during her own recovery journey.
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As an Early Career Researcher, having an online profile is more than just ‘being on twitter’. In this podcast our panellists Dr Lakshini Mendis, Dr Jack Rivers-Auty and Dr Kirsty McAleese discuss what it means to have an online presence.
Lakshini hosts this great panel discussion with Dr Chris Hardy, Dr Kirsty McAleese, Dr Marianne Coleman and Dr Jack Rivers-Auty. All work in different fields of dementia research, and all shared their advice, tips and experiences of getting a fellowship.
In this weeks podcast, our panel explore how they have worked with, and managed their relationships with supervisors. How this develops over time, how you ensure your research is your own and their tips for success.
Adam Smith is in Manchester to talk with Dr Sarah Campbell, Professor Andrew Clark and Maria Walsh discussing the innovative way they chose to put their research into action, with the benefit of co-production and zines.
In this podcast Oz Ismail talks to Géraldine Garrabet, Dr Caroline Selai and Kellie Morrissey discussing how they support students to stay physically and mentally well, with strategies for how they themselves have learned to cope.