Sarah Stanford undertoook a PhD researching self-harm. In this blog she provides great advice for anyone thinking about the challenges of PhD and Parenting.
Tag: Work and Study
Have you given up a great full time job to do your PhD? Some of you might have done this fairly recently – what changes can you expect?
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This week, we have four PhD Students who are at the very first stages of their expedition (a term we prefer rather than journey). Discussing how they’re finding a way to settle in, and sharing what they have learned so far.
As a follow-up to our last podcast, this week, we have three researchers who have completed their PhD studie, and a researcher at the earliest stage of their career. Looking back, sharing tips and helping to avoid some of the PhD pitfalls.
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.