Event Title Event Dates
Staying well and being productive (while social distancing) 27/01/21

Course Closed
Training Area Researcher and Academic Development Specific AreaSelf-Management (B2)
Course Type Workshop
Closing Date 24/01/21
Main TrainerHugh Kearns
Target background requirements
Student Year 1; Student Year 2; Student Year 3; Student Year 4; Student Year 5; Student Year 6; Student Year 7; Student Year 8; Student Year 9; Student Year 10; Student Year 11; Student Year 12; Student Year 13; Student Year 14; Student Year 15; Blended Off Campus; Distance Learning; Distance Learning Other; Full Time; Full Time Other; Part Time; Part Time Other; Writing-Full Time; Writing-Part Time
Workshop summary
Being a researcher can be the best job in the world. You get to follow your passions. You have the luxury of exploring areas youre interested in. You can satisfy your curiosity. You might even make a difference in the world. Most researchers I meet love doing research. But research is also challenging. Despite all the attractions of a research career, the reality is that many researchers get worn down by the system, the setbacks and the challenges. Even more so in these difficult days.
So if you want to stay well and be productive, dont leave it to chance. You need to look after yourself. Ive worked with thousands of researchers across the world, and Im going to highlight some key strategies that people have used to be productive researchers and stay well during their PhD, post-doc or research career.

Aims and Objectives
In this interactive webinar well discuss:
Dealing with isolation
Staying motivated
Structure and routines
Keeping focussed
Dealing with distractions
How to switch off
Actions you can take
Looking after yourself

Pre-session Requirements

On-the-Day Details
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of the webinar.

Researcher Development Framework (RDF)
Self-Management (B2)