Discipline-related research skills from the School of Health: open to all
The School of Health have recently launched their discipline-related development programme, which includes a range of workshops and seminars on a variety of themes, open to all PGRs at the University of Northampton. This development programme has been designed to support researchers – and those supporting research – in subjects which relate, broadly, to Health and Social Care. The sessions detailed are available to research students (PhD and Professional Doctorate) within the School of Health and from across the University. Staff from the School and further afield are also welcome. Workshops coming up include public involvement, academic writing and research impact.
The discipline-related programmes from the Schools work alongside the Graduate School’s generic programme to deliver a complementary array of skills development sessions for research students and staff. A Research Support Hub post relating to the School of Social Sciences Development Programme will follow next week as part of a series of posts on discipline-related skills development. Watch this space!
For more information about the School of Health programme please contact Dr Michelle Pyer.
Posted on November 19, 2015, in Early Career Researcher, Events, Research Institutes and Centres, School of Health, Workshops & Training and tagged Discipline-based Development Programme, Early career researchers, Postgraduate research students, research staff, School of Health, Workshops. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.