I’ve been having real difficulty concentrating whilst working at home. I find it hard to start tasks, my eyes are sore, a 5-day week feels daunting and I feel anxious when I don’t complete the tasks I planned to do. I miss going to work!
At the Graduate School Drop-In today, we talked to a PhD student about concentration and productivity. We came up with a few practical ideas that I thought I’d share with you: Read the rest of this entry
Graduate School Update Day ~ Well-being and Resilience
Tuesday 12 June ~ 9.30-12.45 (refreshments from 9.15; lunch at 12.45)
Delapre Lecture Theatre, Park Campus
Every year The Graduate School holds an ‘Update Day‘ where the focus is on topics of interest to postgraduate researchers and their supervisors. The theme this year will be well-being and resilience.
We will run parallel workshops for supervisors and students, ending with a short plenary session. Read the rest of this entry
Institute of Health and Wellbeing April Lunchtime Seminar: Incorporating Cancer Risk Information into General Practice: The first steps from a sandpit idea
Presenter: Dr Juliet Usher-Smith MA, MB BCHir, PhD, MRCGP, Clinical Senior Research Associate, Cancer Research UK/BUPA Foundation Cancer Prevention Fellow
When: Wednesday 12th April, 1:00 – 2:00pm
Where: Sulgrave S029, Park Campus, University of Northampton, Boughton Green Rd, Northampton, NN2 7AL
For further information and to book a place please follow the link: https://lunchtimeseminarapril.eventbrite.co.uk
A sandwich lunch will be provided. If you have any specific dietary requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 10th April
Submitted by Ruth Hughes-Rowlands
The School of Health at The University of Northampton presents, in association with NHS Northamptonshire, a Workplace Wellbeing Event incorporating The Peggie Kellam Memorial Lecture. The event will be held on Thursday 23rd May 2013 from 10.30am to 2.30pm at Sunley Management Centre, Park Campus, the University of Northampton.
The Programme of Events will incorporate the Peggie Kellam Memorial Lecture presented by Colonel A P Finnegan, followed by our keynote speaker, Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes. This year’s event will examine issues relating to work life balance, occupational stress and mental health within the armed forces and other professions.
Additional speakers will include Neville Davies, Paul West & Claire Zambuni — Fishing for Heroes. Lunch will be provided
For further information and to book a place please contact: Email: email@example.com Tel: 01604 892820.