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Provided by: Researcher Development Programme (RDP)


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Resilience In The Lab (Sciences and Technology)


Description

Let’s face it; being a researcher can be stressful! Not only are you managing the ups and downs of life in the lab, but you are probably balancing work and life and also have one eye on the future and what comes after your PhD…

This workshop is designed to help you build emotional resilience. You probably already have some strategies in place so we will reflect on the highs and lows you have already experienced, look at some of the theories of resilience and consider how we can better support your coping and wellbeing.

  • Understand what resilience is
  • Consider why researchers need to be resilient
  • Identify when we have been resilient
  • Be aware of the three Cs of stress hardiness
  • Start to develop our resilience toolkits
Target audience

PhD students in Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Technology.

Duration

One two hour session

Frequency

Twice in Lent and Easter terms

Theme
Personal Effectiveness

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