10.30, Thursday 10 December 2020
How can we stay motivated when managing uncertainty? How do we get the most out of ourselves while safeguarding our own wellbeing?
In the current climate, we are all learning to live with less certainty. For those working in the demanding world of research, this poses additional challenges. This career development event will explore uncertainty and how we can better cope with it, as well as exploring mental wellbeing more generally and how we can look out for one another.
Confirmed speakers include: Professor Jane Norman FMedSci, Dr Desiree Dickerson and Dr Steve Cross. Their talks will offer a combination of lived experiences and personal insights, as well as offering practical guidance and resources. For more information, download the full agenda here.
Our Career Development events are open to everyone. They’re particularly useful for early-career biomedical and health researchers, offering practical skills training and the chance to network with peers and more senior academics. They also offer clinical academic trainees help in navigating the clinical academic training pathway and developing a research career.
This event is free to attend and will be held entirely online. Please book your place in advance, so our facilitators know how many to expect.