Tag Archives: Training (delivered)
17/05/18 – School of Pharmacy, N19, Richmond Building This session is an excellent example of collaborating with the research students and staff to address something they have identified through their own professional development evaluation as a training need. The session … Continue reading
24/09/17 – These lectures were developed in direct response to supervisor request. Both 2 hour sessions were fully researched, then designed, peer-reviewed then evaluated. Thriving in Your Viva – Maps to Vitae RDF Domains: A3, B1, B2 & D2. Data Management for … Continue reading
2/10/17 – PGR Induction week. New sessions were designed and delivered, and evaluated well. What is a Doctorate? From Beginning to End: the Doctoral Journey Research Design: Key Principles for All Researchers Qualitative Research: Foundations of Good Practice.
Jan-Apr 2017 This teaching evidences my skills, knowledge and understanding in thesis writing, research design & methodology inc. data collection & analysis, ethics, project management, and analytical skills. I have conceptualised, researched, written and delivered all of these sessions. I … Continue reading
06/02/17-10/02/17 – New student intake for doctoral studies. I delivered the following sessions as part of the institutional commitment to making sure that students have parity in their induction experience, and are helped to belong to the research community. Ethics … Continue reading
3/10/16 – 7/10/16 This was a collaborative initiative with Dr Mel Cooper from Faculty of Health Studies who wanted to pilot rolling out a more comprehensive welcome package for the incoming doctoral candidates. This pilot week consisted of at least … Continue reading
Training delivered at request of Director of PG Research, Dr Mel Cooper.