INN University invites all PhD candidates, post docs, PhD supervisors and administration to the PhD day at Hamar on 7 January 2020.
Doctoral studies can be both satisfying and challenging. In recent years, alongside academic achievements, increasing focus has been given to the well-being of PhD candidates.
INN University endeavours to ensure that all those undertaking PhD education at the institution thrive in their work environment, and in general, during the course of their studies.
PhD candidates, post-doctoral fellows, PhD supervisors, and administrative staff are thus warmly invited to register to the upcoming PhD day in Hamar.
|09.30||Welcome & introduction||Research Department|
|Ca. 15 min||Facilitating encouraging work environment for young researchers. An employer’s perspective||Gunnar Falk Slettaløkken, Head of Department of Public Health and Sport Sciences|
|Ca. 15 min||PhD candidates - a vulnerable group? Bullying and harassment in the academic sector||John Magne Solbakk, HR-department|
|Ca 15 min||What can the Occupational Health Service offer?||Elisabeth Grafsrønningen, Occupational Health Service|
|Ca. 15 min||Green and blue exercises for young researchers||
Associate professor, Department of Public Health and Sport Sciences
|Ca. 30 min||What the development function offer?||
Liverpool John Moores University
Workshop for young researchers:
Workshop for PhD supervisors:
Melanie Jones, Researcher Development Advisor at Liverpool John Moores University
Rob Boongart, Professor in mental health and PhD supervisor, University of South-Eastern Norway