Niina does research. Do you know what research is? Some children say it’s like Dr Who’s tardis. You put a question in, and you get an answer out. Continue reading
Final post in Women Clinician Academics special issue, by Briano Di Rezze.
As a clinician academic, father of two young children (ages 4 and 7), and with a wife who is also a professional, Continue reading
The third post in July Special Issue: Women Clinician Academics comes from Chantal Camden. In writing this, Chantal had not seen the two previous posts, was about to go on leave
I have have been drafting this post since mid-April, writing it in several different ways. None if seems quite right, and my back stage editors keep taking issues with it… But now the July Special Issue: Women Clinician Academics is at hand…
There has been a lot of discussion lately about women in science. In the spirit of this, we are running a ‘July special issue’ of Women Clinician Academics.
This post is an update on the grant writing frenzy – I feel I owe this to all those who read that post and became completely traumatised…. Continue reading
A lot of clinician academics, including me, only have a job if we bring in grants that pay our salaries. A lot of the time this means working my socks off to ensure I will have a job in 12 months time. Continue reading