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…
If I was to describe my lived experience of my everyday working life, it would be something like this: imagine a small beetle with the pondering brain of Winnie the Pooh (a brain where everything is entirely possible) and the energy of Tigger. Continue reading
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
I was pleased to be asked to write something for this blog, especially when I read the first posts and saw the aim of this blog: opening up the “black box of being a clinician academic”. Then I started thinking: 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
I’ve been thinking about starting a blog – a blog about being a clinician academic – for some time. I’ve had the idea, and I know what I want from this blog. But what should be in the very first post?!?