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Manage Your Scientific Writing (324)
5 June 2020 - Online
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Dr Sina Henrichs
Finding and keeping the momentum is crucial in scientific writing. Distractions and disturbances, the tendency to spend too much time on details and the awareness of staring a big writing project, while sitting in front of a white page, is probably familiar to many researchers. This break out session on planning and organizing yourself during the scientific writing process provides an overview of approaches and tricks how to start the writing process, work within deadlines and develop an individual writing routine and behaviour. The workshop is organized over two hours to provide an overview of does and don'ts to manage your writing process with the overall aim to encourage participants to develop their own habits. Combined with theoretical input by the trainer, participants will reflect on their individual challenges and review their self-management plans during the writing process. Before the session, participants are asked to fill a short survey to understand their expectations in the training and identify their individual challenges.
Participants who complete this session know how to:
Date: Friday, 5th June 2020
Schedule: 9 am to 11 am
Sina Henrichs has broad professional experience in implementation and development of project outlines in the academic environment. She holds a doctorate in Molecular Biology from the University of Zurich as well as an MBA in Academic Management form the University of Basel. Sina Henrichs combines her extensive research experience in the life sciences and in-depth understanding of process development and project management to provide interactive and professional training experiences. She implemented the Graduate Center GRACE, the professional platform for doctoral candidates and postdocs at the University of Basel and is founder of Manage Science (www.managescience.ch). Since 2018, Sina is working as Project Manager Education at the AO Foundation in Davos.