Friday, January 10, 2020

Places available in the following PRBB Intervals courses – don’t miss the opportunity and sign up now!

An interdisciplinary education programme for professionals working in the PRBB

January:

How to write a scientific article - Last places!

Become familiar with the process of writing scientific articles for publication and learn tools for improving the quality of your writing.
Course organised between Intervals and CÍCLIKS programme.

With Susan Frekko. Edition 1: starting the 21st January. More information and registrations.

 

February:

Explaining your research to ANYONE - inside or outside science

Learn techniques to explain complex aspects of your research to different types of audiences so they can understand better what you do, what it means and why it should be funded.

With Eric May. 18th February. More information and registrations. ISGLOBAL on waiting list.

 

March:

Effective team playing in science – get the most out of your team

Build positive and creative relationships at work and learn practical tools that will help you address conflicts that may arise in your group or work team.

With Tobias Rodrigues. 3rd & 4th March. More information and registrations. Edition is for mid-career and senior staff.

 

How to write a scientific article

Become familiar with the process of writing scientific articles for publication and learn tools for improving the quality of your writing.
Course organised between Intervals and CÍCLIKS programme.

With Susan Frekko. Edition 2: starting the 4th March. More information and registrations.

 

Peer mentoring in Biomedicine – Postdocs

Time to reflect, give and receive support on professional issues with colleagues in a similar career stage. The first 3 meetings of the group will be led by a facilitator.

With Louise Schubert. Starting the 10th March. More information and registrations.

 

Sharpen your reasoning skills: logic and critical thinking for scientists

Learn the basic concepts of logic and critical thinking that will help you to develop stronger arguments, clearer hypotheses and solid evidence to support your scientific publications and discussions.

With Malte Engel. 2 editions starting the 24th & 25th March. More information and registrations.

 

Say it so it stays: oral presentation skills for scientists

A great scientific presentation has the power to inspire, inform and innovate. Yet so many science talks are mundane, boring or unintelligible. In this intensive, interactive workshop you will learn how to make your presentations stand out from the crowd.

Course organised between Intervals and CÍCLIKS programme.

With Elinor Thompson & Roni Wright. Starting the 26th March. More information and registrations.

 

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