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Improving your Social Wellbeing as a Researcher using Design Thinking

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Presenter: Dr Aimee Blackledge, LDC Development Team

Establishing your emotional needs and developing your social wellbeing during the PhD is equally as important as taking care of your intellectual needs. The more robust your wellbeing is, the more likely you can manage obstacles, make better decisions, successfully complete the PhD, avoid burn out and be prepared to take your next career step. Join us for an opportunity to develop and implement a personal project that you can start following the workshop that will support you in improving your wellbeing.

Using Design Thinking, we will address the challenge of: ‘how might we pursue more fruitful interactions and activities during our PhD?’. Together we will explore our emotional needs using empathy, identify areas where we can make improvements to our wellbeing, generate creative solutions collaboratively, make a prototype of your project and test the best solution for you to implement immediately following the workshop.

This interactive session as part of the creative confidence series and aims to help researchers gain skills in resilience, confidence and productivity.

This workshop offers opportunities to gain skills outlined in the RDF subdomains: A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, D1, & D2.

Registration: You are recommended to use your University of Liverpool email to register on Eventbrite and then the calendar invitation will be added to your University calendar. We reserve the right to remove attendees who do not appear to be members of this University.


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