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Study and explore
Gael Bateman: student and explorer. I am one of those people with multiple interests that change from season to season; I don’t have a thing, like so many people appear to have in this modern world, which helps to define them. But I do love exploring. Exploring ideas, places, people, cultures, identities, foods and experiences – ...
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Why I love conferences
Hannah Murray explains how academic networking helps her PhD. Since starting my PhD last October, I’ve been part of a great research community of postgraduate students. We meet once a week to discuss a chapter of someone’s thesis and then attend a guest lecture usually followed by a trip to the pub. One of the ...
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10 things I wish someone had told me before I started studying Physiotherapy
Blaithin Hadjisophocleous shares her wisdom from studying Physiotherapy. My last visit home was my last holiday as a Physiotherapy student. Sat at the dining table with my family, I thought about how, two and a half years later, they now have a better idea of what physiotherapy is all about – they have stopped asking ...
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