Category Archives: academic life

Salzburg Global Seminar

I am so excited it’s almost a little ridiculous. I’ve been invited to join session 553 at the Salzburg Global Seminar! The session is called Toward a Shared Culture of Health:Enriching and Charting the Patient-Clinician Relationship, and some of the most prominent researchers … Continue reading

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Pokémon Go and physical activity

Today I’m working against a deadline. I have an article that needs to be submitted tonight, and a pile of exams to grade. Despite this, the urge to Catch ‘Em All drove me (and the rest of the family out … Continue reading

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Last day in Lille

Today is my last day in Lille (well, I fly home tomorrow, but my last working day). I was here two weeks during the summer, and now a second set of two weeks have almost passed. So, what am I … Continue reading

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When the PhD journey is over

I’ve written before about how I perceive my role as a PhD supervisor. I wrote about being given the honour to guide another person on their travels through a foreign, academic country. I wrote that as a guide who have travelled … Continue reading

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Off to France!

Considering the quite turbulent and frankly traumatic spring I’ve had, I haven’t really had time to prepare – but, yes, I’m going to France today! To watch football, you ask? No, I will try to keep as far away from … Continue reading

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Academic rewards

I’ve had a couple of rough days (weeks? months?) and when life starts messing with you all of a sudden it becomes much harder to cope with the huge work load as well. I usually don’t have a problem juggling … Continue reading

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Addicted to ToDo-lists

At times like these, when I simply don’t know where to start because I have so many things to do, I make lists. On little pieces of paper, on the back of reports I’m reading, and more recently in the … Continue reading

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