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Travelling with nasaline

So this is the first time I have travelled with a bowl, a bag of salt and a “nose rinser”. But rinsing your sinuses with salt water 2 times/day were the doctors orders – and who am I to argue, … Continue reading

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MobEVAL meet HäPP

Yesterday I dared to battle the Swedish weather and went on slippery roads to Norrtälje together with Magnus Peterson. It’s not the first time, and will not be the last as we are now proud supervisors of Lovisa Jäderlund Hagstedt … Continue reading

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Academic writing report

Remember I challenged myself last week to increase my academic writing? So, how did this week go? Well, I was aiming to write 1000 words/day for 5 of the 6 days of the week, but would be happy with 500. … Continue reading

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Interview about DOME-studies

Are you interested in finding out more about some of the results from the DOME research consortium? I’ve written before about my collaboration with researchers from all over Sweden in this consortium, and I’m bound to return to it in … 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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On empathy

I just had to share this. I hope I remember it myself the next time an urge to start “silver lining” comes to me. On the other hand, perhaps silver lining is a good coping strategy? In the blog post Cancer … Continue reading

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