You can’t be what you can’t see

So glad to have found this

A community blog, on doctoral supervision relationships and pedagogies

This is a guest post by Dr Josie Fullerton (@JosieNeuro) a Research Associate in the Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences at the University of Glasgow, and one of the first four UKCGE Recognised Associate Supervisors.

Graphic of a pull quote reading: I still have a great deal to learn, but this process allowed me to understand what good practice looks like and to reflect on how I’ve developed as a supervisor, where I have taken my methods from, the level of supervision I provide

Personally, I love helping others with their research, whether it’s within the lab, with written work or oral presentations. As a postdoc, the time we spend helping and supervising others is often not recognised officially, but (most of the time) is appreciated!

Our academic achievements tend to be purely judged on scientific output, papers, communications, and grant success – and this dictates how successful we are with future academic applications. Yet, a large part of our role is ensuring PGRs are appropriately trained, informed in health and safety procedures, carry out good laboratory practice, understand their project and that they are supported daily (sometimes hourly…).

The UK Council for Graduate Education (UKCGE)…

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