PhD and Sleep - Online Course

with Dr Maria Gardani

Thursday, 18th November 2021 at 11:00am


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PhD and Sleep

"New Normal", thesis-writing, job-hunting, anxiety, COVID anxiety, social isolation...
There are lots of reasons why, as a research student, you might be experiencing difficulties with either getting to sleep or staying asleep. 

In this session, participants will learn about the science behind sleep, as well as practical strategies for overcoming common problems.

You will be invited to complete a sleep diary for the days leading up to the course: this will be sent out with the email confirming your place. 

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In addition, you might find these resources useful: C. A. Espie, Overcoming Insomnia and Sleep Problems: A Self-help Guide (London, 2010). This is a book with lots of practical tips, available in the University library. The author is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University and a leading sleep researcher at Oxford.

And this is a free resource on sleep, based on the same research.

This session is being offered by Dr Maria Gardani in co-operation with the University of Glasgow's Researcher Development team.

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Starts: Thursday, November 18th 2021 at 11:00am
Ends: 12:00pm

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Timezone: Europe/London
Bookings close: November 18th 2021

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This is an online event. Details for joining will be available in your booking confirmation email.  

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