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Refocus Research programme launched along with further support during Covid-19 disruption

Al Innes, Research Development Officer, highlights the work we are doing with the Institute of Academic Development to provide bespoke support for researchers impacted by Covid-19 support.

Note – this blog has been updated on 11/02/21

The Institute of Academic Development is leading on a programme of support for academics affected by Covid-19 disruption.  Refocus Research, Thinking Ahead and Women of Colour in Research Leadership will all provide bespoke training for academic staff at the University of Edinburgh.

This programme will begin with the Refocus Research programme aimed at Mid-Career academics, beginning in April 2021.

The deadline for applications is Monday 22 February.

Jo Hunter, Programme Director, explains more in this video (University of Edinburgh Staff access only).

For full details of the programme – including deadlines and details of how to apply for all courses on the programme – you can read Head of Researcher Development, Dr Sara Shinton’s, blog on the topic over on IAD4Reseachers.

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