A PhD course offered by The Graduate Programme in Physical Activity & Musculoskeletal Health
The Summer School is a 3-day course that will help you understand your role and possibilities as a PhD Student and in your future life as PhD. The course combines lectures, workshops and time for social interaction in exploring 3 themes: Mixed Methods, Carrier Pathways, and Research Communication.
Mixed methods will discuss the strength and short-comings of qualitative and quantitative methods and introduce how these methods come together in a mixed method approach. You will learn from examples and have the possibility to reflect on ways that mixed methods might strengthen your field of research.
Carrier Pathways will remind you that life goes on after your PhD defence and make you think about planning your carrier pathway. You will meet people who use their PhDs from IOB in very different positions outside SDU and you will work with your plan for the future.
Research communication is about explaining your work to people who are not familiar with your field. It is about telling a clear story, working with journalists and being prepared for your role as an expert in media. All of it with practical exercises.
Participants will be familiar with mixed methods and understand how they might have a role in mixed methods projects. They will reflect on and start planning their carrier pathway post-PhD, and they will have skills in communicating their research to a non-scientific audience.
Venue: Svanninge Bjerge Forskningsstation
Course director: Associate professor Alice Kongsted
Rebecca Stanley, Associate Research Fellow at University of Wollongong, Australia
Mette Krogh Kristensen, Associate Professor, Center for Health Sciences Education, Aarhus University
Søren Schultz Jørgensen, Journalist and company owner, Kontrabande, Copenhagen
Niels Ørtenblad, Professor, Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, SDU
Jørn Hansen, Professor, Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, SDU
Lars Elbæk, Associate Professor, Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, SDU
Free of charge for PhD students from the Faculty of Health Science, University of Southern Denmark (SDU).
DKK 2000,- for PhD students from other Danish Universities that have joined the "Open market agreement". .
DKK 7207,- for other participants.