Firstly, I am so deeply touched and honoured by someone reading my work, let along writing a blog about the importance of it. As a new researcher and someone who is trying to tell these stories to show the impact on each generation, just knowing […]
A story of plagurism
I’ve been heavily focused on my work recently and really considered the advice someone gave me – consider the benefit to your career, vs the energy. Sometimes unpaid work is more beneficial to you than something paid that doesn’t contribute long term. Inger Mewburn Speaking […]
I’m really excited about the opportunities that have come my way this last week – a current study on the psychological needs of people with haemophilia affected by the contaminated blood scandal meant I got to meet with some really amazing researchers whose interests meshed […]
I’ve been blogging about my sewing journey but now a lot of my time is taken up with my academic life; I have started a PhD with a focus on inherited traumas and autoethnography.