Research in a time of crisis: staying on track despite drought, fires and a global health crisis
Catherine Stephen PhD candidate, School of Nursing, University of Wollongong, Australia
After a candidature hit by climate disaster and COVID-19, a nurse academic shares her journey
Students start a PhD with a certain perception of the rigorous nature of this scholarly challenge. Those entering with previous research training experience have an inkling of the cerebral, financial and emotional challenges ahead.
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