Research in a time of crisis: staying on track despite drought, fires and a global health crisis
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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.

Nurse Researcher. 28, 3, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/nr.28.3.6.s2

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