"staying connected" blog posts
Pathfinder: Adventures in researcher land - 3rd edition
Dr Angela Midgley introduces the third edition of the researcher development newsletter.
Posted on: 1 September 2022
How to conduct effective focus groups in an online environment
Small focus groups can be an effective way of gaining knowledge and understanding opinions on a specific topic in a short amount of time. The Research Staff Association (RSA) recently conducted a focus group to assess the awareness and access to HR policies and the employee assistance programme at Liverpool. We have hosted several focus groups online since the pandemic and here are some tips and lessons learnt from our experience!
Posted on: 16 August 2022
New opportunities and support for clinical research staff
I am a pain physiotherapist and although I love my clinical work, I have always been keen to explore research that better supports the patients I see and the quality of care we can deliver.
Posted on: 17 February 2022
Pathfinder: Adventures in researcher land - 2nd edition
Dr Angela Midgley introduces the second edition of the researcher development newsletter.
Posted on: 3 December 2021
Three secrets of successful research collaborations
Research collaboration in today’s cross-disciplinary world could involve any number of people from any number of disciplines and sometimes include several organisations.
Posted on: 9 September 2021
How to be a resilient researcher
Here are some of my top tips on how to thrive as a researcher under difficult circumstances.
Posted on: 23 August 2021
Pathfinder: Adventures in researcher land
Dr Angela Midgley launches the researcher development newsletter, exploring and celebrating our diverse researcher communities.
Posted on: 8 March 2021
Making time for writing
Dr Eli Saetnan talks about how researchers can make time for writing.
Posted on: 9 October 2020