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Academic research can be a hard and difficult road. This page contains resources and other professionals which I have found useful and supportive.
If there is a page or service that you think should be included, please contact me. It is important to note that I do not charge money for anyone to advertise on this page, but this also means that I do not promote everyone who sends a request. I carefully curate these resources to make sure I am directing clients to reputable sources and suppliers.
I visit other universities and do workshops for researchers of all ages and stages. Below is a list of workshops and lectures I can do live, via Zoom or Teams. You can see more of my teaching materials and offerings on my Competitive Advantage page.
This short workshop series is designed to help new academic writers become outstanding and persuasive scholarly communicators. Each of the workshops in the list below runs for one hour online. Each session can be run separately, or stacked together into a one or two-day intensive workshop:
Each workshop module goes for one hour and the number of participants is only limited by your Zoom or Teams capacity. I’ve delivered these to 60+ people at one time, so I do not limit the number of participants, but the more people that you have, the less personal attention I can give.
Participants should have their own internet-enabled device and copies of their work in progress (if applicable).
I have also produced a Lean in Healthcare training series with various tips and techniques for both the medical and research audiences. This workshop series contains 22+ hours of curated workshops and one-on-one training with directors, managers and team leaders in the healthcare setting. My goal is to keep Lean simple and give your staff tools to streamline their daily work and coach a problem-solving army. You can learn more about my approach to Leader Standard Work on my iDoGrants Blog.
October 03, 2022
Indirect costs represent the expenses of doing research that are not readily identified with a specific activity but are necessary to the general operation of the project. To be blunt, indirect costs are anything that is not a direct cost, such as: heat, light, or accounting. In general, indirect costs are calculated as a percentage […]