20 October 2021

Do you feel a lot of work pressure or anxiety? Do you feel overwhelmed and not on top of your PhD? According to recent research 36% of PhD graduates sought help for anxiety-related feelings.

In order to support you, RIMLS is offering a safe space environment in which you can discuss with other PhDs about how to handle these feelings and stay in the lead of your PhD.

Sign up to learn from your peers, grow and connect together with your colleagues as a peer or as a facilitator (and get professional training). Confidentiality is guaranteed. 

We are eagerly waiting for you to join us!
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Tuesday 7 December 2021, 17:00 – 19:00 hrs


De Pont A, 8th floor, RIMLS Research Tower

Registration (required)

Apply before 16 November 2021 by sending a mail to: rimls.graduateschool@radboudumc.nl



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