YES! That's exactly it: netECR is organising its first ever e-Conference! And the good news is that the event will be free and open to anyone! 🙂 More information to come, but for now don't forget to put it down in your diary: Friday, 27th November 2020! Follow us on Twitter for updates and more… Continue reading netECR e-Conference 2020
Longer nights are drawing in, city centres are twinkling with holiday lights and faculty are donning winter jumpers: winter is firmly on its way and Christmas is just around the corner (…and we are writing from the northern hemisphere!). With the winter break fast approaching, and netECR members preparing for a well-deserved holiday, we thought… Continue reading A Year in Review: netECR 2019
By Hilary Causer I arrived in Glasgow with rain lashing against the windows of the train, a familiar knot of worry in my chest and google maps open on my phone. This was my first visit to the city and my first EMCRF. It offered the opportunity to meet a whole host of people who… Continue reading Reflections on the 4th Early and Mid-Career Researchers’ Forum, Glasgow, 2019
When launched in September 2017, one of the main aims of netECR was to encourage networking and collaboration between PhDs/ECRs in suicide and self-harm research internationally. Today, the community is comprised of ECRs from many different labs and institutions across the globe. To strengthen the connections made online, and provide an opportunity for others to… Continue reading 2nd netECR Brunch
Mince pies are being eaten, research group meals are underway and School Christmas Jumper photos are hitting social media. This can mean just one thing: the holidays are nearly upon us! With the year drawing to an end, we thought it is the perfect time to review the feedback from the netECR survey. Thank you… Continue reading A Year in Review: netECR 2018
Professor Heidi Hjelmeland currently works at the Department of Mental Health, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. What are your research interests? They have changed quite a lot over the years. I started off my career as a mainstream quantitative, risk factor researcher but realised quickly that this won’t get me far in terms of… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Heidi Hjelmeland
When launched in September 2017, one of the main aims of NetECR was to encourage networking and collaboration between PhDs/ECRs in suicide and self-harm research internationally. Today, the community is comprised of ECRs from several different labs and institutions across the globe. To strengthen the connections made online, and provide an opportunity for others to… Continue reading NetECR Brunch
One month ago – World Suicide Prevention Day 2017, we launched the International Network of Early Career Researchers in Suicide and Self-harm website – NetECR! Since then, we have been delighted with the response and support of ECRs in our field, as well as that shown by senior academics, institutions and charities from different parts… Continue reading One month of NetECR!