“How to be a good supervisor”
Workshop for PhD supervisors
Principal investigators and PhD supervisors are usually faced with considerable challenges of supervision, especially due to recent changes in PhD qualification and current challenges in remote work. In health sciences, the challenges might be even larger due to clinical responsibilities next to research, teaching, and PhD supervision.
This workshop aims to focus on participant’s everyday challenges of PhD supervision. In practical exercises, participants will exchange their experiences in small groups. Furthermore, the experienced trainer will give information about promising practices of supervision in doctoral education.
After the workshop participants will be aware of:
- Mutual expectations related to supervision and leadership
- Their own strengths and shortcomings as supervisor of a PhD student
- Promising practices in supervising a PhD student
Open for all experienced post-docs up to the professorial level of PPHS and the Medical Faculty of the University of Basel. Max. 10 participants. The workshop is tailored to the needs of the participants in that we consider their respective career stages.
Dr. Beate Scholz – Scholz consulting training and coaching
Beate Scholz works internationally as a trainer and coach at universities and research organizations, among other things focusing on research career development and international research cooperation. Previously, she was in charge of DFG’s research careers unit.
Online via Zoom
Registration by 22 November 2021
The course is full – please register below to be added to the waiting list
6 December 2021, 3:30 – 5:30 pm &
13 December 2021, 3:30 – 6 pm
Online via Zoom