Dear members of the ESMAC community,
We would like to invite you all to the first ECN webinar in 2023 for a good start of the new year. We have invited two speakers and would like to discuss with them and all of you the following topic:
ECN webinar 2:
Mastering the logistical challenges of international research collaborations
On Feb 9th, 3.00 pm CET time
Starting new collaborations is very exciting, but can soon became daunting. Our invited speakers will present their view and experiences on the challenges that come with projects that involve different institutions, sometime spread across countries. How can we establish international networks, share the data between institutions, and form a good meeting structure? Our speakers will share their tips to achieve a good collaborative dataset and a fruitful exchange.
Invited speakers will be Prof. Dr. Ann-Christin Eliasson, occupational therapist at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and expert in the field of children with neurodevelopmental disorders, and Prof. Dr. Clemens Becker, internist and geriatric specialist at the University Heidelberg and expert in the field of fall prevention for older adults. After they each share their experiences for half an hour, we will have a general discussion where we are interested in everyone’s experiences and tips, and have room for further discussion with our panellists.
When? 9th of February 2023 CET 3.00 – 4.30 pm
(time window changes between webinars to include different working hours)
Where? (online) With a link, which you will either receive over the ECN mailing list or you can find it on our Slack platform (see “How to get involved?”)
Who is invited? PhDstudents, Post-Docs, and everyone interested in this topic
If you are interested in joining our organizing committee, have questions or suggestions, please contacts us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward at welcoming you into the ECN and onto the ECN platform!
On behalf of the ECN committee,
Lizeth Sloot, Josefine Naili, Thomas Gerhardy
Check out the recordings in the Member Area!