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DSM postgraduate community

Facebook group

A closed group for DSM's postgraduate students to support each other through the ups and downs of the research journey. This forum will be used to organise writing groups, share useful resources and organise events.
This is a safe space for discussion, problem solving and venting without dissemination into the wider DSM network, so membership is limited to current postgraduates only.

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Bimonthly breakfasts for DSM postgrads

This is an great opportunity to meet students from other departments within the Dunedin School of Medicine and start your Friday with a good breakfast.

  • 2019 Dates:
    • 29 July
    • 30 September
    • 29 November
  • Time: 8 – 9am
  • Location: Octagonal Room

Contact Angie Greenman for more information: acgreenma@gmail.com

Writing group

A weekly group open to all DSM students, no matter what stage of their postgrad experience. This writing group was created to help create/maintain a writing habit and schedule and to provide a quiet and supportive place to write.

  • Dates: Fridays, 9am – 12pm
  • Location: 55 Hanover St, Department of General Practice and Rural Health, small meeting room near reception

Contact Ciara Lee for more information: ciara.lee@postgrad.otago.ac.nz

Qualitative research group

Exploring qualitative research from all angles from theory to publication. Come join this friendly and research active group of students and staff to share your experiences and discuss your work.

  • When: Meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month
  • Time: 11:00 – 12:30pm
  • Where: 55 Hanover St, Department of General Practice and Rural Health, shared meeting room
  • Zoom address: https://otago.zoom.us/j/5112611320

Contact Chrys Jaye for more information: chrystal.jaye@otago.ac.nz

Writing workshop

A hands-on workshop created to help postgraduate students minimize procrastination, give and receive feedback and learn how to write a great abstract. Dr Tracy Rogers from the HEDC will help guide us through these writing activities.

  • Date: 29 November 2019
  • Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: Octagonal Room, Level 1 of Hospital
  • Click here to RVSP

Do you have any Questions? If so contact Angie at acgreenma@gmail.com

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