Webinar next week: How to deal with writer's block: A guide for PhD students

By James Hayton,
January 16, 2019
I'm James, I'm a former physicist (PhD, Nottingham, 2007) and author of "PhD: An Uncommon Guide to Research, Writing & PhD Life".
Since 2010, I've been helping PhD students all over the world overcome barriers in their research and writing
My strategies have helped thousands of PhD students just like you to build confidence, write better and finish on time

What is it?

A free webinar on how to cope with writer's block. Actually, it's about dealing with the many underlying causes of writer's block (because writer's block is a symptom, rather than a condition in itself), but that would be a bit awkward as a title.

When is it?

Tuesday 22nd January at 2 pm UK time. The webinar will last around 90 minutes, including plenty of time for Q&A

What if I can't make it live?

You can register anyway and you'll get a link to the recording

How do I register?

Just click below!

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*if you can't make the live event, you can still register and watch the recording

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