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Supporting postgraduate researchers: video transcripts

The transcripts of videos in which Rosie Tressler OBE and Ben Marshall talk about the importance of support for postgraduate research students.

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The role of the supervisor in postgraduate researcher mental health: video transcript and visuals (PDF)

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The importance of supporting the mental health of postgraduate researchers: video transcript and visuals (PDF)

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Details

These documents share the scripts and visuals used in videos created by Nucco Brain for Research England and the Office for Students. The two videos are entitled:

  • the role of the supervisor in postgraduate researcher mental health
  • the importance of supporting the mental health of postgraduate researchers.

In the transcript for the video ‘The role of the supervisor in postgraduate researcher mental health’, Rosie Tressler talks about why it is important to support the wellbeing and mental health of postgraduate research students.

In the transcript for the video ‘The importance of supporting the mental health of postgraduate researchers’, Ben Marshall talks about the role supervisors play in supporting the students in their care.

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