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For the Love of Science

  I love science.

The act of discovery that takes you on a whirlwind of inquiry and endless explanations.

Scienceˈsʌɪəns/ defined as

“the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment” 284 more words


Chasing tails

Two PhDs still fall short of medicine 

I live in a world surrounded by doctors but I don’t work in a hospital. I am a health services researcher/ epidemiologist but am often asked whether I have a medical degree. 225 more words


Experience is Less a Teacher and More A Lightning Storm.

The above screencap is from the person who ‘created’ Crisis Management Theory; the theory that was the foundation of my Honours Dissertation and provided the expertise I needed to enter into a PhD Program. 665 more words

PhD Progress & Thoughts

An Actual Actual Update

I’ve been putting off writing a new blogpost for ages, and I don’t really know why (I mean, I do know why but you know…) – because I knew I was going to write about it eventually anyways,  but whenever I had some rare spare time, I just didn’t exactly feel like writing about how anxious and dreadful I have been feeling some of the days. 360 more words

Week 49: Paperwork and social

This week, I finished all my tasks relating to the information statements and consent forms for my fieldwork.

One of the research participants suggested I increase the font size of the documents to make them easier to read. 371 more words

PhD Life

A Brief Intermission

So, this week’s blog post may seem like a bit of a cop-out, but normal service shall return next week – I promise! I may have another article to share next week which I can shamelessly plaster here too (lucky devils you). 560 more words


Day 5, 6, 7, and 8

So I completely forgot to blog for the past 4 days…my bad…I had something important come up….it’s called laziness.

I’ve been completing a lot of PhD admin related work. 198 more words