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acmedsci published this video item, entitled “Time management during COVID | Conor Scott” – below is their description.
“I’ve actually spent more time of my PhD in the pandemic than out of it.”
Conor is a second year PhD student at the University of York. In this video he shares his tips on how he manages his time and work-life balance during the COVID-19 pandemic, from planning ahead to objective-based goals, in order to avoid the trap of saying: “Okay, I’ll just work for longer.”
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