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This is a follow up session for people who have previously attended 'Writing a Transfer Report' and have a detailed outline prepared.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This workshop follows Writing a Transfer Report and can be attended at any point after Writing a Transfer Report. We also encourage you to attend Transfer of Status before attending this follow-up. 

This session is a chance to go over concepts covered in Writing a Transfer Report (covering anything within planning, writing, and revising), and discuss challenges you are facing in applying them to your own project and writing practice. We will use a mix of whole-group Q&A and discussion in pairs. Each participant will also have some time with the facilitator. Any remaining time can be used to work on your transfer report.

This follow-on is not suitable for those who have not started work on their transfer report. At minimum, you should have a detailed outline prepared. This follow-on is also not suitable for discussing transfer of status viva preparation issues.

If you want to apply for this follow up session, please email courses@medsci.ox.ac.uk to register your interest and provide the date on which you originally attended 'Writing a Transfer Report'.

COURSE PREPARATION

Please send in specific queries and issues that you would like to discuss. Bring along your document in progress, highlighting areas that you would like to focus on.

 

COURSE FORMAT

  • Short lecture and Q&A covering questions sent in by participants
  • Concurrently:

- Peer feedback in pairs

- Individual discussion time with the facilitator (~5 minutes each)

- Time to work on your transfer report

 

COURSE LENGTH

2.5 hours

 

COURSE FREQUENCY

Once a term

 

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

20