Coping With Stress

Please see below for details on this session. Please fill in your details and submit the booking form below to register for a place on this session. A calendar invite will be sent to you to confirm your place. If you are unable to attend, please do email, so that your place can be allocated to someone else.

Session Overview

Looks at the sources of stress faced by researchers. You will be introduced to some tools and techniques that you can use to prevent stress, mediate its impact, and overcome its effects.

Delegates will learn to:

  • be able to define stress in their own words, as it applies to everyday contexts;
  • have reflected on their experience of stress;
  • have developed an understanding of their vulnerabilities to stress along with their commensurate triggers;
  • be developed some tools and techniques for dealing with stress as it applies to them;
  • be able to apply some tools and techniques in their stressful environments.
Aimed At

Early Career Researchers, Post Docs, Research Staff

* Postgraduate Researchers are eligible to attend but must book through



Martin Coffey delivers careers and employability provision to postgraduate research students across the three colleges of the University, working from college-specific employability strategies. Provision includes a PhD internship programme and career and enterprise skills training, both face-to-face and online. He facilitates sector-specific employer events and one-to-one career consultations. Provision extends to University staff as and when required.


Thursday 2 April 2.00pm - 5.00pm (Webinar)

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