On Friday the 17th April at 11am-12pm UK time it’s time for the monthly #PhDClinic Twitter Chat.
I’m inviting you to take part.
It’s your opportunity to get free advice on any aspect of the PhD writing process. Not sure how to structuring your thesis? Not sure what the differences is between a lit review and theory framework? Want tips on how to write more convincingly? This is your chance to get expert help.
The concept is simple: using the hashtag #PhDclinic, you submit questions you have about the PhD journey, including things like structuring chapters, dealing with stress/anxiety, and navigating other aspects of the PhD journey. You then get tailored, expert advice.
If you need a second opinion, are stuck on a problem, or just have a question you’re dying to know the answer to, this is your chance to get expert advice.
To take part, follow @phdproofreaders on Twitter and then ask your questions, being sure to include #PhDclinic somewhere in the tweet.
Then, log in between 11am and 12pm UK time on Friday, monitor the #PhDclinic hashtag and take part in the discussion.
I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible.