Presentation of initial findings from Covid-19 survey

Presentation of initial findings from Covid-19 survey

Below you will find some of the initial findings from the recent survey of doctoral researchers and research staff into the impact of Covid-19 restrictions on their working lives. Slide1-Smarten-survey-presentation

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Further information

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Dr Nicola Byrom, SMaRteN Director


Notes to editors

About SMaRteN

The UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funded Student Mental Health Research Network (SMaRteN) is working to support and encourage better research into student mental health. SMaRteN is based at Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neurosciences at King’s College London.

About Vitae

Vitae and its membership programme are managed by the Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited, an independent registered charity.

Vitae is the global leader in supporting the professional development of researchers, experienced in working with institutions as they strive for research excellence, innovation and impact.

Vitae is a non-profit programme with nearly 50 years' experience in enhancing the skills and careers of researchers. We strengthen our members' institutional provision for the professional development of their researchers through research and innovation, training and resources, events, consultancy and membership

CRAC provides research intelligence and innovation for all those who support career development for people of all ages and in all sectors. We work in partnership with government agencies, education organisations and providers and employers and professional bodies.

CRAC is a registered charity No 313164 established in 1964.

About UK Research and Innovation

UK Research and Innovation works in partnership with universities, research organisations, businesses, charities, and government to create the best possible environment for research and innovation to flourish. It aims to maximise the contribution of each of our component parts, working individually and collectively. It works with many partners to benefit everyone through knowledge, talent and ideas.

Now the UK has left the European Union, UKRI continues to support the research and innovation communities with information and updates on access to grants and mobility.

Operating across the whole of the UK with a combined budget of more than £7 billion, UK Research and Innovation brings together the seven research councils, Innovate UK and Research England