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As a PhD researcher you may find yourself in difficult situations. It’s not always easy to discuss these situations with other people, because it’s private, or confidential, or maybe you feel you should be able to handle these situations yourself…
Event details of PhD Skills | Dealing with Dilemmas - Academic Integrity and Social Safety follow-up
16 April 2024
12:00 -14:30
Organised by
PhD Skills Team

When faced with dilemmas it can be helpful to be able to talk about your concerns with a small group of peers, in a safe environment. In this training you can address issues of Social Safety (undesirable behaviour, e.g. bullying, intimidation, abuse of power, sexual harassment) and Academic Integrity (plagiarism, etc.) with our confidential advisor Academic Integrity and an external confidential advisor on Social Safety.

Course description

We will work with your own cases, questions, and topics that you find important, of course, in a confidential and safe setting. The confidential advisers will see to it that cases will not be traceable to recognizable situations or persons. Participants are asked to respect the confidentiality and privacy of the people you are supporting and learning from.

You can describe your own dilemmas, cases, questions, items in the registration form or otherwise please send yours a week in advance to: In doing so, please avoid using real names, situations, or identifiable details.

The trainers

Luiza Bialasiewicz, Confidential adviser academic integrity

Joanke Visser, External confidential adviser social safety, Consultant bureau Bezemer & Schubad.

Course dates

Tuesday 16 April 12:00 - 14:30 (lunch included)