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Nick Hopwood
Agency, Learning at work, parenting support, child feeding, activity theory, practice theory, Vygotsky, PhD stuff. All views my own. He/him 🌈🏳️‍🌈 🎩MD DPhil
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Nick Hopwood Oct 29
Have you ever been in academia? Journal article? research grant? job? If so, you're in good company at our chat on Monday 9 Nov 9am GMT, 8pm AEDT. How to avoid rejection, how to cope with it, and why it is nothing to be ashamed of!
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Nick Hopwood Oct 20
From the SUCCEED tube-feeding research team - how to cook perfect dumplings! If you love this, show your love back by donating to our public awareness fundraising here
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Nick Hopwood Oct 20
Replying to @UTSSocialImpact
Let’s start by allowing our international postgrad students leave of absence when they or their family members are sick. I’m told other unis manage it. Surely we can.
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Social Justice UTS Oct 19
Many temporary visa holders have described feeling like ‘aliens who do not belong here’ and ‘cash-cows’ during the COVID-19 crisis. It's time we treated these individuals with respect, and appreciate the wonderful contributions they make to Australia.
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Nick Hopwood Oct 16
Replying to @Gawaian77
I reviewed a paper that has ‘Indigenous parent’ as a health outcome. Wasn’t clear but the implication was that this should be reduced because it was part of a list of risks to children. I remain gobsmacked.
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Nick Hopwood Oct 14
Working with researchers this morning on what makes a good interview... here's some of their remarkable insights
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Nick Hopwood Oct 11
Taso du Val writes in that strong organisations aren't built through micromanagement or surveillance, but on a foundation of trust. leaders, please take note. U-turn urgently needed.
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Nick Hopwood Oct 8
Do something amazing today! Help our collaboration with families of children who tube-feed. Donate, retweet, tell your friends, family and colleagues. This 3 min video tells you everything you need to know.
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💧Peter Goodyear Oct 1
What editor let that through the net?! # Journals that insist on authors anonymising their own work should NEVER be letting review errors like this occur.
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Nick Hopwood Oct 2
All the best researchers have had back to back rejections. And worse!
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Nick Hopwood Sep 23
Today I had the privilege of working with arts and social sciences students, exploring the role of place in research: we walked, and shared fragments, objects, ghosts and trajectories (inspired by !)
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Nick Hopwood Sep 23
Replying to @Corrazzio
That sounds horribly familiar!
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Nick Hopwood Sep 22
Two more to report! A major grant application... and an article (a very speedy 24 hour rejection which was nice!) As predicted, lots of printing to do to expand my when I get back into the office!
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Nick Hopwood Sep 20
Yup. When excessive workload is mentioned we tend to be framed as the problem. Or the issue is just ignored. Or both. Common response atm: book in to see a counsellor.
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Nick Hopwood Sep 18
Thank you to our original funded for the study that has led to this campaign for kids who - we want to show that joy, play and connection are still possible :-)
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Nick Hopwood Sep 18
Replying to @YijieWang94 @PhDVoice
Welcome to the club! My most recent paper was rejected twice elsewhere on the way. It changed too - getting better each time thanks to the reviewers.
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Nick Hopwood Sep 17
I am lost for words, even feelings. The double standards, the callousness... while the lucky ones who keep their HE jobs are staring down a different abyss
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Nick Hopwood Sep 16
Perhaps they could Kondo the T&L bureaucracy...
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Nick Hopwood Sep 10
Find out what matters to parents of children who tube feed, and the amazing MacGyver-like strategies families use to overcome barriers to social participation and connection.
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Nick Hopwood Sep 8
Please RT! Check out this blog post on the SUCCEED study: we've listened to families of kids of tube feed and now we are working with them to make a difference in the world!
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