Registration - 3rd K2 Junior Retreat (2019)

Registration - 3rd K2 Junior Retreat (2019)

Time: November 4-5 2019
Place: Myrkdalen, Voss
Registration deadline (including Abstract submission): October 11 (Friday)

The Department of Clinical Science (K2) welcomes you to participate in the 3rd K2 Junior Retreat for its PhDs and postdocs, an arena for academic and personal development and local networking. K2 covers all costs of the event.

Register below!

Please note:
- We have room for the first 30 who register. - To register you need to fill out the abstract template (download via the link below, copy/paste into browser), fill out, and attach in this form.
- There will be a waiting list for those after 30 in case of cancellations due to illness etc.
- Everyone who participates will present a 2-minute Lightening Talk on a scientific issue of choice (related to your work, but it can be anything from a specific challenge in the lab to an intriguing or unexpected discovery)

This year we will be travelling to the magnificent Myrkdalen, following science speed dating with your colleagues on the train ride to Voss.

We will depart at 08:39 am from Bergen Railroad Station on Monday the 4th of November, and return in Bergen at 15:56 pm on Tuesday the 5th of November.

The main topic of this year's Retreat is constructive approaches to handle workload/time pressure. Download the program via link below ((copy/paste into browser).

We also welcome your suggestions/feedback on the overall theme of this years' retreat, as well as topics that you would like to include in future programs. Also, please let us know if you have a favorite board game that can be played by a group of 5-6 in less than 45 minutes (for the evening social).

We hope to see you at Myrkdalen!

Organizing Committee:
Simon Dankel (Associate Professor)
Piotr Mydel (Associate Professor)
Anagha Joshi (Associate Professor)
Simona Chera (Associate Professor)
Ester Anne Kringeland (PhD candidate)
Elvira García de Jalón Viñegra (PhD candidate)
Cathrine Horn (PhD candidate)

Arvid Skjerve, Clinical psychologist, PhD, mindfulness teacher.