Commentary – the grey area of ‘studying’ for a PhD

Working on a PhD is a strange thing. You get paid to do research, work independently and with others as a team, have a supervisor and management structure, undertake professional development, but are still a ‘student’. I often came across this grey area when travelling during my PhD. Covered by staff insurance but not able …

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Reviewer 2

I can still count the number of reviews I’ve received at this point in my short career – although I admit I had to look up the specific numbers. Reviews associated with manuscripts that were rejected (five manuscripts; ten reviews) and reviews associated with manuscripts that were accepted (three manuscripts; nine reviews). I generally agree …

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