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Title: Deeply digital in shallow times: Writing communities in the shadow of the pandemic
Authors: Brabazon, Tara;Armstrong, Eliza;Baker, Nicky;Batchelor, Samantha ;Brose, Julie;Carpenter-Mew, Rebecca;Collett, Maive Jackson;Cooper, Amanda;Ganzer, Sharon
Affliation: Central Coast Local Health District
Issue Date: 2021
Source: 8(4),230-253
Journal title: International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies
Department: Health Promotion
Abstract: Recent studies have confirmed profound mental health concerns within PhD student cohorts. Phrases like ‘imposter syndrome’ pepper student narratives of their candidature. This article explores one intervention in this tale of mental health concerns, attrition and disappointment. Exploring a born-digital writing community termed the Write Bunch, we investigate how communities can be formed that enable support and success, compassion and excellence. This study is particularly noteworthy because the interruptions of COVID-19 were managed through already existing support structures.
Publicaton type: Journal Article
Keywords: Mental Health
Appears in Collections:Public Health / Health Promotion

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