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Time management in science: how to stop procrastinating and get the things done


The aim of this workshop is to give participants the tools and skills required to organise and prioritise more effectively depending on their rhythm and needs.






This course will address three main aspects:

  1. Understanding poor time management and the consequences for work performance

  2. The barriers we face in time management

  3. Give the skills, tips and tools to improve, giving participants a take home personal action plan that will not only improve work performance but also help to reduce feelings of stress and being overwhelmed.

Please note the course consists of several sessions, and you should be able to attend all of them.

Study commitment

In preparation for the workshop participants will have to complete a questionnaire regarding specific time management issues and problems.

Other relevant information

For any issue regarding attendance before or during the course, please note that you should contact the Intervals team directly by sending an email to

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Stress management for science professionals

Mindfulness - a taster for biomedical professionals



Comments from participants

Finished editions
  • 2024 Edition 1, Trimester 1: March, IN-PERSON : 12/03/2024
  • 2023 Edition 1, Trimester 2: July, IN-PERSON : 03/07/2023


Roni Wright
Roni Wright

Roni Wright is an experienced postdoc, teacher and trainer, providing university classes and courses for scientists on oral presentation skills and time management.