Using AI in Doctoral Education to Enhance Mental Health and Career Management Skills in Academia
The conference aims to bridge the gap between context-specific insights for the academic environment and general insights on workplace wellbeing and mental health. We will focus on particular on innovations and tools to promote wellbeing and sustainable career development in academia, showcasing the results obtained from two projects: the “Researcher Mental Health Observatory” (ReMO) COST Action, and the “Online, open learning recommendations and mentoring towards Sustainable research CAReers” (OSCAR) Erasmus Plus project.
The ReMO COST Action focuses on the impact of institutional context, organisational structure and culture, as well as managerial practices on wellbeing and mental health within academia. The OSCAR project on the other hand offers a personalised training and online mentoring service for researchers to support their career management, mental health awareness and wider professional skills development.
The conference will provide a platform for stakeholders from academia, policy, as well as mental health and career development professionals to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and collaborate towards developing effective and efficient prevention and action programmes for improving our academic working environment.
3rd July – Monday
9:30-10:00: Registration and Welcome
• Opening Remarks
• Keynote Speech: The importance of promoting wellbeing and sustainable career development in academia.
• ReMO: Insights and innovations on promoting wellbeing and mental health in academia.
Panel discussion and Q&A with experts in the field.
11:30-11:45: Coffee Break
11:45-13:00: Best practices in doctoral training and how to integrate digital learning solutions in academia: perspectives from researchers, institutions and policy makers.
13:00-14:00: Lunch Break
• Introduction to eDoer: Showcasing the possibilities offered by learning recommender systems
• Lessons learned – input from all OSCAR partners. Personalised training and online mentoring for career management and mental health awareness skills development.
15:30-15:45: Coffee Break
• AI-driven learning recommendations and online mentoring to support sustainable researcher careers. Panel discussion and Q&A with researchers and stakeholders.
• Reflections on the way forward for promoting wellbeing and sustainable career development in academia.
• Closing remarks
17:00-18:00: Networking Reception
4th July – Tuesday
Detailed programme will be shared soon.
The conference is planned as a hybrid event with free online participation and in-person attendance
at La Tricoterie in Brussels, Belgium.
Rue Théodore Verhaegen 158
For further information on La Tricoterie visit https://www.tricoterie.be/fr/
3rd July – in person, 3rd July – online