Writing a kappa – organising and telling your own story
This is a full-time activity with three days of seminar and two days of individual work. Certificate of participation is given only to those who take part in all seminar days and do the work between those days.
To be eligible for the seminar you need to have completed your half time seminar, be close to your doctoral defence or to apply for it and half of the publications to be included in your thesis has been accepted.
Have in mind that the kappa is not merely a “repetition” of what has already been written in your articles, but also a perspective to it. It should also show your capacity to write about your research work in the scientific context that it belongs to – introducing, presenting, and discussing it.
Professor Lucie Laflamme, Department of Public Health Sciences
How to apply to the seminar
Please note that the application period may be closed in advance, since applicants’ eligibility is assessed continuously. Registration closes when we have reached the maximum number of participants.