Advice for young researchers

Good advice for phd students and others pursuing a long career in research. HERE.

“If everyone likes your work, you can be certain that you haven’t done anything important.”

And Matthew Howard’s recommendations for young social work researchers. HERE.

“it is essential that you dedicate yourself to becoming a true expert in a relatively narrow but substantively important practice issue, such that when you leave the program you are fully conversant with the scientific literature in that area.”

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