Skip to 0 minutes and 4 secondsDRAGANA MLADENOVIC: Well, when it comes to reviewing your project, I think it is crucial to seek somebody else's opinion. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 10 secondsLIZ CLUETT: You really need somebody that has a fresh eyes approach - somebody who looks at it who hasn't been on the journey with you. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 17 secondsJON COPLEY: Sometimes you can get very, very close to the subject, and sometimes you need to step back and see the bigger picture and where everything fits in. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 25 secondsDRAGANA MLADENOVIC: Talk to your peers. Talk to people who are doing similar things. Sometimes it helps to talk to people who are not in the field at all. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 31 secondsWILL JENNINGS: And then, once I've done my analysis, I write that up. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 35 secondsJON COPLEY: Then you come back to it with a fresh perspective, and that really helps you re-evaluate what it all means. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 41 secondsWILL JENNINGS: And I obviously interact with my co-authors, but I like to kind of write as I go. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 46 secondsDRAGANA MLADENOVIC: I'm one of those people who collect all the information, and do the reading, and make notes. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 53 secondsLIZ CLUETT: The way I manage it is to write ideas down right from the start. DR.
Skip to 0 minutes and 57 secondsJON COPLEY: In a way, that also helps me direct my research, because I know that I've got to cover these areas. DR.
Skip to 1 minute and 3 secondsLIZ CLUETT: Because it's really important if you're going to publish. Otherwise, what's the point of doing the research? We need to publish to make a difference to the world that we live in.
Top tips: writing up your research project
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