Hosted by the Social and Administrative Sciences Section and COF Junior Faculty
When it comes to academic writing, we are often laser-focused on productivity and getting to a finished product. We view academic writing through a logical and scientific lens, while simultaneously ignoring and dismissing our emotional responses during our writing time. These emotional responses might present as writer’s block, anxiety, fear of criticism, or a perpetual cycle of rewriting. This webinar will focus on how we can use our emotional responses to become more self-aware, happier, and reflective writers.
- Describe why addressing the emotional responses of writing are critical to becoming a happier writer.
- Discuss evidence-based strategies to equip and empower participants to reflect and use their emotional responses to writing.
- Explore resources for writers to continue on a path to happier writing.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences
High Point University School of Pharmacy
Director, Wulling Center for Innovation & Scholarship in Pharmacy Education
Professor of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems
Associate Dean of Assessment & Quality
University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy
Professor of Pharmacy Administration
Midwestern University College of Pharmacy