Nurturing wellbeing in academia

November 18, 2021, 14:15 – 15:45


Air&Fire, SciLifeLab Stockholm
Tomtebodavägen 23A
Solna, Sweden
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Nurturing wellbeing in academia

Hybrid Hybrid Event

November 18 @ 14:15 15:45 CET

DEI committee continues series of events “Our community, ourselves” dedicated to raising awareness and improving mental health in Academia. The following event “Nurturing wellbeing in academia” is brought to us by Deborah Rupert and Frida Rångtell, well-being coaches from “Dear Academia”. Dear Academia offers interactive seminars and holistic workshops focused on individual mental wellbeing, burnout prevention, peer-to-peer support and creation of healthy environment in academic settings.

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We are each other’s working environment. Nurturing taking care of ourselves and of each other is one key aspect of cultivating a healthy academic work environment – together with active conscious leadership.

At an interactive webinar where we will explore how to create a human friendly work environment covering how to:

  • Improve your sleep and implement healthy routines
  • Develop strategies to manage your stress and grow resilience
  • Be an ally to cultivate wellbeing at work

Taking care of our mental health is paramount to the individual wellbeing, performance and to a healthy working culture.


Deborah Rupert, PhD

Wellbeing and career coach, Dear Academia

Déborah Rupert is the founder of Dear Academia and is a wellbeing and career coach. She is certified from the International Coaching Federation and holds a PhD in biological physics from Chalmers Technical University, Sweden. She is dedicated to burnout prevention and supporting researchers with mental clarity and career strategy. She is a career coach for researchers in career transition at Trygghetsstiftelsen and the nordic director of Enkindle Global, focusing on burnout prevention for individual change makers and leaders within organisations.

Frida Rångtell, PhD

Sleep and habits educator, Dear Academia

Frida Rångtell has a PhD in sleep and memory from Uppsala University, Sweden. Today she works as a sleep and habits educator, scientific advisor and runs Slumra of Sweden.

Tomtebodavägen 23A
Solna, Sweden
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Last updated: 2021-10-19

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