"How to write an article?"
This a unique opportunity for all PhD students, supervisors and academics.
Dear students, supervisors and collegues,
On behalf of Department of Simulation Medicine FM MU we would like to invite you to the lecture "How to write an article?", which will be held by prof. Jos Latour from United Kingdom. The lecture will take place on 25/MAY 7 1:303:30 p.m. room 346 at Simulation Centre FM MU and is addressed to all PhD students, their supervisors and everybody who wants to get tips&trics how to better publish. Prof. Jos Latour is an associate editor of several medical, nursing and psychology prestigious journals and is also head of Ethics Section of European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. The lecture will be given in English. You can register for the lecture on e-mail email@example.com
Jan Maláska on behalf on Department of Simulation Medicine FM MU
How does FM MU fulfil its commitment to employee care and the working environment?
The beginning of the year 2023 at the faculty was, among other things, in the spirit of continuous evaluation of the faculty's HR strategy and its implementation with regard to the activities that were written into the HR Award Action Plan in 2021 and based on which the European Commission awarded FM MU the HR Excellence in Research Award. In April 2023, a self-assessment report and the revised Action Plan were sent to the European Commission. The faculty received feedback on these documents in May.
MUNI DAY 2023 - register for sports and event
Just like last year, the university campus in Brno Bohunice will be dedicated to sports and entertainment in mid-May. However, just as the campus itself is growing, this year the traditional Campus Day is also taking on a new dimension, as it will no longer be reserved for campus representatives only, but for the very first time all faculties of Masaryk University will be involved. It only makes sense that this year we will be playing sports and having fun together under the banner of MUNI Day.
What is your experience with multi-factor authentication?
The Masaryk University Institute of Computer Science primarily targets employees and their experience with multi-factor authentication to make the university's cyber environment as secure as possible. In the future, it is likely that this multi-factor authentication will be mandatory for logging into selected services and systems. Please take about 7 minutes of your time to complete the survey and you can be part of the testing.