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Slovenian Translation of Researcher Mental Health and Well-being Manifesto - Program duševnega zdravja in dobrega počutja raziskovalcev

Gábor Kismihók; Brian Cahill; Stéphanie Gauttier; Janet Metcalfe; Stefan T. Mol; Darragh McCashin; Jana Lasser; Murat Güneş; Mathias Schroijen; Martin Grund; Katia Levecque; Susan Guthrie; Katarzyna Wac; Jesper Dahlgaard; Mohamad Nadim Adi; Christina Kling

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Mateja Erce

Akcija ReMO COST je mreža zainteresiranih strani z vseh ravni raziskovalne skupnosti, ki je pripravila Program o duševnem zdravju in dobrem počutju raziskovalcev, ki poziva k oceni, kako bi lahko z ukrepi in pobudami na ravni politike, institucij, skupnosti in posameznikov najbolje okrepili in ohranili duševno zdravje in dobro počutje raziskovalcev.

 

Ta program poziva vse zainteresirane strani v raziskovalnem ekosistemu, da se vključijo v razvoj politik, ki spremljajo, izboljšujejo in ohranjajo dobro počutje in duševno zdravje v raziskovalnem okolju, določajo obsežnejše kazalnike uspeha in kakovosti, podpirajo ravnovesje med delom in zasebnim življenjem, vključenost in družinam prijazne trajnostne raziskovalne kariere.

V slovenščino prevedla: Mateja Erce - InnoRenew CoE, Izola, Slovenija

This work was performed within the framework of COST Action CA19117 - "Researcher Mental Health" The English Language Version of the Manifesto can be found at: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5559805
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