字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Amy - I think my main challenge over the three years will be the organisation of running a complete clinical trial and completing this within the three years. I think, even to date, I appreciate that time management is key. There are so many people to coordinate with that working flexibly has been a new challenge, something I've learnt over the past few months. Lis - I think yeah, I agree, time is the biggest challenge for me really, but wider than just the study itself, I think, because I do some taught courses in the School and I also do a little bit of paid work and I've got two children. Balancing all of that whilst doing the full time PhD is quite a challenge! The courses are all distance learning, so at least that's really flexible and I can log on and do my work when the children have gone to bed or in the middle of a sleepless night, so that's really good. I do think balancing all that is the biggest issue for me. Rachel - I think my main challenge, certainly in the first few weeks, but probably in the first few months of starting my PhD was just the feeling that you were in over your heard a little bit and that maybe you weren't clever enough to be doing this because there's all these people around you who talk in this language and you don't really get it. I know speaking to some of my friends and you guys all nodding as well, it's something that we all go through; we all have days where we go, 'oh my gosh, what am I doing?' You have to remember that what you're doing is completely unique, it's new, that's what makes it exciting and a few months in you're totally immersed in it for that time, everyone around you are is all involved too and now it's like second nature to me, I'm speaking the lingo! I know what I'm doing at last. Darel - Similarly, mine is probably taking the good with the bad, so on days where my experiments don't go right and I don't get the results I want, not to be completely demoralised and to just go in the next day and start again, to just plough on with it and to not get disheartened or really upset about it or that sort of thing.